Welcome to Stavanger Bed and Breakfast
Stavanger Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) is a warm and friendly place to stay, in the centre of Stavanger – all year round. We offer good quality, budget hotel accommodation for our guests.
- Free in-room WiFi internet access.
- Free cable-TV in every room.
- Complementary “home made” breakfast every morning.
- Complementary Norwegian style waffles served every evening around 7.30 pm.
- Free parking.
- 5 minute walk from downtown Stavanger, the “Hurtigbåt” terminal, train, bus and airport coach stations.
- Helpful hotel staff that speak English, German and French.
We take pride in running our small hotel and in our friendly staff. Michael, the owner of the hotel, who also doubles as the caretaker, the cook, the driver, the life of the party, etc., is always cheerful. He enjoys himself with the guests and always has a good story up his sleeve – and as we say in Stavanger, “laughter can make you live longer”.
He’s born and bred in Stavanger, and knows the place like the back of his hand. Michael is ready to share with his hotel guests what he knows about the town, its history and the surrounding places of interest. On their arrival at the hotel he gives all his guests a map of Stavanger with suggestions of what to see. Late arrivals get their maps after breakfast. He likes to sum it up by saying “I put every effort in to trying to ensure that my guests have a really enjoyable stay in Stavanger and at my hotel”.
Complementary parking at the hotel, central hotel location, five minute walk from the hotel to the bus and train stations, the Express “Hurtigbåt” Terminal for departures to and from Haugesund and Bergen, and the ferry to take you to Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen). Eight minutes from the hotel to the Cathedral, Town Square, Tourist Information Office and 10 minutes from the hotel to the Emigrant Exhibition Centre (Utvandrersentret). We are also an excellent starting point for the trip to Kjeragbolten. The ferries are just a short walk from us.
Have you seen these fantasic views of Stavanger? We recommend you have a look at the video below: