Hotels in Ulvik, Norway

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Ulvik, Norway
Jun 9 — Jun 102
Ulvik, Norway
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$141 - $202
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Cheapest hotels in Ulvik, Norway

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Hardanger Guesthouse
7.8 Good
Eikjeledbakkjen 4, Ulvik, Hordaland, Norway
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0.6 mi from city center, Ulvik, Norway 

Featuring a private beach, Hardanger Gjestehus provides premium 3-star accommodation. It also features free Wi-Fi, luggage storage and a swimming pool.

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Strand Fjordhotel
7.2 Good
Tyssevikvegen 31, Ulvik, Hordaland, Norway
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0.3 mi from city center, Ulvik, Norway 

Set within the scenic parkland of Ulvik, Strand Fjordhotel offers traditional accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as an indoor pool, a sauna and free Wi-Fi. It also provides facial treatments, body treatments and a beauty centre.

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Brakanes Hotel
7.9 Good
Promenade 1, Ulvik, Hordaland, Norway
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0.3 mi from city center, Ulvik, Norway 

Set within the picturesque countryside of Ulvik, Brakanes Hotel provides charming accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as an indoor pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. It also offers complimentary wireless internet to all guests throughout their stay.

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About Ulvik

Ulvik is a tiny village in Norway’s rugged Vestland, located at the end of the Ulvikafjorden as it branches from Hardangerfjord. It’s the birthplace of the Norwegian poet, Olav H. Hauge, who is celebrated with his own museum and on the doorstep of one of Norway’s most impressive bridges.

Walk, cycle or drive across the 1,380-metre-long Hardanger Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in Norway. It traverses the Eidfjorden and offers magnificent views across the emerald waters below. At the northern end of the bridge, you can enter the Vallavik Tunnel, which includes a spectacular roundabout before continuing along a shorter tunnel to Ulvik.

Ulvik makes an ideal base for cyclists wanting to tour the Rallarvegan, a recreational route that was originally built in 1902 as an access road for the Bergen Line railroad. Ride between Haugastøl Station and Finse Station before crossing the spectacular mountains to Myrdal Station, then end your trip overlooking the Sognefjorden in picturesque Flåm.

Getting there

Ulvik is just over two hours’ drive from Bergen Airport, which has flights to destinations across Europe. Buses are the main means of getting to Ulvik while ferries are an excellent way of exploring the Hardangerfjord.

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