Fjaerland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant

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Countless travelers have stayed at Fjærland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant to witness the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Yet, this interest is a recent development, as the hotel’s home of Fjærland spent many centuries beforehand as an isolated agricultural village hidden away within the mountainous terrain of the Sognefjord. Its residents lived by simple means, leaving much of the local geography untouched. When access to Fjærland improved dramatically during the 20th century, interest in visiting this unspoiled landscape proliferated throughout the world. Originally constructed as a guesthouse some 50 years prior, owner Brad Huesby debuted the Fjærland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant during the 1980s to cater to this new popularity. This fantastic boutique hotel now ranks among the country’s most popular destinations, allowing for its guests an amazing opportunity to experience the region’s historical, bucolic charm. Tucked away within the verdant wilderness of the Sognefjord, the Fjærland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant is situated perfectly for guests to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of Norway. The bucolic village of Fjærland encapsulates the rich heritage of the region, with its variety of historical buildings and landmarks. This picturesque community is surrounded by the stunning Western Norwegian Fjords, which constitute a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site. In particular, visitors have been drawn to the Jostedalsbreen Glacier—the largest of its kind in all of continental Europe. Additional attractions proliferate throughout the area as well, including the Norwegian Glacier Museum and several historical structures connected to the country’s famous Viking Age. As such, the Fjærland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant is a great place to explore this amazing culture firsthand.
Image of Guestroom Interior Fjaerland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant, 1937, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Fjærland, Norway, Location

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Visit Jostedalbreen National Park, which is the largest glacier in continental Europe.

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Discover

Discover the historical character of the Fjærland Fjordstove Hotel & Restaurant

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Explore

Explore the historic Bryggen in the heart of Bergen.

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Experience

Experience the Hanseatic Museum and Schøtstuene in downtown Bergen.

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Taste

Taste Fårikål, which is Norway’s official national dish.

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