This family-run design hotel is 15 minutes’ drive from Beitostølen Ski Resort. It offers a personal touch, hearty food and themed rooms in a traditional, Norwegian timber house. Herangtunet Hotel is surrounded by picturesque forests and lakes, close to the shores of the Heggefjord. Guests can relax peacefully in the garden or on the terrace. Herangtunet’s rooms are full of character. Their unique style and décor is inspired by various cities and countries from around the world. All rooms include slippers for comfort and a tea/coffee maker for convenience. The popular and cosy hotel restaurant has a wood-burning stove and serves typical Norwegian dishes. Relaxation options include a sauna and a hot tub. More active guests can try fishing, hiking or canoeing. The town of Heggenes is 5 minutes' drive away, while Fagernes is 20 km away.
Although we were only there one night on a stop-over from Bergen to Oslo, my girlfriend and I wished we had stayed longer. The Herangtunet Hotel is absolutely gorgeous inside and out. Perfect place for a quiet getaway in one of the skiing areas of Norway. Also a great place for families to come and unwind.
Only downside is Kayak doesn't tell you that in order to get dinner on any of your nights you must order and pay in advance. It is a husband and wife operation so they have to know how many people to cook for. However, breakfast is included!
Exellent staff and food
A very charming and butiful hotel. We will be back!
A wonderful room in a beautiful setting and environment.The staff was superb! I would be happy to recommend this hotel to anyone staying in the area.
Very beautiful hotel, the room was large and we had a kitchen and table. The food was fantastic. We traveled with our little daughter, and that was no problem. The area was very child friendly and she loved the owner of the hotel:)
The location was incredible and the rooms exquisitely furnished. Fantastic breakfast and lovely hosts, including their young son who coped admirably with sharing his toys with our children. Good value for money considering the high cost of everything in Norway.
In our room (swedish room) there were hanging glass lampshades within easy reach of our young children, one of which got broken and we were given a large bill for (72nok). I don't think this is an ideal room for small children to share, although the hotel in general was child friendly. It would have been nice to have some facilities to make a drink or even glasses for water in the room.