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 Guldholmen Lighthouse

Guldholmen Lighthouse is a coastal lighthouse in the municipality of Moss. The lighthouse is located in the outer Oslofjord, off the island Jeløya. Built in 1894 and automated one hundred years later in 1984, the lighthouse is attached to one end of the lightkeeper´s house. The original lighthouse is retired and a new automated tower stands immediately in front of it.

Guldholmen is owned and managed by Stifetlsen Gamle Guldhlomen Fyr (Old Guldholmen Lighthouse Association) while the islet itself belongs to Moss municipality. The main house and the barn must be rented together. Altogether there are 28 beds in these two. The main house has 18 beds. There is no harbor on Guldholmen, only landing for boats. Tenants have access to the boathouse.


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