Lonely Planet review
This authentic timber guesthouse, set on a small cobbled street in Sandviken, has traditional decoration (such as white wicker furniture and lace cushions) and a few modern touches. Painstakingly restored by two artists whose work adorns the rooms, the guesthouse is quite simply charming. The rooms are more like apartments and the atmosphere is one of quiet sophistication.
Our independent authors have visited Skuteviken Gjestehus and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Bergen.
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