This lovely old wooden hotel, which dates back to 1858, started life as a ladies' college, but on running out of potential 'ladies', it became a hotel. Rooms have period touches and are individually named, each with its own story. It, unusually, has the same rates all year. The restaurant is Seljord's best.
Dating back to 1857, the historic Swiss chalet-style Seljord Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and guest rooms with a private bathroom with shower. The E134 Highway is 1 km away. All guest rooms at Hotel Seljord feature traditionally décor that creates a homely atmosphere. Some rooms include a writing desk and tea and coffee making facilities. The in-house restaurant serves up seasonal dishes made from local produce. When the weather is fine, meals can be taken on the hotel terrace. After dinner, guests might like to read a book in front of the fire in the library. The staff can help arrange activities like fishing, hiking and sleigh rides. Children will enjoy the on-site playground. Lake Seljord, famous for its supposed sea monster Selma, is a 10-minute walk away. Bø Sommarland Theme Park is 29 km away.