Falstad Centre: Accommodation in a former concentration camp form WWII
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Falstad Centre: Accommodation in a former concentration camp form WWII

Enjoy the peace and quiet in a rural setting at the Falstad Center - a national memorial in the main building of the former German prison camp SS Strafgefangenlager Falstad from the 2nd world war.

In other words, when you stay at the Falstad Centre, you sleep in hotel rooms in a historic setting.
The Falstad centre has 28 rooms, single and double, with a total of 55 beds.

Access to the museumAs a guest you get access to exhibitions, libraries and other offers and can spend time in a meaningful atmosphere.

Good hiking opportunities in the immediate area
The Falstad centre is surrounded by a beautiful cultural landscape and excellent hiking terrain. There are marked beautiful local hiking trails, bird towers and climbing fields with close to 100 routes. There is a short walk from the centre to the Falstad Forest which is a memorial commemorating those who were executed during World War II. The trail is about 2 km long and runs along a small river. Along the way you pass 22 bridges.

Accommodation rates - incluing breakfast
Single rooms from NOK 990,– 
Double rooms from NOK 1195,– 
Advance booking. Check-in before16.00, unless otherwse agreed.

For booking or more information contact us on post@falstadsentere.no or tel +47 74 02 80 40.

Excerpt of some of the feedback on booking.com from guests who have stayed at Falstadsenteret:

«Strong experience to spend the night in a historically important place. Good space. Nice room. Food when it suited me »

«This was both accommodation and a museum with important Norwegian history. Very nice staff, basic nice big rooms. Good breakfast and nice premises. Interesting and important war history from World War II on the premises. »

«This was an overnight stay with content. When you spend the night you have access to the museum, a beautiful and modern museum, which gave us new knowledge about the war. A visit to Falstadskogen, where approx. 200 Prisoners of war were executed, is also worth a visit. To get there you can walk parts of the pilgrimage route.»

"A night in a former prison. Nice and clean. As an overnight guest we could see the exhibition whenever we wanted. Quiet area. Nice to be able to learn a little history in combination with an overnight stay."

 We will make sure that you get a historical and memorable experience every time you visit us.



  • Conference facilities
    • Meeting facilities.
  • Disabled persons
    • Adapted for disabled
  • General facilities
    • Food/refreshments
    • Open all year
    • Outdoor parking - free
  • Licensed premises
    • Fully licensed
  • Other accommodation
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