Read about recommended places to stay overnight in the fjords, places that are special and great in different ways. These accommodations have different standards and offers, but common to them all is that it is pleasant to stay there and the places are surrounded by beautiful and wild nature.
The overview is devided into the four fjord counties in Norway. Read more about the accommodations below, by choosing the fjord county you want to explore and stay in. At the bottom of this page you can also find a map of the four fjord counties where all our recommended accommodations are marked.
Møre og Romsdal
Møre og Romsdal is the northernmost county in Western Norway. The county is devided into three parts; Nordmøre, Romsdal and Sunnmøre. The most famous fjord is the UNESCO World Heritage protected Geirangerfjord. The Geiranger – Trollstigen National Tourist Route and The Atlantic Road are two famous road stretches in the county.
FJORDS is situated in Isfjorden, close to Åndalsnes in Romsdal, in the county of Møre og Romsdal. FJORDS is a yard of four cabins by the Isa River in the center of Isfjorden in Romsdal, Norway.
Sogn og Fjordane
Sogn og Fjordane has the longest fjord and the largest icecap. The county is devided into three parts; Nordfjord, Sunnfjord and Sogn. Here we have the westernmost point in Norway, Steinsøy. The Sognefjord is more than 200 kilometres long. The Nærøyfjord is protected as UNESCO World Heritage.
Vangsgaarden Gjestgiveri is situated in the innermost corner of the Sognefjord and has preserved traditions that go all the way back to the 17th century. Rooms and cabins with views over the Sognefjord and the mighty mountains.
Nes Gard in Luster is set in a beautiful location with stunning views to the surrounding mountains, the Lustrafjord and the Feigumfossen Waterfall. They offer a friendly environment and personalized service in the heart of the Sognefjord.
Hordaland is located in the centre of Western Norway. The county is devided into Nordhordland, Midthordland, Voss, Hardanger and
Sunnhordland. The Hardangerfjord in Hardanger, also known for its apple tree blossoming in the spring, is Norway´s second longest fjord. Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and is known as “The Gateway to the Fjords”.
Sjohagløo by the Osafjord in Hardanger is peacefully situated among old boathouses from times gone by, just a few yards from the fjord. Sjohagløo has a unique atmosphere due to the re-use of the old grid and stave construction in the living room.
Rogaland is the southernmost of the four fjord counties in Norway. The county is devided into four parts; Haugalandet, Ryfylke, Jæren and Dalane. Norway’s history begins in Rogaland. It was here the first humans settled in Norway. Boknafjorden is the longest and deepest fjord in the county. The most famous fjord is the Lysefjord which is surrounded by well known mountains like Kjerag and Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock).
Hauane Bed and Breakfast is an old farm in Lysebotn at the innermost part of the Lysefjord, consisting of a farm house, a barn and an “eldhus”. They offer a good nights sleep in a made bed, a tasty traditional Norwegian breakfast, set in a rural and scenic environment.