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Turtagrø Hotel Restaurant

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In the restaurant, we serve a three-course dinner every night. Call +47 57 68 08 08 to book a table. Dinner is served between 19:00-21:00. We also serve breakfast from 08:00 to 10:00 that also is open for guests not staying at the hotel. In the peak season a ala carte lunch is served from 13:00-17:00.
* Established in 1888
* Award-winning main building from 2002
* Panoramic views of the Skagastøls-mountains.

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In the restaurant, we serve a three-course dinner every night. Call +47 57 68 08 08 to book a table. Dinner is served between 19:00-21:00. We also ser...

Turtagrø Hotel Restaurant

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