Lindesnes Havhotel (SeaHotel) is a place where the weather, the food, the recreation and the service provides you an experience of something truly unique, a place you want tocome back to. The area has wild and beautiful archipelago and surroundings with white painted traditional houses, a place where you can stress down and enjoy.
The hotel has 154 spacious and large rooms of which 77 are apartments as well as 9 rooms specially adapted for disabled guests. The rooms are decorated in light, delicate colours that reflect maritime environment surrounding the hotel.
The hotel has a hairdresser, spa and wellness centre with a gymnasium and two outdoor volleyball courts. There are many types of water sport activities: rafting, scuba diving, sport fishing, water and beach sports. The surroundings make the place into something quite unique and you will thrive no matter what kind of weather you get.
There is a fishing station opposite the hotel called Båly Fiskemottak. The product is absolutely world class and is often served at the restaurant.
For the businesses, there are large and modern conference facilities, boardrooms, and auditoriums for groups of up to 200 people. Wireless internet, projector and other audio-visual equipment can be found in all meeting rooms.
Lindesnes Lighthouse and the southernmost point of Norway are located 10 kilometres from the hotel. This is a must see when you visit this area where you can also meet the last remaining lighthouse keepers in all of Norway!
By car or bus it is only one hour from Kristiansand and 2.5 hours from Stavanger.
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The Lindesnes Havhotell is located on the southern coastline in Båly Spangereid , which is in the Lindesnes region not far from Lindesnes Lighthouse.
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