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Northern Norway Nordland BRØNNØY

Torgarhaugen Gjestegård (Guesthouse)

  • Torghattveien 10, Brønnøysund
  • +47 90620072
  •  /  km From You

Torgarhaugen Gjestegård is beautifully situated at the foot of Torghatten, the legendary mountain with a hole through it. It offers rooms that are comfortable, bright and cheerful, letting in sunlight from every directions. Here you can relax and just enjoy, taking time to enjoy the tranquillity, the sight and sounds of your natural surrounding, a good cup of coffee and home-baked cake.

About Gjestegården
In addition to pleasant rooms with comfortable beds, Torgarhaugen offers a hearty breakfast with fresh home-baked bread. The location of Torgarhaugen is ideal for hikes up the mountain and walks along the seashore, savouring views of the beautiful archipelago. As a guest you will appreciate that this is a place where peace and tranquillity reign. On the terrace you can take plenty of time to relax with a cup of coffee or refreshments, while enjoying the fantastic view of the Torgfjord.

Torgarhaugen Gjestegård has excellent free WifFi from the terrace as well as throughout the house.

Activities and highlights
Torgarhaugen is the closest neighbour to Torghatten, the legendary mountain with a hole through it. A 30-minute walk along a well-marked path takes you up to this natural tunnel, which is 160 m long, up to 12–15 meters high and as much as 35 metres. It feels like you have entered a cathedral with a rough-hewn interior! When you emerge on the other side, you are rewarded to a stunning view over the archipelago.

Also worthwhile is the circuit trail around Torghatten. In addition there are sandy beaches to walk, and plenty of activities to tempt young and old – for instance the “treasure hunt” in Svarthola (the Black Cave).

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  • Source: Helgeland Reiseliv as
Statens Kartverk, Geovekst og kommuner - Geodata AS
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