An idyllic location by Selbusjøen lake
The property of Havernesset in Selbu has been the site of business activity since around 1850. It was built for the merchant Fredrik Birch, who established a trading post in 1850 with the assent of King Oscar I. Selbusjøen Hotell & Gjestegård opened its doors in 1988, and are working constantly to develop and further improve the venue, and nurture its history. They are conscious of the cultural heritage and want to preserve all that is historic and authentic, so that the hotel is a good place to be.
At Selbusjøen Hotell & Gjestegård you will find time to breath, away from your busy everyday life - in the forest, on the veranda, or by the lake.
Selbu is widely known for its knitting traditions, and there are good opportunities for trout fishing and walks on signposted trails. The hotel enjoys an idyllic location by Selbusjøen lake, close to county road 705 that links the E6 to the Røros region. It is also conveniently located to getting to and from Trondheim Airport, Værnes.