/ Rjukan Gjestegård
I've e-mailed them but thought someone may be able to help whilst they reply
Not that I recall from last March, there was an eating area but it was only open when breakfast was being served.
There is a lobby next to reception where I think there may have been a kettle.
There is always the burger joint across the car park on the high street.
I've just got back from rjukan and we used the hytteby. They were awesome, all the facilities
last year the guests kitchen was being converted into something else. We managed to get access to the main kitchen which was great but I don't know if those arrangements are ongoing. Best to give them a ring. they are very friendly.
the Gjestegard has an excellent dryingroom so you won't need to get into wet climbing stuff each morning. Also it is rather a magnet to norwegian teenage parties at the weekend which isn't much fun.
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