We chose to stay here expecting something of an experience, given the history of the hotel and its participation in the group "De Historiske" - historical hotels and restaurants in Norway.
The location is delightful at the head of a small bay but the beach is public, not private. We had a large room in the new wing, and the style was more New England than New Norway with English stencilled text on the furniture. Our bathroom was also large and therefore I would have liked more furnishings for clothing. No minibar, no tea and coffee making facilities in the room. Refreshments were available by going down to the bar and requesting them. Dinner was good, even though they ran out of my first choice and that with a limited menu. There was not a particularly cosy atmosphere at the outer tables of the horseshoe-shaped building. I had a view of stacked conference chairs. Breakfast was OK but not inspiring. All in all, a comfortable stay but I was left thinking I had missed out on something.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included