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Union Oye

Norangsfjorden, Norway


Stay at Union Oye

Union Oye is a traditional and elegant manor house. The interior design of the Norwegian house is lavishly furnished with wonderful antique furniture and art work from over the dating back to its opening in 1891. The hotel also has a scenic garden where guests can sit outside and enjoy a warm drink on a winters day looking over Norway‘s snowy mountains. Rooms are decorated individually, many featuring a four-poster bed and

some with a balcony. The restaurant at the hotel serves seasonal lunch and dinner menus, and each meal has a recommended wine pairing. Canoes and bicycles can be rented on site, and guests can enjoy fishing in the nearby Norangsfjord and the Stranda Ski Centre is a 1-hour drive away, allowing guests to experience a Norwegian ski resort.

NB The hotel is currently under renovation, due to reopen in Summer 2021


  • WIFI
  • Room Service
  • Restaurant
  • Bar


Andy & Dawn

What an amazing country. The most warm, welcoming people and such a vast range of things to do and see. The landscape throughout our trip simply blew us away.

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