Hotels in Notodden, Norway

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Notodden, Norway
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Cheapest hotels in Notodden, Norway

Notodden Hotel
6.4 Good
Torvet 8, Notodden, Telemark, Norway
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0.1 mi from city centre, Notodden, Norway 

Notodden Hotel is located in Notodden and features free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.

$123
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Brattrein Hotel
Brattreinsgt. 9, Notodden, Telemark, Norway
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0.8 mi from city centre, Notodden, Norway 

Brattrein Hotel is located in Notodden and provides free Wi-Fi. It also offers meeting rooms, luggage storage and a sun deck.

$130
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Where to stay in Notodden

About Notodden

Located where the Tinn River flows into Heddalsvatnet Lake, Notodden is a former industrial town that’s now inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It’s famed for its annual blues music festival and waterfront museum and offers easy access to Norway’s largest remaining stave church.

Things to do in Notodden

Delve into Notodden’s fascinating history at the Telemarksgalleriet and the World Heritage Center, which occupies a monumental industrial hall that dates back to the early 20th century. Hear how the town’s mineral fertiliser production transformed the agricultural world and helped increase global crop yields. Rotating art exhibitions are on display in the Telemarksgalleriet, including several works from the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum’s collection.

A short drive west of Notodden is the Heddal Stave Church, which is the largest of its kind in Norway. Constructed in the early 13th century using pine from the surrounding woodlands, it houses medieval incense vessels and 17th-century paintings within its interior. You can coincide your visit with a church service before relaxing over lunch in the first-floor cafe.

Adjacent to the church is the Heddal Local Museum, an open-air collection of 15 buildings that illustrate the changing construction methods used in Vestfold og Telemark over the centuries. Experience what life was like on a 19th-century smallholding and learn about the traditional folk costume creator, Anne Bamle, in the beautifully painted Rambergstugo building.

Getting around Notodden

Notodden Airport is a five-minute drive from the town centre and has regular flights to Bergen while trains connect from Porsgrunn to the Notodden railway station. Buses travel throughout Notodden, although the town centre is compact enough to explore on foot. Having your own vehicle is best for getting around the surrounding region.

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  • What are the best hotels in Notodden?

    Lystang Glamping & Cabins (8.5/10 from 179 reviews), Notodden Sentrum Apartment No 2 (8.3/10 from 112 reviews), and Notodden Sentrum Apartment No 10 (7.5/10 from 25 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Notodden.

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