Lonely Planet review
This excellent option, built in 1891, retaining much of its period furniture and run by the same family ever since, features a welcoming lounge and a lovely round tower (invest around NOK2000 and you can sleep the night in its one room with wraparound views). The dining room (look for the evocative 1898 map of Sognefjorden) serves truly wonderful traditional four-course Norwegian dinners. Because the food comes fresh, nonresidents need to book by 18:00 at the latest.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Mundal and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Fjærland.
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