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Fossli Hotel AS

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Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Reisemål Hardanger Fjord
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Heidi Kvamsdal
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Marcel Brussel
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Tor Håkon Haugen
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Fossli hotel
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal
Fossli Hotel AS Photo: Fossli hotel
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Facility overview

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  • Restaurant
  • Bar

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Description

Fossli Hotel is situated at the innermost end of the Hardanger Fjord. The hotel affords a magnificent view over the Måbø Valley and the 182m Vøringsfoss Waterfall. The hotel is tastefully and comfortably designed by the famous Norwegian architect Konow Lund. It was build in 1891, which was 25 years before the road was build, and all the materials were carried on horseback to the top. Edvard Grieg used to be a regular guest at Fossli Hotel and wrote his Opus 66 here. Fossil Hotel today offers 21 rooms, a nice restaurant, a café, and a fully licensed bar.

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  • Hotels Hotels

Hours

5/19/2014 - 9/14/2014
Mon - Sun

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • General facilities

    • parking
    • banqueting rooms
    • café
    • bar
    • restaurant
    • dining room
    • coach/truck parking
  • Food and drinks

    • Norwegian cuisine
    • outside dining area
    • fish and shellfish
  • Credit cards

    • American Express
    • Diners Club
    • Eurocard
    • Visa
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Activities

    • mountain hiking
    • lake fishing
    • river fishing
  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
    • angling
    • hunting
    • mountainous terrain
    • mountains
    • borders on a national park
    • high mountain plateau
  • Language

    • German
    • English
    • Norwegian
  • Special

    • mountain area
  • Discounts

    • children sharing parents' bed
    • discount for children

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Fossli Hotel AS

Fossli Hotel is situated at the innermost end of the Hardanger Fjord. The hotel affords a magnificent view over the Måbø Valley and the 182m...

Fossli Hotel AS

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