Beckerwyc House is a new boutique hotel, slightly secluded from Bekkjarvik Harbour, located in Austevoll outside Bergen.
Beckerwyc House has 20 elegant rooms in a modern, maritime design.
Business or pleasure – High quality is ensured.
Furniture, materials and colors have been carefully selected with consideration for you, and consideration for nature. Natural daylight comes through large window surfaces, and allows your eyes to rest on the sea and the horizon.
Beckerwyc House has 20 rooms over 2 floors where breakfast is served in the room, so you can enjoy a relaxed, private and calm start of the day. Enjoy your morning coffee an unobstructed view of the sea, harbour and garden. Everything is in place for a comfortable stay. Listen to the sea breeze in the distance, refreshing bubbles from the minibar are ready for you on arrival, and the jacuzzis on the panoramic terrace are heated.
Room prices from:
Superior: NOK 3,500 per day
Deluxe: NOK 4,000 per day
Suite: NOK 7,000 per day
Food and drink:
In Bekkjarvik, there has been an accommodation business since the 17th century. With its feet firmly rooted in history, Bekkjarvik is now taking a big and important step into the future. Beckerwyc House will have an international appeal for both "foodies" who travel for unique food experiences, and for people who want to find peace and experience the destination Austevoll with its wide variety of activities.
The "Cathedral of Food" on the hotel's top floor will provide room for a variety of food and drink experiences, which are given great attention in Beckerwyc House.
Mirabelle By Ørjan Johannessen:
On the top floor overlooking Bekkjarvik harbour you can find the newly opened restaurant "Mirabelle by Ørjan Johannessen". Here you get to know local flavors using modern techniques, designed as a larger tasting menu with the signature Island Gastronomy.
Professional service, innovation, sustainability and exclusive interior are just some of the keywords that describe the concept.
|Room / Unit Type
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|NOK2,000.00 per person
|NOK3,500.00 per person
|NOK1,750.00 per person
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