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Marifjøra

Tørvis Hotel

Tørvis Hotel Photo: Arne N. Simonsen
Tørvis Hotel Photo: Arne N. Simonsen
Tørvis Hotel Photo: Bjørn Bergum
Tørvis Hotel Photo: Arne N. Simonsen
Tørvis Hotel
Tørvis Hotel Photo: Arne N. Simonsen
Tørvis Hotel Photo: Arne N. Simonsen

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  • Restaurant
  • Bar

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Description

Tørvis is a quality hotel with the facade facing towards the gorgeous Lustrafjorden. With prepped ski slopes nearby, glaciers a stone throw away and spectacular nature on all sides Tørvis is a particularly good location for open-air activities. Short travelled and fresh produce, fine wines and a rich atmosphere allow us to provide you with exceptional culinary experiences.


What used to be Marifjøra’s old convenience store has been renovated with historical details and now serves as a café and bar. The café is a great place for hotel guests and locals to get a nice cup of coffee and a delightful lunch.

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Transportation


Aeroplane Oslo - Sogndal 40 min Bus The bus connections to the hotell are very good.

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Credit cards

    • credit cards accepted
  • General facilities

    • bar
    • wireless Internet
    • café
    • garden
    • on-street parking
    • restaurant
    • outdoor parking - free
  • Activities

    • fishing possibilities
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Food and drinks

    • breakfast
  • Hire

    • kayak
    • bicycles

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Tørvis Hotel

Tørvis is a quality hotel with the facade facing towards the gorgeous Lustrafjorden. With prepped ski slopes nearby, glaciers a stone throw away and...

Tørvis Hotel

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