Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell

Welcome

Welcome to Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell
A hotel with unique characteristics

Sogndalstrand is situated 30 kilometres south of the town of Egersund, and was originally an important seaport in the days of sail. In these idyllic surroundings, you will find Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell in its newly restored wood laggings from the 1800s. Here, all visitors are heartily welcomed and met with great hospitality.

The hotel consists of 10 different houses. The street is our "lobby", and the old houses have certainly come back to life again: Krambua, Kommunehuset, Folvikhuset, Skredderhuset, Sjøbua, Mydlandshuset and Løa. Together, these buildings make up Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell. It is an atypical hotel open to restaurant-goers, to overnight visitors, to groups wanting to hold their meetings and conferences here, and to those wanting to celebrate a special occasion. 

Sogndalstrand is one of the most popular destinations in Rogaland, and it is the only place in Norway where the old wooden buildings from the 1700 and 1800s plus the surrounding cultural landscape is all protected by law by the Directorate of Cultural Heritage. Sokndal is an exciting municipality with an interesting history, and many sights and activities – all worth exploring.

Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell welcomes you with open arms in its charming surroundings, whether you are here on business or pleasure.

Welcome!

Headline stories

Throughout the year we offer a varied cultural program.

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Beer dinner - with Petter Nome and Berentsen Bryggeri

We partner with local brewerie Berentsens Bryggeri and our chefs have composed an exciting 4-course menu where beer is an important ingridience and thoughtfully pairs it with tasty beer.

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Boatsafari - with a small walk in light terrain

In traditional small wooden boats we set course into the sea, between islets and shear, towards Vatlandsvik.

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Location

Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell is charmingly situated close to the sea in the old seaport town of Sogndalstrand in the municipality of Sokndal.
It is located 30 kilometres south of Egersund, and it is about a 1.5 hour drive from Stavanger.
From Kristiansand, it is about a two-hour drive taking the European Highway (E39) to Flekkefjord.

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Activities

Sokndal and the surrounding area have a lot to offer, so you should plan
spending more days in this exiting region.
Hiking and biking, canooing, boat-trips, historical sites and buildings

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Accommodation

in a unique and historical environment.

Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell consists of a total of 11 different buldings and 30 guest rooms. The hotel is open the whole year, except the christmas and new year breaks.

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Food and beverage

Enjoy a nice cup of coffee with some of our lovely homemade pastries, a glass of wine, or try our tasty dishes for lunch or dinner in our cosy restaurant, Folvik Kafé.

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Meeting & conferences

Meetings, courses, conferences, team meetings or team building arrangements. Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell offers courses and conferences in a historical setting, with a unique soul and atmosphere.

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History

Sogndalstrand is one of the most popular destinations in Rogaland, and it is the only place in Norway where the old wooden buildings from the 1700 and 1800s plus the surrounding cultural landscape is all protected by law by the Directorate of Cultural Heritage.

Read more

Gift card

Good experiences are nice to give away as a present - and is nice to get!

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Magma Geopark

Protected area, listed buildings and Cittaslow
Sogndalstrand is the only village in Norway where both the wooden buildings from the 1700' and 1800s and the surrounding cultural landscape are protected.

Read more

Headline stories

Throughout the year we offer a varied cultural program.

Read more

Beer dinner - with Petter Nome and Berentsen Bryggeri

We partner with local brewerie Berentsens Bryggeri and our chefs have composed an exciting 4-course menu where beer is an important ingridience and thoughtfully pairs it with tasty beer.

Read more

Boatsafari - with a small walk in light terrain

In traditional small wooden boats we set course into the sea, between islets and shear, towards Vatlandsvik.

Read more

Location

Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell is charmingly situated close to the sea in the old seaport town of Sogndalstrand in the municipality of Sokndal.
It is located 30 kilometres south of Egersund, and it is about a 1.5 hour drive from Stavanger.
From Kristiansand, it is about a two-hour drive taking the European Highway (E39) to Flekkefjord.

Read more

Activities

Sokndal and the surrounding area have a lot to offer, so you should plan
spending more days in this exiting region.
Hiking and biking, canooing, boat-trips, historical sites and buildings

Read more

Accommodation

in a unique and historical environment.

Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell consists of a total of 11 different buldings and 30 guest rooms. The hotel is open the whole year, except the christmas and new year breaks.

Read more

Food and beverage

Enjoy a nice cup of coffee with some of our lovely homemade pastries, a glass of wine, or try our tasty dishes for lunch or dinner in our cosy restaurant, Folvik Kafé.

Read more

Meeting & conferences

Meetings, courses, conferences, team meetings or team building arrangements. Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell offers courses and conferences in a historical setting, with a unique soul and atmosphere.

Read more

History

Sogndalstrand is one of the most popular destinations in Rogaland, and it is the only place in Norway where the old wooden buildings from the 1700 and 1800s plus the surrounding cultural landscape is all protected by law by the Directorate of Cultural Heritage.

Read more

Gift card

Gode opplevelser er fine og gi – og hyggelige å få!

Read more

Gift card

Good experiences are nice to give away as a present - and is nice to get!

Read more

Magma Geopark

Protected area, listed buildings and Cittaslow
Sogndalstrand is the only village in Norway where both the wooden buildings from the 1700' and 1800s and the surrounding cultural landscape are protected.

Read more

Fascilities

Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell consists of 10 different buildings with the following facilities:

Rooms:

30 rooms
All rooms available with double or twin beds.

Restaurant ”Folvik Kafe"

approx. 55 people

Conference rooms:

Sjøbua – 1st floor (ground floor)

24 people – Horse shoe shape

Sjøbua – 2nd floor

10-12 people – refectory tables or horse shoe shape

Biblioteket

18 people - Horse shoe shape

Bedehuset

35 people - seated in rows

Fengselet Pub:

70 people (approx.)

Terrasse (sommersesong):

70 people (approx.)

All guest and common rooms are non-smoking rooms.

Opening hours

Restaurant "Foldvik kafé"

Lunch

Monday - Saturday

12:00 - 16:00

Dinner

Monday - Saturday

From 19:00 (reservation required)

Catering

We offer catering service for both corporate and private events, such as delicious buffets, sandwiches and cakes. Please contact us for a a non-bidding offer.

We are open in the winter holiday and during Easter.
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