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Paulsens Hotell

Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet
Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet
Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet
Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet
Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet
Paulsens Hotell Photo: Morten Teinum, Visit Sørlandet

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Paulsens Hotel is situated in the centre of Lyngdal, 1,5 hour drive from Kristiansand. The hotel has ten double-rooms, of which two has a seperate bathroom. The rest of the rooms share bathrooms in the hallway. 

The residence leads you on a journey back to the 1800s, where you are served homemade food in an old retro atmosphere. Experience a comfortable night in the wrought iron bed that in years long gone by was occupied by the rich English "Salmon Lords" who chose the Hotel as their base duruing salmon fishing holidays.

The hotel welcomes business, weddings, baptisms, confirmations and meetings. You can also book an evening of food, drinks and entertainment. The hotel also organizes various events,  such as quiz shows, bingo and concerts.
Food and Dining

Food served at Paulsen's Hotel is Norwegian and Danish traditional food. Visit the cozy café on the ground floor, or attend a closed event. The hotel serves everything from delicious sandwiches, cakes and pastries to three-course dinner, all with appropriate drinks.

 

Storytelling

The hotel owners have a unique ability to communicate. Through storytelling and humour, stories are told about the hotel and the local area's history with great gusto. Welcome guests can sometimes end up having to wash the dishes or server while participating in a closed event at Paulsen's Hotel.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • Café/Cafeteria
  • Capacity

    • (10)
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Atmosphere

    • nostalgic
    • romantic

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Paulsens Hotell

Paulsens Hotel is situated in the centre of Lyngdal, 1,5 hour drive from Kristiansand. The hotel has ten double-rooms, of which two has a seperate...

Paulsens Hotell

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