Enjoy magical atmosphere in Iron Age House at Hitra, Norway
The longhouse is ideally suited for groups of visitors, business trips and teambuilding. You will be served food by the host suggestions and your desires!
Have you tasted Hitrabaill?
Try this seafood dinner dish – it is very good! It is made from fresh pollock and haddock and is served with traditional accessories like cabbage and potatoes.You can top it all off with Asbjørn`s homemade caramel pudding.
Focus on local produce
Dolmsundet Hotel uses local ingredients such as scallops, wild sheep, deer, cheese, langoustine and salmon.
At the coast of Trøndelag, Norway, you will find the world’s largest producers of Atlantic salmon!
How about a deer filet or tenderloins from wild sheep? The Norwegian lobster is lovely if you prefer seafood.
Stian Vestvatn (GM at Dolmsundet Hotel) welcomes you to the newly refurbished hotel and restaurant from March 2015.
While staying at Hitra ..
you will find several trails that it is nice to walk along, like a trip along the Minde trail to Margrethe Minde. Here are the ruins of a former hunting residence owned by the Parelius family, the owners of Hopsjøbrygga.
The hosts at the hotel will give you tips for short or long hiking trips.
Watch movie – Stolt øyværing
Go shopping at Fillan with shops, bowling hall, swimming pool, gym, etc.
Bring your camera in case you want to go for a photo safari – maybe you spot eagles, seals or experience other beautiful coastal scenery ..
Dolmsundet Hotel offer boat trips and RIB safari tours around the stunning archipelago of Hitra and Frøyas – watch a movie.
Dolmsundet Hotel is located between the municipal centers of Sistranda (15km), Freya and Fillan (12km), Hitra.
Top of page: Asbjørn is barbecuing wild sheep lambs from Dalpro Gårdsmat (Photo: Stian Vatn)
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