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Nestled in the town of Lom between the Jotunheimen and Reinheimen National Parks, Nordal Turistsenter is built in a traditional rustic style with light and modern interiors. The hotel has a very Norwegian style and served local food. We were surprised to have two rooms - a bedroom and a sitting room in an old style. The bathroom was small, but we still enjoyed our three days stay.
This former farm is in picturesque Lom, close to Jotunheim National Park. It offers traditional Norwegian food, Galdhøpiggen Mountain views and excellent hiking opportunities. The hotel has a vibe and a genius loci. Our room had a great bathroom, with ground heating and a wooden bath, was a nice touch. The surroundings are beautiful, as well as the dining/bar areas of the hotel - one can sit there, sip a tea and check the books about the neigbouring Jotunheimen. A walking/driving route to Jotunheimen right behind the hotel. It's an upmarket hotel, but belongs to alocal family, and together with a really exceptional breakfast it's well worth the price. It was not only an overnight stay, but an experience in itself.
Fossheim Steinsenter- Solhell Cabin is located in Lom, an 8-minute walk from Lom stave church, and provides a patio, garden, and free WiFi. Stand alone cabin with dining area and on site parking. Clean. Updated. Comfy. Next to shopping. Next restaurants. Kitchenette very handy, fully equipped except for microwave. We (couple in our 70’s) loved it.
Boasting lake views, Brekkøye i Lom features accommodations with a garden and a balcony, around 6.8 mi from Lom stave church. The property has river and mountain views. Brekkøye is a very clean and cosy old cottage. Beds are comfortable and warm. A hot wood-burning stove brings a warm atmosphere to chilly evenings. The hostess was very helpful and showed us the way driving ahead of us. The dirt road to the cottage from road 55 goes through a small patch of pasture with sheep and highland cattle.
Small pleasant place with a dramatic creek setting. We liked walking around. Of course the stave church is unique, worth the visit. There are some pleasant restaurants and some offer more than the usual burger and pizza dishes for a reasonable price (by Norwegian standards...).
If you were to set up a town as a traveller gateway, you'd put it somewhere like Lom, in the heart of Norways most spectacular mountain scenery. Rapids cascade through the village centre. I ate at "Brimibue" (918 622 977) in the village centre the food and service was excellent and very friendly.
Probably best known for the old stave kirke, there is much more to see in town. The inside of the church is a must see. There were many signs for hiking and ski trails. The main part of town is compact and easy walking from place to place. We had a nice dinner at Amore.
This would make a good base for a holiday. Glaciers mountains fishing and rafting all nearby. Will come back to explore. Lots of places to eat. We found the stein museum to be very good and it was free. The bakery is a must do. The fruit and nut bread my favourite.
The hotel has a very Norwegian style and served local food. We were surprised to have two rooms - a bedroom and a sitting room in an old style. The bathroom was small, but we still enjoyed our three days stay.
Old fashioned style and yet modern. Beautiful village