Rich in tradition for the discerning and adventurous
An old coaching house with 14 buildings in a farmyard from the 1700s, Røisheim has a long tradition of taking care of the discerning, adventurous mountain tourist - whether they want to climb the peaks of Jotunheimen, or seek the atmosphere and renowned kitchen of the old, protected coaching house. It is not difficult to understand why famous artists like Grieg, Ibsen, Thaulow, and Munthe fell in love with this place as early as a hundred years ago. After 150 years as a coaching station and hotel, Røisheim is still among the finest Norway has to offer. Tar painted houses in a lush landscape, and rooms restored with piety. The hosts make sure that guests are taken care of in the very best way. An expedition to the Galdhøpiggen mountain is on many people’s wish list during their stay. But Røisheim is still a love that attracts people just by being itself - of cultural historic origins.