Knutholmen Hotell

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Comprised of a string of several historic buildings, Knutholmen Hotell represents the dynamic heritage of western Norway’s storied maritime heritage. The charming complex that makes up the hotel today once served as a marketplace, featuring a salting shop, bakery, guesthouses, and other businesses. Most of these structures appeared during the 1860s, when the surrounding village of Kalvåg was undergoing a minor economic revolution. Its native fishing industry became immensely successful, attracting thousands of visitors to the remote seaside community every year. Countless visitors from abroad still descend upon Kalvåg today, due to its well-preserved seaside environment and rustic ambiance.

Overview of Knutholmen Hotell

Experience the maritime surroundings of Knutholmen Hotell in the fishing village Kalvåg.


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Tour the historic sea cottages of Kalvåg that line Frøya Island.


Discover the Swiss-inspired architecture of the Knutholmen Hotell.


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

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