Dragsvik Fjordhotell is in an ideal location on a peninsula that lies between the fjord and mountains with views of Jostefonn which is a little glacier connected to Jostadalsbreen National Park.
We are in a great location if you want peace and quiet, go on hikes in the mountains, enjoy time by the fjord, or just take it easy and enjoy the view.
Dragsvik is a perfect central point where you can take day hikes, go out for local culture attractions, and visit local towns in Sognefjord. We are 300 meters from the car ferry which is the main form to come to Balestrand municipality, and 9 km from Balestrand town center which is 9 km from our hotel. We are in a fine location to reach destinations in the entire Sognefjord. This is the national tourist route called Guarfjell www.gaularfjell.no.
We are a perfect stop if you are on a road tour, and the National Tourist Route is right outside our door. www.nasjonaleturistveger.no/en/routes. It is easy to take a trip around the fjords or to the coast.
If you come with the passenger ferry from Flåm or Bergen to Balestran center, a rental car can be delivered to you upon arrival. You can make a reservation with
For those who are just out for a car tour, long or short, and need a break from the busy city, this is an ideal location for a stop over for a night or two.
Please arrange in advance for special transport arrangements to the hotel. We can accomodate eight passengers with baggage.
The outdoors here are breathtaking here with many things to discover on both sides of the fjord. The mountains and glacier to the waters edge dotted with small islands.
Esefjorden has a special feel with it's majestic peaks and peaceful inlet. This region has inspired many artists whose work reflects the beauty and serenity found here.
All seasons have their own charm here. Spring is beautiful with blossoming trees and snow on the peaks. Summer is saturated with green-it is beautiful and fresh. When fall comes there are rich and deep colors in the trees, reflecting on the fjord as you feel the light change with the sound of winter coming.