Welcome to the manorial and historic Fjordslottet Hotell, situated on Osterøy Island only 45 minutes’ drive from Bergen.
Surrounded by powerful western scenery with fjords and mountains, we invite to a personal and homely hotel experience with home-cooked food and good drink served in one of our intime restaurant or banqueting rooms.
At Fjordslottet you can relax in surroundings that are perfect for both recreation and activity. Enjoy your stay either alone or with family, good friends or colleagues.
Our banquet venues with its good atmosphere can be the perfect frame for small or big celebrations like weddings, anniversaries, confirmations, outings and Christmas parties.
Fjordslottet Hotel is also a modern meeting and conference hotel with the necessary technical equipment. Here the participants can experience peace and quiet in order to concentrate on their work and creativity.
We can also offer various tours, attractions and experiences in the area and in the surrounding areas on Osterøy Island, the island with its beautiful landscape and cultural diversity that can offer memorable experiences. We can help organizing your wishes and our mantra is “Da ordnar me” We fix.!
The history of Fjordslottet dates to the year 1851 when the Bergen merchant Carl Joacim Hambro built the house as directors mansion linked to Fotlandsvåg Cotton Spinning Mill.
In 1997 the mansion was converted to a hotel along with two new buildings that houses 33 guest rooms all with balconies. The hotel has now 41 rooms and 1 bridal suite
The hotel has free WI-FI
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK695.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,190.00 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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