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Røisheim Hotel, in the beautiful Bøverdalen Valley, consists of 14 preserved buildings, mostly from the eighteenth century. All the buildings have been faithfully restored to modern standards of comfort. It is regarded as one of Norway’s most distinctive hotels, and has a well-deserved reputation for its first-rate cuisine and exclusive wine cellar. A pearl in one of Norway’s most beautiful mountain landscapes. First-rate cuisine and unique atmosphere.
Dinner must be reserved the day before!

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Røisheim Hotel og Skysstasjon has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

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Røisheim Hotel og Skysstasjon

Røisheim Hotel, in the beautiful Bøverdalen Valley, consists of 14 preserved buildings, mostly from the eighteenth century. All the buildings have bee...

Røisheim Hotel og Skysstasjon

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