Fjordslottet Hotell is built in 1851, and is located only 45 minutes from Bergen on the island Osterøy. Beautiful surroundings with mountains and fjords.
Fjordslottet Hotell is a manorial hotell built in 1851, and is located only 45 minutes from Bergen city center in the village of Fotlandsvåg on the island Osterøy. In the best surroundings you will both find the proximity to the mountains and the fjords, and the opportunity to experience a truly different hotel experience.
The hotel was built in 1851 as a directors mansion linked to Fotlandsvåg Cotton Spinning Mill. Today it is a manorial hotel, which consists of 39 rooms and 1 bridal suite.
Fjordslottet hotel offers its guests to choose between single, double and deluxe rooms, as well as a honeymoon suite.
Our single rooms are all equipped with a double bed and all guestrooms are about 16 square meters. In your room you will find a wardrobe, sofa, coffee table and your own private fully tiled bathroom.
The double rooms are all equipped with a nice double bed, but we also offer double rooms with twin beds. Many of our guestrooms can also be made ready for both three and four persons, ideal for families. In your room you will find a wardrobe, sofa, coffee table and your own private fully tiled bathroom.
The Honeymoon suite is by far our biggest room, 45 square meters in total. The floors are shipsdeck, and the suite has its own dining area, a seating area, and a large king size double bed. Large bathroom en-suite. You’ll also find free WiFi in the Honeymoon Suite. When you arrive in the suite after the wedding reception you might find the floor covered in rose petals, a great cooled wine and some other surprises. The perfect ending to a perfect day!
In 20 of our 40 rooms you will find a TV with Norwegian TV channels as well as English news channels. At our hotel you can ask for a guestroom with or with out a TV-set, so you have the choice to enjoy the peace and quite.Most of our rooms also include free WiFi, and 33 of our guestrooms have their own balcony.
At the hotel you can enjoy the best of culinary experiences, and still being directly linked to the nature right outside, with both the mountain and the fjord only steps away. The Bolstad famil, who is both owners and your hosts, will together with a highly competent staff make sure your stay is magical.
The following facilities can be found:
39 rooms and 1 suite, restaurant (order must be done 24 hours before arriving), free parking, free WiFi, huge gardens, old and respectable hotel, great authentic living rooms which is the hotels common area, is runned and operated by the owners itself, opportunity to rent boat and fishing equipment, many types of activities can be done in and around the garden, great walking trails nearby, conference facilities and the possibility to do teambuilding activities as well.
Welcome to what we truly call a good experience!
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK 397.- per person|
|Single room||NOK 725.- per person|
From Bergen City Center: Follow E16 towards Voss. Directly after the Arnanipatunnel, follow over the Osterøybridge. Follow signs 567 Lonevåg. When you arrive by Lonevåg, follow the signs 567 TYSSE. From Lonevåg it is 13 kilometers to the hotel. The hotel is located in a hilltop in the village of Fotlandsvåg. From the sign saying Fotlandsvåg, it is 1 km to the hotel.
For public transportation, please go to skyss.no, and type in Fotlandsvåg as end station, and you will get the bus transportation from your departure point. We do recommend car transportation if late arrival.
From Oslo/Voss: Follow E16 towards Bergen. Follow the signs for Osterøybroen (Osterøy Bridge) right before you arrive in Arna. See over for further explanation.
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