Accommodation near Trolltunga
Trolltunga hikers have many options for lodgings in Odda, the closest town, and in the nearby villages such as Lofthus or Jondal. In our area you will find comfortable hotels and motels, as well as cabins and campgrounds with all the facilities you need.
We strongly recommend at least a two-night stay in our area, to allow enough time for a truly memorable Trolltunga adventure.
Those travelling by road to and from Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), on the Lysefjord in Rogaland County, can with advantage consider spending a night in the charming mountain village of Røldal, renowned for its stave church and fascinating history.
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Accommodation around Odda:
Hardanger Hotel is situated in the centre of Odda within walking distance from the bus station, shops and restaurants. The hotel has 50 rooms with fjord view, or a view towards the mighty mountains surrounding Odda. stops nearby the hotel.
Photo: Hardanger Hotel
Intimate Hotel with a special history closely connected to the history of The Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry nearby. This historical hotel is home to a spectacular collection of original art.
Photo: Tyssedal Hotel
Odda camping is situated between to national parks. Surrounded by beautiful nature, quiet water, high mountains with peaks covered in snow, impressive waterfalls and a glacier, all within a few kilometres from the camping ground!
Photo: Odda Camping
The apartment hotel Trolltunga Guesthouse is situated 6 km from the starting point of the hike to Trolltunga. Trolltunga Guesthouse is also centrally located in the Hardangerfjord region. 13 apartments in total. 8 apartments with separate bedroom, living room with sofa bed, kitchen and en suite bathroom. 5 apartments are studio apartments with kitchen and en suite bathroom.
Photo: Sondre Gunleiksrud
Apothekergaarden Guesthouse is located in Odda Centre, just behind Hardanger Hotel. The guesthouse offers accommodation in rooms/ apparements with good standard, with private bathroom and kitchen, and wireless internet access and TV. Situated in the middle of Odda town center, you can take advantage of both the center and the beautiful scenery surrounding it.
Photo: Apothekergaarden Guesthouse
Hordatun Hotel offers accommodation in hotel rooms and well equipped appartments. The hotel is situated between the town of Røldal and the Røldal ski center and has a great view over the lake – Røldalsvatnet.
The natural stop between eastern- and western Norway along route E134 over Haukeli!
Photo: Hordatun Hotel
“Bakkegata – The Blue House” is a stunning 100-year-old Art Nouveau house located right in the centre of Odda. It was completely refurbished in 2018 and today we are proud of a building that combines the beauty of the old design with modern comfort, including an elevator and Wi-Fi.
You have the choice between five well equipped holiday apartments and in the months of June, July and August, also an even more affordable mixed dormitory.
Photo: Helga Tverdal
Hotel Ullensvang is a first class hotel, owned by the same family in 5 generations throughout more than 160 years. Located in beautiful surroundings in Lofthus and in Norway’s largest fruit orchard, Hardanger. The blossoming period is one of the most stunning periods, lasting from approximately mid May until mid June. The hotel is situated directly by the fjord, with a view over the Hardangerfjord and Folgefonna glacier. Also a good starting point for tours to Trolltunga.
Photo: Hotel Ullensvang
First Hotel Kinsarvik is centrally located in Kinsarvik with a view to the Hardangerfjord. The hotel has 70 rooms, of which 8 are de luxe rooms and one is a suite. There is a bar with terrace, resataurant and garden. A large play room for children is open in the summer.
Photo: First Hotel Kinsarvik
Utne Hotel is one Norway’s oldest hotel in continual operation, licensed since 1722. It was founded in 1722 by Sergeant Børsem, who was granted permission by King Christian VII to operate an inn as partial payment after the great Scandinavian War. His family took over operations in 1787, running the hotel up until the end of 1995. Torbjørg Utne (1812 – 1903), known as “Mother Utne”, gave the hotel the distinctive character it has today.
Photo: Utne Hotel
Hardanger House in Jondal is a new hotel with the Hardangerfjord, Folgefonna glacier and majestic mountains as the nearest neighbor. The design hotel has nine rooms – all with furnished terraces and beautiful views of the fjord.
Hardanger House and Jondal are a good starting point for activities in the region throughout the year.
Photo: Hardanger House
Stana gard is situated by the Hardangerfjord at Stana, 3 km from Tyssedal and 9 km from the centre of Odda. There are 2 holiday houses, both with a panoramic view of the fjord, waterfalls and the Folgefonna glacier. Both houses are fully equipped and have nice patio areas with furniture and barbeque grills. The garden around the houses has fruit trees. Down by the fjord there is a quay and a boat available for guests. Stana gard is 9 km from Skjeggedal, the starting point for hiking to Trolltunga.
Photo: Stana gard
With fantastic views of water, waterfalls, mountains, fjord, and glaciers, you will find Vikinghaug Apartments in Odda. The guests live in large, spacious apartments with three to four bedrooms, bathroom, toilet, kitchen and living room. Bedclothes and towels are included in the price, and the parking is free.
Vikinghaug Apartments is a good starting point for exploring beautiful and exciting Hardanger. By car, it only takes four minutes to shopping centers in Odda City, 20 minutes to the start of the trip to Trolltunga, seven minutes to the starting point for a trip to Buerbreen, 30 minutes to Røldal Skisenter and 20 minutes to Seljestad cross country ski area. There are also many hiking opportunities with well-marked trails in and around Odda.