We do serve excellent, home made food.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper.
Coffe, tea, soft, beer, wine and liquor.
We have 3 nice rooms and 1 appartment, all with shower and TV. (The appartment is new!)
Open 24 hours every day. Kiosk with sweets and Norwegian newspapers.
Catering and party arrangements.
Smøla is tied to the mainland by the car ferry and by the coastal express.
Trondheim-Smøla: 2h 30 min. - Kristiansund-Smøla: 35 min. (with the coastal express).
A very good cook-book-link is: Old Cookbooks and Food History
Smøla (area 275 km²) is the island in the big ocean, with Europe's largest "fiskevær". Smøla is known for its flat prairielike landscape. The coast off Smøla consists of more than 5.800 small islands, holms and rocks. Highest level is 70 meters above sea level (Kuli). Smøla has a very rich wild animal and bird life. Along the 439 km long coastal line thousands of sea birds are hatching. From the ocean here you can get all kinds of fish, also salmon.
The charophyte Chara baltica Bruzelius found on the island of Smøla.
In Norway Chara baltica is a rare species, currently known only from Smøla in Norway. The species reported from a brackish water pond on the island of Smøla. There is reason to believe that shorebirds and geese have been important for the dispersal of this species.
Cast a Reel on Smøla
Looking for the next trophy fish? Head to the island of Smøla off Norway's Atlantic coast. The island offers both spectacular scenery and an excellent strip of sea guaranteed to serve up a healthy selection of cod, baby shark, salmon, and sea trout. You will find the best views of the surrounding stormy waters here.