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Imagine being able to take your holiday at a gentle tempo, relax in a unique environment far from the hustle and bustle of the city. There is such a place in the middle of the Hardanger Fjord district.
The Utne Hotel is one of the oldest in Norway to have operated continuously as a hotel in the same building. Travellers have been enjoying food and shelter here since 1722, when Peder Larsson BÃ¸rsem first acquired a licence to receive guests, and up to the present day. The hotel has a three-hundred year tradition of care and consideration for its guests. The tradition was personified by Mother Utne (TorbjÃ¸rg Utne, 1812 1903).
Since the hotel was built in 1722 it has been extended, upgraded and restored at different types, most recently in winter 2003/2004.
The Utne Hotel has to be experienced. A stay here is akin to living in a history book. Building details, household items and decor have been carefully preserved.
Nearby attractions include Hardanger Folklore Museum, good walking terrain, short distance from Folgefonna Summer Skiing Centre and RÃ¸ldal Skiing Centre, fishing in the Hardanger Fjord and Golf.
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