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Himmelhytta: Spend the night eight metres above ground with the squirrels and birds - Photo: Tretoppphytter
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Himmelhytta: Spend the night eight metres above ground with the squirrels and birds Photo: Tretoppphytter

Where to stay in the Hamar region

Choose between modern hotels, mountain lodges, manor farms, old storehouses, friendly guest houses, cabins or tree-top huts.

Farms

The Hamar region has an array of manor farms with a rich cultural heritage and welcoming hosts. Many of the farms change menu with the season, usually based on produce either from the farm or by local suppliers. A farm holiday is easy to combine with fishing, hiking, skiing or cycling. For farm accommodation in the area, please see the Hamar region's official website.

Mountain air sharpens the appetite at Rustad Hotell & Fjellstue and Sjusjøen Høyfjellshotell. The hotels are peacefully surrounded by forest and mountain terrain.

Centrally located hotels

Hamar offers stylishly modernised hotels, and some of the country's largest and most versatile conference and exhibition hotels.

First Hotel Victoria and Quality Hotel Astoria is situated just a few meters from the railway station.

Scandic Hamar is located a mere 600 meters from the pedestrian area and the railway station.

Rica Hotel Hamar is situated by Route E6 just 4 kilometers north of Hamar town center.

Youth hostels, guesthouses and camp sites

Vikingskipet Hostel Vikingskipet offers good standard accommodation in apartments or rooms.

Seiersted is a traditional guest house situated close to Hamar city center.

Hedmarktoppen Camping and Cabin Rental is a 3-star camp site and offers year-round rental of family cabins of high standard, close to Hamar town center.

The guest house Budor Gjestegård offers cabins and apartments, in addition to a caravan site with modern service facilities.

By Lake Mjøsa there are several camping sites. Mjøsa- Ferie og fritidssenter has a private beach, and good opportunities for fishing, hiking and cycling.

Tree-top cabins

Spend the night eight metres above ground with the squirrels and birds in the forests. The treetop cabins have been built in the crowns of trees, and Furuhytta (the pine cabin) is the most primitive and remote. Lerkhytta (the larch cabin), Granhytta (the spruce cabin) and Himmelhytta (the heavenly cabin) have electricity, a shower and an eco-toilet.

Granhytta stands out with its 40-meter long wheelchair ramp up to the tree top. Himmelhytta and Bjørkhytta (the birch cabin) have skylights in the sleeping section in the half-loft. Combine your stay with a cycling trip, canoeing trip, fishing trip or dogsledding trip.

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Last updated:  2014-09-26
Sveinhaug farm was built in the 1850s and extensively refurbished in 2008 - Photo: Helge Eek
Sveinhaug farm was built in the 1850s and extensively refurbished in 2008
The storehouse at Store Gillund is popular among cyclists, pilgrims and families - Photo: Store Gillund
The storehouse at Store Gillund is popular among cyclists, pilgrims and families
Treat yourself to a break in the mountains at Rustad Hotell & Fjellstue at Sjusjøen - Photo: Ron Moe
Treat yourself to a break in the mountains at Rustad Hotell & Fjellstue at Sjusjøen

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Himmelhytta: Spend the night eight metres above ground with the squirrels and birds - Photo: Tretoppphytter

Where to stay in the Hamar region

Choose between modern hotels, mountain lodges, manor farms, old storehouses, friendly guest houses, cabins or tree-top huts.

Where to stay in the Hamar region

Source: Visitnorway

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About the Hamar region

Key facts about the Hamar region

The Hamar region consists of four municipalities; Hamar, Stange, Ringsaker and Løten.

Tourist information for the Hamar region

The tourist office for the Hamar region is located in Østre Torg in the centre of Hamar.

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