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I'd call this more of a lodge than a hotel. As a basic ski-type lodge, it was fine - dry, warm and with an ensuite. But it lacked any sparkle and was looking old and tired. I wouldn't have worried if I'd known but we...More
Response from Knut N, Fjellstuevert at Kongsvold FjeldstueResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your comment, we appriciate that you say the food was exellent.
All our rooms are different, as it will be in buildings from 1720 on, but we understand your comment and wil try to do something about it.
The advantage of the hotel is that it is located at the E6 road at the border of Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella national park and on a long distance hiking trail. The ensamble of old buildings is really nice.
But this unique location with not much competition around...More
Far away in the middle of a forest preserve and next to a national forest, is Kingsville Fjellhage...Inn and Restaurant. The Inn is made up of a main building and many different separate additional "cottages"...small, separate structures. This is DEFINITELY a get-away-from-it-all place, easily accessible...More
Thank Edna A
Response from Knut N, Owner at Kongsvold FjeldstueResponded 21 June 2017
Thank you for kind review - you'll get a larger room next time:)
We departed early afternoon Friday by train from Oslo, and arrived at Kongsvoll station slightly delayed around 7pm. As we were starving for dinner we called while on the train to make sure we would make the seating time on the hour. Ellen, the hostess,...More
There is not much choice of places to stay in this neck of the woods. But if you want a traditional hotel with some wonderful ol world fixtures, this is it. It is on the Pilgrims trail, St Olav's way but most tourists drive here....More