Trøndelag offers an irresistible mix of urban, historical sights like Røros and Stiklestad and the 2.0 version of a remote rural fishing village at Stokkøya. The main city Trondheim is known as the “home of the Nordic flavours”, and the region is an epicentre for foodies.
Coming to Trøndelag is a bit like coming home. Whether you choose to stay at a modern city hotel or a traditional rorbu (fisherman’s cottage) on the coast, you will be greeted on arrival by friendly and welcoming locals of Trøndelag. Perhaps you could imagine sleeping among wolves at a zoological park?
Accommodation that is an experience in itself. Let journalist Marianne Lie Berg guide you to her favourites amongst Norway’s more quirky hotel alternatives, from hiking cabins and lighthouses to yurts and treehouses.
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