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The residence leads you on a journey back to the 1800, where you are served homemade food in an evocative atmosphere. Experience a comfortable night in the wrought iron bed that in years long gone by was occupied by the rich English "Salmon Lords". Only to be woken refreshed when maid Alma arrives to empty the chamber pot at the cockcrow.

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  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners
  • Restaurants Restaurants

Facilities

  • Food and drinks

    • Norwegian cuisine
    • daily special
    • lunch
    • traditional home fare
    • local dishes
    • dinner
  • Licensed premises

    • beer and wine
  • Atmosphere

    • nostalgic
    • romantic

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Paulsens Hotell & Cafè

Paulsens Hotell & Cafè

The residence leads you on a journey back to the 1800, where you are served homemade food in an evocative atmosphere. Experience a comfortable night...

Paulsens Hotell & Cafè

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