Historical Boutique Hotel in Bergen

A late 18th century building, in the heart of Bergen, has been converted into charming 18-room boutique hotel. Villa Terminus combines rustic charm with a clean, Nordic contemporary design. The hotel was build for a local merchant in 1769 as a home for elderly in need. It was bought by the current owner in 2011 who hired the two Swedish architects, Claesson Koivisto Rune to restore the listed...

Boutique Hotel; Haaheim Gaard – far more than a farm holiday in Norway

It used to be a run down farm, situated deep in the Norwegian Fjords, with no running water or electricity. Today, Haaheim Gard has been restored to its former glory and is part of De Historiske as one of Norway's finest boutique hotels. Haaheim Gaard offers the pleasure of staying in a truly remarkable place where you can savour the flavours of a bygone era. From the warm and friendly welcome...

Bergen off the beaten track

© Visit Bergen / Photographer Per Nybø Because Bergen has a lot more to offer than exploring the famous Hanseatic wharf 'Bryggen', admire the view from Mount Floyen, visiting Edvard Grieg's home Troldhaugen, see 'The Scream' by Edvard Munch and visit the buzzing Bergen Fish Market. Discover one of Norway's most beautiful cities with this mini guide; Bergen off the beaten track. Stay at Hotel...

Min Engel in Bergen

Bergen is one of the most beautiful cities in Norway, and is really worth a visit. In addition to stunning nature, delicious seafood and friendly people they also have great shopping. One of my absolute favourite children fashion shops is located in Bergen, Min Engel (My Angel). Min Engel, founded in 2003, stock sought after Scandinavian design for children, everything from clothing and shoes to...