Conveniently positioned next to the scenic Gamle Strynefjellsvegen National Tourist Route, Grotli Høyfjellshotel is a carefully preserved mountain lodge dating back to the 1860s. Whether they spend the day skiing, hiking, sightseeing, or in quiet repose, guests at the historic hotel enjoy the inviting warmth of the original timber walls and authentic antique furnishings reminiscent of a bygone era. The charming lodge recently featured in the World War II movie Into the White.
Grotli is run by fifth and sixth generation owners whose forefathers came to Grotli in 1870 to run a state-owned "Fjellstue," a mountain lodge established to shelter men and horses crossing the mountain pass. Grotli Høyfjellshotel was established in 1905, and much of the original building is still in tact.
Today, guests relax in the sauna or by the fire, and enjoy homemade, authentic Norwegian cuisine. Grotli is steps away from soaring hiking trails and ski slopes in the Norwegian highlands, and is perfectly positioned at the starting point for many outdoor adventures and tours.
Grotli Høyfjellshotel, a charter member of Historic Hotels Worldwide since 2012, dates back to 1869.
The Victorian Era, 1837 ~ 1901
Conveniently positioned next to the scenic Gamle Strynefjellsvegen National Tourist Route, Grotli Høyfjellshotel is a carefully preserved mountain lodge dating back to the 1860s.
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