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?
Are you the kind that can't wait to get up in the morning to go downstairs for breakfast? Or would you rather lay in that large, warm bed before check out? Or maby you just need a place to sleep, and nothing fancy? The hotels in Trøndelag comes in all shapes and sizes - choose the one that suits you best.
Come close to the old local tradition. Fishermen's cabins were originally the fishermen's residence when they were out on the sea, fishing for long periods of the year. Most of the old is retained, and when it's really quiet you can almost hear the rough fish tales being told. The comfort standard on the other hand, is significantly better. However, the good fishing keeps stand.
Norwegians love camping, and are for many the preferred way to spend their holidays. There are several camp sites all over Trøndelag, some close to the road and some more remote located deep in the nature scenery. The camp sites are perfect for families, with lots of activities and of course other children playing.
Norway is known for it's population in wierd and remote places, even hostile at some times. Trøndelag is no exception, and here you can actually stay a night or two, or maby you could picture yourself stay at a lighthouse for a whole summer? Just fishing, relaxing and enjoying the sounds from the ocean.
Accommodation that is an experience in itself. Perhaps you could imagine sleeping among wolves at a zoological park?