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There's one reason to stay at this sprawling sky-high hotel, and it's not the dated decor. It's all about the view: vast, snowy mountain panoramas unfurl through the windows here, so compelling that you probably won't even notice the rather twee furnishings. The public areas are grand, filled with Norwegian design pieces and historical paintings.
Inevitably the hotel's a stop-off for coach tours, and it can feel swamped in midsummer, especially at meal times. Even if you're not staying, it's worth popping onto the terrace for the incredible outlook straight down Nærøydalen.
Overlooking the Nærøy Valley, this family-run hotel offers 2 in-house resraurants and a panorama lounge. Gudvangen village and the Nærøy Fjord are 15 minutes’ drive away. WiFi is free in public areas. Most guest rooms at Stalheim Hotel have a seating area and panoramic valley views. The hotel is furnished with an extensive display of antiques . The open-air Stalheim Folk Museum is located on site. Popular activities in the area include hiking, rafting and horse riding. The hairpin bend road, Stalheimskleiva, is right next to the hotel. The Magical White Caves are 6 km away.
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