Øyna is situated at the top of Inderøy with stunning views of the Trondheimsfjorden. Øyna feature accommodation in rooms incorporated into the hill, a wonderful restaurant, viking inspired banqueting venue, meeting and event facilities and outdoor activities suitable for all ages.
ØYNA KULTURLANDSKAPSHOTELL – ACCOMMODATION WITH A VIEW IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE
At Øyna you can stay in modern rooms in beautiful surroundings integrated into the landscape. We have 18 spectacular hotel rooms, 2 of which are suites. Each room has large windows and private balconies and the rooms hang out over the landscape giving you a floating feeling.
Litjstua restaurant, with its panoramic windows, gives the impression of dining outdoors. Enjoy delicious dishes while admiring the sight of Inderøy’s beautiful scenery and the Trondheimfjord. 90 % of the produce used in the preparation of the dishes are sourced from the 10 municipalities that can be seen from Øyna.
LOCAL PRODUCTS ON THE MENU
The menu feature meat, fish and traditional dishes like burgers, sandwiches and salads, as well as delicious desserts – all prepared with a modern twist. All dishes include ingredients produced by members of the Golden Road in Inderøy.
EXCITING BANQUETING FACILITIES
The viking-inspired Langhuset at Øyna is perfect for celebrations like weddings and birthdays. Langhuset can accommodate up to 150 guests, and the unique design creates a very special atmosphere.
The new conference and meeting facilities are ideal for day meetings, evening meetings and lunch to lunch meetings and feature Innherred’s most magnificent panoramic views of the Borgenfjord and the Trondheimfjord. With a capacity of up to 60, the guests can enjoy educational days accompanied by delicious local food.
For those wanting to work up an appetite before lunch or dinner, Øyna offer many fun outdoor activities like football golf and nature trails, including a sandbox for the little ones.
Up to date opening hours for ØYNA is available on the page “opening hours for experiences along the Golden Road”.