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The Hotel

Hustadvika Gjestegård

Hustadvika Guesthouse is located right at the edge of the ocean. Hustadvika is one of the most dramatic stretches along the Norwegian coast. If you are here on a rough day, you will really feel the forces of nature. If you are here on a day of nice weather, you will feel the beauty of the coastal landscape.
We have 17 rooms and suites with a total of 32 beds, and 13 sea houses sleeping 4-5 each. Good, flexible meeting rooms cover most needs.
 

Beliggenhet
Gjestegårdens unike beliggenhet ved storhavet gjør stedet til en stor naturopplevelse til alle årstider. Her er det rike muligheter for fiske fra småbåter som kan leies.

Kurs/Konferanse
Som et godt vertskap ønsker vi at du/dere skal få en god opplevelse og trivsel ute hos oss. Vi hjelper deg å skreddersy ditt kurs/konferanse opphold med spennende og lærerike aktiviteter. Vi kan også være behjelpelige med å bestille eksterne tjenester.
 

Ferie/fritid
Legger du ferie sammen med din familie, venner, kollegaer osv., så er det masse spennende, interessante og lærerike ting å oppleve i vårt nærområde. Vi vil gjerne dele vår kunnskap om hvordan dette er tilgjengelig for deg. Mange aktiviteter som fiske, sykling, dykking, fjellturer etc.. Vi kan være behjelpelig med tips og info som kan gi ditt opphold størst mulig verdi.

Selskap
Vi hjelper deg å arrangere barnedåp, konfirmasjon, bryllup, fødselsdag, jubileum, firmafest. Kort sagt: enhver festlig begivenhet. Alt sammen i rolige atmosfærer. Vi har separat selskapslokale som kan ta opptil 100 personer.

 

Courses and Meetings

Arranged for successful courses and meetings

Hustadvika Guesthouse has practical and flexible meeting rooms. If it is desired to screen the participants from other guests, this is easy to do. This because of the combination of hotel and sea house, and the option of serving meals in several places.
 

Meeting room capacity

Vikingsalen (the Viking Hall)
- 66 persons in classroom

Second Floor
- 32 persons classroom

Bryggeloftet (the Bridge Loft)
- 20 persons single table

Technical Equipment:
- Video projector
- Overhead
- Flipover
- Wireless network

Serving
Coffee/tea, water, and fruit is standard for all our meeting rooms and is included in the price.

Other serving upon agreement.

Individual arrangement
Most wishes and needs can be satisfied. It will be useful to indicate such in the planning phase and/or when ordering.


 

Rooms

All rooms have a sea view

The hotel wing has 17 hotel rooms sized 22 to 44 square meters (237 to 474 square feet). Two of these are suites, one junior suite, and a senior suite. All rooms are bright and light and have a sea view.
The rooms are tastefully furnished with sitting groups workplace and beds with good mattresses. Everything is kept in a maritime style so you will never forget that you are at the edge of the ocean.
See also Sea Houses
 

Antall hotellrom : 17

Antall senger : 32

Handicaprom: 1

Rommene er smakelig innredet med sittegrupper, arbeidsplass og senger med gode madrasser. Alt er holdt i et maritimt preg, så du vil aldri glemme at du oppholder deg på en plass helt ut mot storhavet.

Alle rommene våre er røykfrie og ligger i samme fløy som velværesenteret.

 

Sea Houses

Well equipped houses with self-cooking possibility

Hustadvika Guesthouse has 13 sea houses. The sea houses are 60 square meters (646 square feet) in size and have 4-5 beds in two sleeping rooms. All sea houses have fully equipped kitchen and bath with a shower.
The sea houses are much used by guests staying here for fishing and wanting to prepare their catch themselves.
 

Vi har totalt 13 sjøhus på Hustadvika Gjestegård. De 13 sjøhusene har ferdig utstyrt kjøkken og bad med dusj. Noen av sjøhusene har også peis og god utsikt utover havet. Feltet med hus ligger plassert i umiddelbar nærhet til administrasjons-bygningen, hotellfløyen og velværesenteret.

 

Food and drinks

Look forward to tasting the best the sea may provide

Out here at the coast in the middle of one of the world's greatest food supplies, we have good access to fish and shellfish of superior quality. The response is very good. Seafood is popular. With us, you will get both traditional courses and new dishes with new tastes. The chefs' imagination and playfulness is well developed.
 

Restaurant and social facilities

Vikingsalen (the Viking Hall)
This is a grand hall with a fireplace for somewhat larger groups. 90 seats.

Second floor
Has a fantastic view of the ocean and the mountain tops. Own enclosed area with bar. 100 seats.

Skipper Room
This is a warm and cozy dining hall with sofa group, fireplace, and its own bar. 50 seats.

Bryggeloftet (the Bridge Loft)
A cozy little room with sofa groups, fireplace, and a nice ocean view. Very suitable for smaller groups up to 20 persons.


