By far the most expensive campsite on our trip and it doesn't even provide some kind of sheltered area where campers can cook or spend some time when it's raining. Check out time at 11 with no exceptions and the fact that the ground was more sand and dirt than a real lawn for tents made this stay by far the most disappointing. The closeness to Preikestolen is definitely taken advantage of.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Preikestolen campingsite. Our campsite is the nearest to Preikestolen in Ryfylke. We have a wonderful place with large areas to stay and first class and clean facilities. During the main season fresh bread (and rolls) are for sale. In the restaurant hot meals are served, including a Norwegian speciality, also small pizzas, coffee, tea, beer, wine and soft-drinks etc. There is also a shop for requirements such as milk, butter, cheese, etc. souvenirs, and real Norwegian sweaters. Surrounding activities: Golf, fishing, mountaintrails, horseriding, boattour on Lysefjord etc ... more less