Located on the island Sotra outside Bergen, in a picturesque setting in a shallow bay. Great spot for fishing. 35 minutes from Bergen.
Sotra Rorbusenter, south-west on the island of Sotra outside Bergen , lies in a picturesque setting in a shallow bay, and is a great spot for fishing.
About 35 minutes' drive from Bergen or Bergen Airport, Flesland.
Whether you want to fish, rent a boat, go on a fishing trip on a bigger boat or go walking, Sotra Rorbusenter is the place for you.
Or perhaps you are looking for somewhere to hold a meeting or a workshop in a calm, relaxing atmosphere?
Sotra Rorbusenter has 11 "rorbu" (traditional fishermen's style) flats to let and parking for caravans/camper vans. Reception/kiosk where you can buy basic articles and fishing equipment.
Unit 1 sleep six people and have two bedrooms, a combined sitting room/kitchen and a nice bathroom/washroom. Fully equipped unit, with a TV, stereo, DVD-player, washer, stove, microwave oven, coffee machine, refrigerator, etc. Private terrace. Free internet use.
Unit 3 sleeps 10 people. Consists of 4 bedrooms, kitchen, large livingroom and to bathrooms. One extra toilet. This is a 2 floor apartment with a private terrace both on the front and at the back. Fully equipped kitchen and apartment with facilities such as TV, stereo, DVD-player, stove, microwave oven, coffee machine, refrigerator, etc. Free WIFI. This unit is also fit for meetings with up to 15 people.
At Sotra Rorbusenter you can rent a boat for a couple of hours, a day or several days, whether you live here or not. We have plastic boats with outboard motors and wooden boats with diesel engines. There are good fishing spots just a couple of minutes' drive from the centre. If you do not want to drive a boat yourself, you can go on a fishing trip on a bigger boat with a skipper, or you can enjoy rod fishing straight from the quay.
Great discounts if you stay one week or longer.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Fisherman's cabin||NOK700.00 per room, 1 night|
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