The lodge's location and architecture is very good indeed. Two suggestions for improvement:
Breakfast was quite crowded. Increase the staff and allow for several food stations. The coffee maker kept breaking down.
The bathrooms look nice, but are impractical. The showers are hampered by a steel box hangig from the ceiling, forcing moderately tall people to bow their necks. Water spills out from the shower if one does not prop a towel bemeath the door. The frosted glass walls of the bathroom might put off people wanting privacy...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The cabin lies in the hills of Ryfylke just near the Refsvatn lake, a beautiful, child-friendly area. There are several marked trails in the area, for example, the path to the Pulpit Rock. The new Preikestolen Mountain Lodge was opend in May 2009. The old Preikestol The Pulpit Rock cabin was built in 1949 just beside the old Vatne mountain farm. There is also good fishing and swimming. Three new basecamps are associated the plant. ... more less