Myself and my boyfriend stayed at this traditional little B&B in April. We stayed in a double room with shared bathroom and toilet. Its housed in a very old, traditional house, within 5-10mins walk of the Stavangar Old Town. Its very old-fashioned and a bit shabby around the edges, but its clean, its central and its cosy. The breakfast is a buffet style 'eat as much as you like' affair. Good selections of cereals, toast, preserves, cheese, luncheon meats, omlette, fried eggs, devilled eggs with tea and freshly brewed coffee (available from the dining room 24/7). We put a massive dent in the buffet and it set us up perfectly for our hike up to Pulpit Rock! Its also good value considering the expense of Norway. I recommend making the breakfast the biggest meal of the day so as to save even more money on eating out.
Enjoyable and I'd recommendMore