A.D. 1600 - 48 rooms

Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri is located on one of the beautiful islands in Austevoll municipality, south of Bergen, with the sea and its long history as a backdrop. The sighting of an inn here was established in accordance with a royal decree of the 16th century, when the Danish King Christian IV decided that there should be built a guesthouse to each half- or full day's journey at sea. Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri was built at the end of the 17th century and has been taking in guests for more than 300 years. Today, people come to visit because of the peace and quiet, along with our beautiful nature. Also, one of the big attractions is the hosts' son Ørjan Johannessen, who was awarded first place in Bocuse d'Or 2015.

Activities: Bocuse d'Or dinner made and served by Ørjan Johannessen Storytelling by our local storyteller Fjord fishing with local fishermen Discover "Nordsjøløypa" and "Bekkjarvik Park" Visit our gallery "Galleri Bekkjarvik" Enjoy cooking courses and wine tasting Rent bicycles or electrical cars

 

Other details: Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri organizes cultural experiences and activities for its guests. Conference and party venues. Great outdoor terrace. Kitchen well known for its use of local ingredients and fresh seafood. Ørjan Johannessen winner of the Bocuse d`Or 2015. The restaurant is featured in both "The MICHELIN Guide" and "The White Guide – Nordic".

Contact Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri: Administration: post@bekkjarvikgjestgiveri.no Accommodation/booking: salg@bekkjarvikgjestgiveri.no Restaurant: restaurant@bekkjarvikgjestgiveri.no

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Prices

From:
NOK 2,500

Contact

Address:
  • Postboks 33
  • 5399 Bekkjarvik
Phone:
+47 55 08 42 40
Email:
post@bekkjarvikgjestgiveri.no
Website:
www.bekkjarvikgjestgiveri.no

Facilities

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Season:
  • Autumn
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  • Summer
  • Winter

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