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Wood Hotel - Frich's Hotel & Spiseri
Wood Hotel - Frich's Hotel & Spiseri
8.2 Excellent
Tårnvegen 55, Ringsaker, Hedmark, Norway
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11.1 km from city centre, Ringsaker 
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8.2

Wood Hotel is situated in Ringsaker and features free Wi-Fi. It is set amongst a variety of dining options and is minutes on foot from Brumunddal Railway Station.

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Wood Hotel - Frich's Hotel & Spiseri
Wood Hotel - Frich's Hotel & Spiseri
8.2 Excellent
Tårnvegen 55, Ringsaker, Hedmark, Norway
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11.1 km from city centre,  

Wood Hotel is situated in Ringsaker and features free Wi-Fi. It is set amongst a variety of dining options and is minutes on foot from Brumunddal Railway Station.

$167
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Frich's Motell & Spiseri Rudshøgda AS
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Frich's Motell & Spiseri Rudshøgda AS

Rudsflata 2, Ringsaker, Hedmark, Norway

$140

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3 stars
Wood Hotel - Frich's Hotel & Spiseri
No. 1 most popular

Wood Hotel - Frich's Hotel & Spiseri

Tårnvegen 55, Ringsaker, Hedmark, Norway

8.2 Excellent
$167

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About Ringsaker

Named after an old farm that once occupied the region, Ringsaker is a sprawling municipality in Norway’s traditional region of Hedmarken. It hugs the shores of Mjøsa Lake and comprises several towns and villages, as well as one of Norway’s largest and most impressive medieval churches.

Things to do

In the heart of Ringsaker is a medieval church that dates back to the 12th century, although it has been enlarged and added to several times since. Constructed from limestone, the Ringsaker Kirke is topped by a 17th-century tower spire and features several murals that were uncovered during its 1960s restoration. Take note of the 16th-century candlesticks that sit atop the altar and the baptismal font dating from 1704.

A short drive from Ringsaker is the Prøysen Museum, which celebrates the life and legacy of the Norwegian author, poet and playwright, Alf Prøysen. Join a guided tour of his former cottage or attend one of the seasonal events featuring theatrical performances, live concerts and family-friendly activities. Home-style fare is served at Kafé Julie, which is named after Alf’s mother.

Ringsaker lies on the shores of Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa, which is well stocked with pike, perch and Mjøsa trout (some of which can grow up to 15 kilograms). The Dovre railway line that connects Oslo with Trondheim hugs its eastern shore, while the ruins of Mjøskastellet, a medieval fort established by King Haakon IV in the 13th century, can be found on the islet of Steinsholmen.

Getting around

Ringsaker is around 30 minutes’ drive from Lillehammer and just under two hours from Oslo. Oslo Airport is a little over an hour away. Buses connect towns and villages throughout the municipality. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting around.

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  • What are the best hotels in Ringsaker?

    Topcamp Mjøsa - Brumunddal is a very popular hotel in Ringsaker, with a score of 7.5 from 31 reviews. Overnattingsrom langs E6 - Rudshøgda (7.5 from 15 reviews) and Apartment with lovely city view (9.0 from 14 reviews) are also highly rated Ringsaker hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.