No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlanten Motel Kristiansund
There was nothing wrong with the receptionist or our welcome. The cabin was clean and roomy. It's a caravan park cabin - so what we expected. And a heater too! Breakfast was tasty and sumptuous!
We walked into town beside the road - it takes half the time going along the harbour (through the old shipbuilder's yards) - but we didn't get given that information (lost a star there). We were looking for a budget place and we have no complaints about Atlanten.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Atlanten Motel Kristiansund
Travel Blogs from Kristiansund
... of St Olav, the patron saint of Norway, work started on Nidaros Cathedral in the 12th century. It was incredible. The sheer height of it and the complex architecture captured our attention and we were spellbound. It reminded me very much of Notre Dame. Before we knew it it was 9.30am and we reluctantly headed for the exit. We were surprised to find that it was raining, and quite heavily at that. We headed straight ahead, where our earlier driver had indicated taxis would be waiting, ...
... of Roses. We walked to the Romsdal Outdoor Museum which consists of some 35 buildings, typical of houses built in the region in the 17th through 20th century. The museum includes the so-called Bygata (town street), which aims to recreate Molde the way it might have looked before the fire of 1916 and the bombings of World War II. The turf roofs are made up of 3 to 7 layers of sod which was used to stabilize the house and for ...
A guy from cruise critic had organized a full day tour today, with a bus load of others. We took the bus north on the great Atlantic road, a recently built road connecting many islands with bridges that has become on of the top tourist attractions of Norway. On a neighboring island, we stopped at the stave church in Kvarnes. There are only a couple dozen of the wooden churches left in Norway, built about ...
... goes right through you rather than round you) onshore gale blowing.
Road, ferry and tunnel charges mounting, (based on the length of your vehicle), we elected to go back another way and found a beautiful free camp overlooking a fjord at Gaustad. The toll system here is "user pays" that seems fair, I guess, but mounts up ...
We were up, dressed, fed & raring to go as we entered the town of Kristiansund. This would be the northern most point of our cruise. The town is spread over 5 islands, if I remember correctly. So entering the port meant navigating through these small islands. There were colorful, traditional Norwegian homes all over the hills mixed with contemporary styles. In the middle of one island, the first we passed, stood an old stone church, stone ...