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The Fossheim has been around for over a century. This lends the place a definite 'old-world' charm and cosiness. I guess it also means there are restrictions on what they can do with updating rooms and decor (although our bathroom was clean and fully functional,...More
Response from Heidrun G, Daglig leder at Fossheim TuristhotellResponded 19 September 2017
Thank you so much for your review!
I am very glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay and not at least the food here at Fossheim.
We are consecutively trying to renovate our bathrooms, so hopefully it will be better next time.
Service was excellent. My brother and I did a climb on the day of checkout and they allowed us late checkout at 3pm after we returned so we could clean up. They put out breakfast early for us so that we could get going on...More
Stay one night with my girl friend in a superior room for a romantic time...
Felt that the carpet on the floor was older than the hotel...
The bathroom was darker than northern Norway in January... and the double bed was just 2 single beds...More
Fossheim Turisthotel became famous in the 1990ies by their chef Arne Brimi that started to promote local food on national TV. This turned into a trend using local food and reviwing forgotten traditions with a new twist. Fossheim was the cooking pot for a row...More
We stayed here with friends one night while traveling across the country. It was a beautiful location. The hotel is a historic inn - it is not luxury, but comforts of a bed and bathroom were fine. You can hear through the walls - the...More
Response from Ingrid G, Kundeansvarlig at Fossheim TuristhotellResponded 15 August 2017
Thank you so much for your kind words! We appreciate it. We hope the rest of your stay in Norway was wonderful.
Best wishes from Fossheim
Response from Heidrun G | Property representative |
Thank you for your request!
We are open in March. It might not be the best time to hike to Galdhøpiggen, unless you are skiing because there still can be a lot of snow. The road to Juvasshytta is also probably closed... More
Thank you for your request!
We are open in March. It might not be the best time to hike to Galdhøpiggen, unless you are skiing because there still can be a lot of snow. The road to Juvasshytta is also probably closed this time of year.
There are some busses going from Otta to Lom, but not all of them are corresponding with the train I`m afraid.
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"Since it was an overbooking at my level I got and uppgrade to a minisuite with a nice balcony, normally price..."