Set in the mountain area of Eidslandet, Haugen Fjellgård offers spacious cottages with a fully equipped kitchen. Three marked hiking trails are found in the area. Lavik village centre is 3.1 miles away. A seating area, fireplace and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels are featured in all self-catering cottages at Fjellgard Haugen. Each has a bathroom with shower and a washing machine. Some have free Wi-Fi access. Fishing is possible at River Ekso, 1.9 miles away. Several mountain lakes are found in the area. Vegaskiftet Bus Stop is 1.2 miles from the cottages, while Voss town centre is 34.8 miles away. There is a small shop for groceries in Lavik and larger shops in Voss. The nearest gas station is found in Mo, 14.3 miles away.
Pros: Not sure what to say here. My truck breaks broke and the situation where that it was to many arrangements in Bergen so this was the only hotell that opened in lack of rooms. And I think this is a summer period hotell, as it was cold outside and it took some hours from arrival to the room got warm.
Cons: Because it was the closest hotell from Bergen that was availeble I had not many options of where to sleep. But what I missed there was tv on the room and internet that i see now is standard in normal hotells and to the price of NOK 1290,- for a single room one night the price was little high.
Pros: The room was big with balcony and nice view. Breakfast was ok.
Cons: We stayed in the hotel for two days. On the second day they did not clean the room, the same towels and the bin full of garbage as was when we leave the room in the morning. There was nobody from the hotel staff on the second day when we returned to the hotel in the evening.
Pros: Staff (saw only one person the entire stay) tried her best, but if the product you're selling ain't nice, there's only so much you can do... :-( Bed linnen was fresh. Breakfast in the main building is okay, although no hot breakfast options. The fresh bread was extremely nice. So far the good news.
Cons: This place did not meet our expectations at all. The standard double room we booked is nothing like the pictures. The pictures refer to the 'historic rooms' apparently. We stayed in a wooden white washed 'shed' next to the main building. Outside everything looked scruffy (no maintenance), inside it felt like an eerie backpackers room in a boatshed with linoleum on the floor, a dirty couch, an old grandma-bed (with fresh bed linnen though, I'll give them that), but also a dirty handkerchief (!) on the top of the closet. No TV. Bathroom was very simple. Can't believe they use this 2-star (at the most) hotel for honeymooners as well. We were v. glad to leave this place the next day. This 'hotel' is no value for your good money.
Pros: It is located in a beautiful quiet area.
Cons: The hotel was closed when we arrived. The owner had forgotten about us. The cook (who lives at the hotel) finally opened the door for us. The room was extremely small, as was the bathroom. The balcony was very dirty. The hotel pretends to have an a la carte restaurant which is absolutely not true.
Pros: excellent manager...very accomodating. Very good food---especially the evening buffet.
Cons: it was all good.
Enjoy your visit to Osteroy with a stay at Fjordslottet Hotell. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's also a garden, and rooms at this Victorian hotel offer balconies and sofa beds.
Offering bed and breakfast accommodation on the island of Osterøy, this property sits by Osterfjord and Sørfjord. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and an on-site café and pub. Bedrooms at Osterøy Minihotell have a simple décor and feature a fridge, a kettle and a TV. Each comes with a private bathroom and a desk with a chair. Dining on site consists of a daily special and an à la carte menu, with grilled dishes as a speciality. Breakfast plates including cheeses, salmon and bread are prepared and delivered to each guest's fridge. There are sometimes live music evenings arranged at Osterøy Minihotell’s pub. Located in the village of Lonevåg, the popular destination of Bergen is just 50 minutes’ drive away.