Høyevarde Fyrhotell

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Constructed in 1700, the Høyevarde lighthouse has been a landmark guiding sailors along the Karmsund strait for centuries. Previously known as the “Nordvegen” (or the North Passage), the current iteration of the lighthouse is actually some 150 years younger. The grounds consisted of the central lightkeeper’s house, as well as a customs building, a boathouse, a warehouse, and a wood-fired bakery. Today, Høyevarde Fyrhotell offers spectacular accommodations and facilities to experience within a peaceful setting. Located just some 20 minutes from Haugesund, the hotel is close to many significant cultural sights, including a Bronze Age grave created in 1500 B.C.
Image of Guestroom Interior Høyevarde Fyrhotell, 1700, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Havik, Norway, Location

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Take a day trip to Stavanger to visit the Preikestolen, the Stavanger Cathedral, and the Sverd i fjell.

Image of Seating Area Høyevarde Fyrhotell, 1700, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Havik, Norway, Discover

Discover

Discover the Classic Revival-style architecture of the Høyevarde Fryhotell.

Image of Guests on Boat Høyevarde Fyrhotell, 1700, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Havik, Norway, Explore

Explore

Explore the Stavanger Cathedral (Stavanger Domkirke).

Image of Meeting Room Høyevarde Fyrhotell, 1700, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Havik, Norway, Experience

Experience

Experience the Norweigan Petroleum Museum (Norsk Olijemuseum).

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Taste

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

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