 

Weddings

We will make the great day the greatest day

Hustadvika Guesthouse has long traditions holding celebrations, whether a small intimate wedding or a large wedding. No grander frame to the great day can be found.
 

Locating the wedding party at Hustadvika Guesthouse ensures you

• Good service from first contact to completed event

• Your guests are our guests; we take care of everybody

• Great flexibility on individual wishes and needs

• Locally sourced food of high quality.

Exclusivity:
Hustadvika Guesthouse has 17 delectable hotel rooms and 13 charming sea houses.
Everything may be reservered for the wedding guests.
We also have our own bridal suite. The bride and groom may retire here and digest all the impressions.
The hotel's wedding package is a good starting point for the arrangement, saving you lots of work.

The wedding package contains:
• 3-course wedding dinner chosen from our party menu.
• Cake and coffee buffet with the guests' own cakes.
• Reserved room rent for the whole company, also after dinner.
• Decking up with white tablecloths, linen napkins, candles, and single roses in vases.
• Personal contact person
• 2 meetings for planning/arrangement of the wedding.

Celebrating the greatest day of life in Hustadvika Guesthouse at the mouth of the sea will set an impressive frame for the great day.


 

Wellness

New sauna, bubble bath and solarium.

The Hustadvika wellness centre has a nice location right at the sea and has its own bridge for a morning swim.
 

The Spirit Shop

Dramatic local history

Here, the dramatic local history of the Hustad region is told. We look back to the early 12th century when King Øystein Magnusson held court at Hustad and move onwards to the past century when people survived on fishery and farming.
Hustadvika is one of the most feared stretches of the Norwegian coast. This has always marked the people here and is an important part of history. And then you must of course learn about the activity here, where we now are. Visiting the Spirit Shop is an extraordinary aperitif.
 

The Museum

The History of a Dutch shipwreck

A Cultural Sight sign on the seabed tells scuba divers that they have arrived at the right spot, namely where a Dutch merchant vessel was wrecked in the early 18th century. In 1985, two scuba divers from Molde found the so-called Stoplelei Wreck in Hustadvika, and marine archeologists immediately became interested in the ship.
 

The wettest attraction of Hustadvika
When the unknown merchant vessel was lost with man and mouse in Stopleleden close to 300 years ago, this tooks place in one of the sections of the Norwegian coast offering the roughest weather. At that time, Dutch vessels frequently sailed along the coast.

From the late 16th century and far into the 18th century, Romsdalen and Nordmøre participated in extensive timber trade with the continent. Many refer to this period as Hollendertiden (the Dutch time) because of the Norwegian trade with the Netherlands, the leading shipbuilding nation in Europe.

Food collection produced a historic find
During their winter vacation in 1985, the two scuba divers Bjørnar Johansen and David Berg Tuddenham travelled to Hustadvika for a diving trip. The two guys intended to collect mussels, crabs, and other seafood goodies, but they rapidly lost focus when halfway in their dive they became aware of large quantities of yellow bricks on the seabed. During this dive, they understood that they had discovered a shipwreck with a very exciting load.

The find was reported to the NTNU University Museum, and it did not take long before conservator Jørgen Fastner and archaeologist Kristian Pettersen arrived from Trondheim to visit. The practical excavation of the shipwreck was carried out by voluntary divers from the Molde Diving Club with Knud Jørgensen leading the work. For one of the divers, Berg Tuddenham, the excavation job had the personal consequence that he later was educated as an archaeologist with protection of cultural heritage under water as his field of work.

Exhibition
Two summer seasons were used for excavating all the material of the wreck. These objects may today be found at NTNU Vitenskapsmagasinet (Scientific Storage Site), the Romsdal Museum, and out at Hustadvika Guesthouse. Our location is only six kilometers as the crow flies from the wreck site, and on a stormy day it is easy to imagine the drama taking place in Stolpeleden 300 years ago.

Hustadvika Guesthouse appreciates being able to show the more than 300 well-preserved objects; in our boat shed loft in Storholmvågen, everybody may visit the exhibition during our opening hours.


 

History

Timber and fish trade

STORHOLMEN is the name of the place where Hustadvika Guesthouse is located. The location has been on the map since the 16th century. At this time and even before, timber was shipped out to Holland from here
 

Thus it has been a trading centre, and the place has had many owners, mostly traders from Kristiansund and Trondheim. One of today’s best-known names is Lossius from Kristiansund. Captain Lossius owned Storholmen for a period up to 1746. In the 19th century, the owners were more local.

By the scale of the time, it was big business. Jekts (a wide-hulled cargo sailboat) and galleasses brought salted cod in from Lofoten and Finnmark. This generated intense fish-drying activity over the spring and summer.

Storholmen had both innkeeping and spirit sale. At most, up to 200 men worked here.

During a storm in 1901, the high water took everything with it which had been built around the sound of Storholmvågen, and all operations were more or less terminated. 18 sea houses were levelled.