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Only an hour's drive from Trondheim you find Rissa Hotel, centrally located in Fosen.
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Apartments sleeping 4-9 people at Raulandsfjell Alpinsenter.
Cheap accomodation all year round. Single-and two man rooms. Bed and breakfast or full pension. 1,5 km from the centre of Rauland in the direction of Haukeli/Nesland.
Welcome to Tuddal Høyfjellshotell, mostly known for offering nothing else than the good life.
Park Hotel is an option for those who prefer to stay in the centre; in walkingdistance from shops, pubs and restaurants.
Måløy hotel is located in the centre of the lively coastal town of Måløy in Nordfjord. The high street, shopping centre and boat terminal are all within walking distance.
Quality Spa & Resort Son is located 40 min from Oslo and 15 min by shuttle bus from Rygge Airport. Half of the 148 rooms are suites, each with a balcony. Big spa facility.
Brakanes Hotel is situated uniquely by the fjord in Ulvik, Hardanger. The Hotel is surrounded by high mountains, fruit orchards, a sparkling fjord and a varied cultural landscape. Many of the rooms have a balcony and a fjord view. The Hotel also has large, bright salons and a cosy restaurant. We are known for our nice ambience, home cocked cuisine and personal service.
Brakanes Hotel also has a flexible and well equipped conference centre for up to 500 people.
The great nature invites you to experiences all year around. You will find many hiking tracks with a varied terrain, both summer and winter. Kayaking and boat trips on the fjord, biking trips and farm visits are some of the things Ulvik offers you.
Utne Hotel is Norway's oldest hotel in continual operation, licensed since 1722. It was founded in 1722 by Sergeant Børsem, who was granted permission by King Christian VII to operate an inn as partial payment after the great Scandinavian War. His family took over operations in 1787, running the hotel up until the end of 1995. Torbjørg Utne (1812 - 1903), known as "Mother Utne", gave the hotel the distinctive character it has today. As Consul Parr ascertained in the mid-1800s: "These are the best quarters in the country". The hotel was renovated winter 2003, and it is very well-preserved, and remains an intimate and distinctive hotel with a personal atmosphere.