Vossestølen Hotel in Oppheim
This evening we were waiting for a small cozy hotel Vossestølen, located on the shore of Lake Oppheim (Oppheimsvatnet), next to a small village of the same name.
We were met only by the owner, who quickly coped with everything-handed out the keys to the rooms and gave us dinner. The choice was small: cheese and sausage cuts, boiled eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers and "Viking soup" - the strongest meat broth with cereals and leaves of some vegetation. Meat in the broth, of course, was also present. I'm not a foodie at all, I won't evaluate the taste qualities, but I think it was exactly what you need after walking along the shores of the fjord and the Nygardsbreen glacier. In any case, my strength was restored, so I even had enough time for a short walk in the dark.
There are a lot of original gizmos in the lobby of the hotel.
And in the hallway, I found a sign like this. These places are famous for their ski resorts, the international freestyle skiing championship was recently held here, and the Russian national team lived in this hospitable institution.
Next to the hotel is a neat lawn facing the lake.
"Deer". One of the traditional activities of the Norwegians is to compete in lasso throwing. I tried it, it seems to be just everything, but still it didn't work out.
Then I skirted the building and found myself on the edge of a lake fortified with hewn stone blocks.
The hotel's restaurant overlooks the coastal lawn, so that those who wish can eat on the outdoor terrace or on tables right by the water, contemplating the wonderful picture of the water surface and the mountains beyond.
You can rent a boat, kayak, and fishing equipment at the hotel. Vossestølen Hotel is a perfect place for lovers of peace and privacy. Here you can relax not only in summer, but also in winter, as there is a ski resort nearby. The hotel offers single, standard and family rooms with prices ranging from 80 to 170 euros.