photo: Soizic Watrin


Open season is usually from end of June to early September

Ipiutaq guest farm was created in 2007 and since then, the family Devisme-Poulsen has been working to develop and improve the farm and the facilities, and to create new offers for their guests. 
Ina, Agathe and Kalista started living at the place without toilet, with cold water and a connection to the world through the radio.
And over the years, progressively, they have been happy to offer their guests true toilets, hot water, new bathroom and access to the Internet.
Whatever the level of comfort, their goal has always been to offer their guests a very personal and warm welcome, good food and tell them stories.



photo: Karl Saint-Ellier

On the 9th of December 2019, Agathe Devisme and Kalista Poulsen sold their farm and sheep to Chris Papis, a Greenlandic farmer.


Since the 15th of April 2021, the guesthouse and Ipiutaq guest farm´s tourist activities have been taken over by Ipiutaq Arctic Char Sanctuary, an international firm based in Greenland.


Ipiutaq Arctic Char Sanctuary and Ipiutaq guest farm will be developed on the same line, welcoming guests from all over the world who wish to enjoy a sumptuous remote nature.


See a press article about the sale.


Do not hesitate to contact us for further information.


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