AN ENGLISH SUMMARY - Sygard Grytting

Sygard Grytting - one of Norway's oldest wooden hotels -  owned by thesame family during the past 700 years. Around 1300 AD - more than three hundred years before the Pilgrim Fathers left Plymouth in southern England to establish the first European settlement in the "New World" - Sygard Grytting provided lodgings for medieval pilgrims on their way to the St Olaf Cathedral in Trondheim.

During the summer season 1 July - 15 August you may spend the night in the "langloft" - a 700 year old building (the only medieval hostel preserved and still in use in this country) - or you may get a more comfortable room (with private bathroom) in one of the log buildings built between 1650 and 1860. Read mora about Sygard Grytting


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