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Walaker Hotell is located in Solvorn on the Lustrafjord, the inner tributary of the Sognefjord, Norway’s deepest and longest fjord. This puts it in the heart of the best that Fjord Norway has to offer, just a short drive, boat ride, or hike away from must-see sights like Jostedalsbreen National Park, Urnes Stave Church, and the Feigefossen waterfall. On top of it all, as the most historic hotel in Norway, the Walaker Hotell is also a destination in its own right, allowing guests to stay in a true piece of Norwegian history. Fortunately, thanks to its idyllic favorable location only steps from the Solvorn waterfront, the hotel is ideally positioned for seeing it all.

Nearest Airport

Regional: Sogndal Airport, Haukåsen (SOG) / Haukåsvegen 794, 6854 Kaupanger, Norway / 33.6 km (20.9 mi), approximately a 40-minute drive International: Bergen Flesland Airport (BGO) / Flyplassvegen 555, 5258 Bergen, Norway / 250 km (155.3 mi), between a 4-hour-10-minute to 4-hour-50-minute drive

Hotel Address

Solvornvegen 324, Solvorn

Sogn og Fjordane, Norway 6879

Historic Hotels Worldwide Recommended Points of Interest

  • Austerdalsbreen Glacier

    Austerdalsbreen Glacier

    Take a hike around the Austerdalsbreen glacier, home to three ice-falls named for Norse gods: Odinbreen, Torsbreen, and Lokebreen.

  • Feigefossen Waterfall

    Feigefossen Waterfall

    Marvel at Feigefossen, one of the highest waterfalls in Norway. 

  • Fjærland, The Norwegian Book Town

    Fjærland, the Norwegian Book Town

    Get lost in the fjordside village of Fjærland, the first book town in Norway and home to roughly 150,000 books, which are located everywhere to ferry waiting rooms to banks. 

  • Gaularfjellet Scenic Route

    Gaularfjellet Scenic Route

    Journey past stunning waterfalls and rivers and through nine hairpin bends on this National Tourist Route.

  • Jostedalsbreen National Park

    Jostedalsbreen National Park

    Experience the exceptional beauty of Jostedalsbreen National Park, home to the largest glacier in continental Europe.

  • Molden


    Enjoy panoramic views of the Lustrafjord with a hike to this mountain peak. 

  • Sognefjellet Scenic Route

    Sognefjellet Scenic Route

    Take in the lofty views from the Sognefjellet Scenic Route, the highest mountain pass in Northern Europe with a summit of 1,434 meters (4,704 feet) above sea level. 

  • Sognefjord


    Explore the Sognefjord, the longest, deepest fjord in Norway, earning it the nickname "the King of the Fjords."

  • Urnes Stave Church

    Urnes Stave Church

    Discover the ancient Urnes Stave Church, which is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.