- Picturesque location
- Stylish design and plush furnishings
- Traditional meals from the Long House and the Garage Pub
- Gym, indoor pool, games room and sauna
- Free internet access
- Well-appointed rooms with tasteful decor
Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter in Norway
A Rustic Mountain Lodge by the Slopes
Located in a picturesque region known as the southern gateway to the fjords of Norway, the Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter offers comfort in a contemporary setting. Nestled amongst a sprawling landscape of mountain ranges, forests and fjords, this beautifully appointed hotel boasts an abundance of facilities including a choice of restaurants and bars. The interiors feature stylish design, with subtle colours and plush furnishings throughout. The combination of a charming ambience and helpful staff ensures guests enjoy each moment of their stay at Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter.
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Whether you wish to hike in the mountains, ski on the slopes or take a guided tour of fascinating historical landmarks, Sirdal is the perfect choice. If you choose to stay at the Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter in winter, you can look forward to exhilarating skiing expeditions on the nearby pistes. Alternatively, take to the inviting snow-topped terrains and experience the thrill of a husky sledding tour through immaculate landscapes. Summer provides the opportunity to enjoy days sailing on the tree-fringed Sirdal Lake, and the chance to enjoy a round of golf at the course situated 3km from the hotel. For an insight into the area’s history, visit the Mountain Museum at Kvæven with its 18th century buildings and collection of intriguing artefacts. Sirdal is renowned as the “hydro-capital of Norway” and Tonstad power station, with its myriad of tunnels deep within a mountain, is open to the public.
Guests at the Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter can enjoy dining in a variety of settings, from the charming surroundings of the Long House to the newly renovated, Garage Pub which offers guests a casual environment and varied menu. This rustic bar features charming furnishings created using huge log slabs and is the perfect place to sample local tipples whilst enjoying breathtaking mountain views. The Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter provides freshly prepared cuisine with an emphasis on traditional meals such as stews and meat dishes. Staff are happy to cater for any special dietary requirements and guests can contact the chef prior to arriving at the Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter. Work up an appetite at the on-site gym and after savouring the delights of the kitchen, perhaps challenge fellow guests to a game of billiards in the games room. At the end of a day on the slopes, why not wind down with a dip in the indoor pool before stepping into the soothing warmth of the hotel’s traditional Norwegian sauna?
- 24-hour front desk
- Air conditioning in public places
- Car parking
- Children’s playground
- Coffee shop/café
- Credit cards accepted
- Fitness centre/gym
- Multilingual staff (English spoken)
- Non-smoking throughout
- Pool indoor
- Public lounge
- Wi-Fi internet access in public areas
Simple, cosy and comfortable, each room at the Sirdal Hoyfjellsenter is tastefully decorated and includes seating areas and en suite facilities. Many rooms offer spectacular mountain views.
- Air conditioning
- Accessible rooms
- Colour television (with satellite)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pay-per-view movies
- Pool towels
- Shaving point
- Wake-up-call service