The beloved hotel in the heart of the old woodhouse town of Lærdalsøyri.
It started towards the end of the 1800th century.
The hotel was built around year 1880.
A spectacular building built with pronounced switz craftmanship with details like woodcarved handcut fencing and ornaments with a big veranda.
"It was a hotel built for british salmonlords. But in the cellar, there was a illegal pub where the local villagers also could have a drink- or two."
Useful and relevant links to articles (in norwegian) about the hotel or lærdalsøyri:
We took the liberty of adding google translate to these links below so you can enjoy them in (translated) english!
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As this particular hotel is worthy of preservation is there no restrooms inside the rooms themselves.
The rooms instead are in immediate proximity to freshly renovated bathrooms- like in the good old days.