Utstein Kloster Hotell is on an idyllic island near its namesake, Norway’s best-preserved Medieval monastery. It is surrounded by magnificent scenery in an area treasured by boaters, hikers, nature lovers and history buffs. The charming but modern hotel in rural setting offers nice rooms, indoor and outdoor dining and activities.
About 30 minutes by boat each way from Stavanger.
Meeting rooms for up to 180 people. Restaurant for up to 100. Banquets for up to 130.
Guided tours and dinners at the monastery, wine tasting, ocean rafting and safaris, fishing, hiking and kayaking.
Some suitability for wheelchairs and baby carriages.
The good life on a tranquil island
The Utstein Kloster Hotell lies on the coast of Mosterøy, an island known for serenity and spiritual renewal since Viking times. The hotel is near Utstein Kloster, Norway’s best-preserved Medieval monastery, a site mentioned in sagas as early as the 9thCentury.
The hotel has 34 rooms, all in sea houses with views over the water. The setting is rural, idyllic and with spectacular scenery all around, just a short way from Stavanger. At the waterfront restaurant, up to 100 people at a time can savor first-class cuisine put together from the best of local and regional ingredients while enjoying the view.
The hotel is happy to organize activities for groups, ranging from wine tastings to guided tours of the nearby monastery. There are also a variety of entertaining hikes on the island, such as a walk to the Fjøløy Lighthouse from 1849 or to a German-built WWII fort. The sea around the hotel is ideal for ocean kayaking, ocean rafting and safaris.
The hotel caters to meetings and conferences, but also welcomes holidaymakers.
Steeped in history
"Beautiful and historical surroundings."
“Nice hospitality, modern hotel and suitable for business meetings as well as vacation.’ _ Leif Roger Torgersen on Facebook.