Spend the night inside the hotel or the historical manor

At Bårdshaug Herregård, you can stay in either historical or modern hotel rooms. In the historic manor once owned by Christian Thams, you can spend the night in authentic hotel rooms dating back to 1904, such as "baronesserommet" and "kongerommet". A stay in the Station Buildings, with roots dating back to 1908, offers a taste of Norwegian railway history. Inside the hotel, you'll stay in majestic surroundings with modern comforts.

Rooms inside the hotel

The hotel's charming main building, which is from our time, houses most of the guest rooms at Bårdshaug Herregård. It is in the main building's atmospheric lobby and reception area where you are welcomed. Inside the hotel, you can stay in single or double rooms, or alternatively, superior and deluxe rooms.

Room in historical buildings

Majestic Bårdshaug Herregård from the early 1900s stands proudly like a small castle on the hotel grounds. Both the manor itself and the station buildings are utilized for accommodation, where the unique hotel rooms offer their own historical journey back to Christian Thams`great days.


Universal design - a hotel for everyone

Bårdshaug Herregård offers wheelchair accessibility throughout its common areas and restaurant, featuring step-free access. We have six modern hotel rooms specifically designed for wheelchair users, with four located on the ground floor and two conveniently situated near emergency exits on the second floor. To accommodate your needs, book a Superior room and kindly inform us in advance. Assistance is available for navigating between accommodation rooms, reception, and all communal areas of the hotel, including the dining hall and restaurant. Additionally, we provide support with tasks such as accessing the breakfast buffet.