Fretheim Hotel

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Once the farm of wealthy businessman Christen Fretheim, Fretheim Hotel began operations in 1870 as a modest posting inn for visiting fisherman. Despite undergoing a series of expansions and renovations over the years, the Fretheim Hotel still possesses the quaint historic charm that made it attractive among the area’s locals more than a century ago. Today, Fretheim Hotel remains a popular retreat tucked away amid the picturesque mountains of western Norway’s Nærøyfjord. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, visitors can gaze upon the fjord’s awe-inspiring scenery by means of a relaxing boat cruise.
Image of Guestroom Interior, Fretheim Hotel, Flam, Norway, 1870, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Location Map

Location Map

Experience the beauty of Nærøyfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Image of Junior Suite Living Room, Fretheim Hotel, Flam, Norway, 1870, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Discover

Discover

Discover the Swiss-inspired architecture of the Fretheim Hotel.

Image of Mountain Landscape, Fretheim Hotel, Flam, Norway, 1870, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Explore

Explore

Explore the historic Bryggen in the heart of Bergen.

Image of Bride in front of Mountains, Fretheim Hotel, Flam, Norway, 1870, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Experience

Experience

Experience the Hanseatic Museum and Schøtstuene in downtown Bergen.

Image of Restaurant Arven, Fretheim Hotel, Flam, Norway, 1870, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Taste

Taste

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

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