Finding an ideal charming hotel in Funasdalen does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Eriksgardens Fjallhotell, a nice option for travellers like you.
Eriksgardens Fjallhotell features room service. In addition, as a valued Eriksgardens Fjallhotell guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Eriks kök o bar, one of the steakhouses that can be found in Funasdalen, which is a short distance from Eriksgardens Fjallhotell.
Eriksgardens Fjallhotell puts the best of Funasdalen at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Me and my husband just moved from the USA to a small town in Norway a 2 hour drive from Funesdalen. Our area has no fine dining or anything luxury and we miss it badly. Since we moved to Norway this summer we have taken 2 trips to Eriksgården and our hearts are full when we leave. The highlight has been the SPA and the Champagne by the glass at the amazing and cozy restaurant. Also, you don't want to miss the pasta with local mushroom and truffle (probably a fall meal). If you can, upgrade to the junior suite. It it great for 3-6 people and has lots of space including an upstairs. Enjoy this lovely part of Sweden. And make sure you stay long enough to explore the amazing trails in the area (for hiking, biking and skiing).
Rooms, staff, service, spa, breakfast and dinner was just great. It's also very centrally placed in the village. We got the package deal. Sunday true Thursday. In that dinner is included and also preset what to include. My experience is that it means you will at least not like one dinner. That was not the case here. Every dinner tasted great If you do not now all the things you can do the staff will för sure help you!
Good location : quiet hotel, close to pleasant hikes with scenic views (lakes) and wildlife (many reindeers around) Breakfast buffet with a large choice of fresh & quality products : hot & cold Free access to pool and SPA (jaccuzzi, sauna) Dishes at restaurant are tasty and properly cooked Attentive staff We definitely enjoyed our stay (3 nights)
We were heading to this area to stay with our family in their mountain house, but unfortunately the family were all taken ill, such that we had to seek alternative accomodation. Having read some reviews we selected this hotel. We were welcomed by an excellent receptionist (Maria) who sorted our room requirement and bearing in mind our circumstances held room space for us for 4 nights. The original room was on the gound floor of the main building and was very nice indeed. After two nights it was the weekend and they were fully booked, but Maria managed to accomodate us in an adjacent "overspill" block which was perfectly adequate, given our circumstances.. The hotel is only 4/5 minutes walk from the village centre so very convenient for shops and the funicular railway up to the mountain top nearby. The overnight charge includes an excellent buffet breakfast, whilst we also used the in house restaurant for dinner on each of our four nights there. The food and wines were exceptional. Highly recommended.…
We had a great time during our summer stay. Stayed with our one year old son. Overall the staff was very helpful with any requests we had and quickly learned what we wanted. Very friendly atmosphere. Some flaws with the breakfast that was good but the juice was a bit bland. The nightclub is closed during summer which I believe added to the calm and family friendly atmosphere. Rooms where refurbished in 2015 and held a very good standard. Quiet and comfy beds. Ok bathroom. No elevator to the second floor though. Did eat at the restaurant all nights with their half pension package. Great food but wines where sub standard on the glass and no non alcoholic wines for my pregnant wife. Good value for the money is still my overall take. Will definitely consider a revisit during the summer time if in this area. …
This is a nice place to stop in Funäsdalen. The staff was friendly and rooms was recently renovated. I would have wished for a bit more space since we were two adults, one baby and two dogs. We enjoyed a nice breakfast.
We spent 3 days at the hotel and loved every minute of our stay. The hotel is situated in a valley overlooking a lake and mountains. The rooms are spacious and the beds are very comfortable. The hotel is newly renovated. The complimentary breakfast has an assortment of locally baked breads, cheeses, meats, eggs, jams and many more items. The coffee is delicious and strong and the home baked muffins make breakfast an event in itself. The hotel has easy access to mountain hikes and ski lifts. Reindeer roam freely and there is lots of wild life in the area. If you are looking for a special, unforgettable vacation, out of the ordinary, this is the place.
Perfect surroundings for Easter vacation. Take the bus to Ramundberget and ski across the mountains to get back to the hotel facing the sun all the way. Good meals at the hotel - with the largets collection of Readers Digests books I have ever seen.