Munkeby Inn - accommodation for pilgrimsKilde: Munkeby Inn - The farm in between the monasteries!
We offer accommodation with a simple standard, but with a lot of soul. We are a natural choice for pilgrims and other travellers to Levanger.
We offer accommodation in the cosy old store house.
1 room accommodating 5 people and 1 room accommodating 9 people.
1 double room and 1 room with 2 sets of bunk beds (accommodating 4 people). Renovated in 2016.
3 bouble rooms and 2 family rooms accommodating a total of 14 people.Renovated in 2016 and facilitated for the disabled.
All rooms are close to sanitary building (renovated in 2016), with bathrooms, utility room. Shower and WC is facilitated for the disabled. There is a kitchen in Stabburet facilitating self catering.
Please note that when renting a bed in a dormitory room, be prepared that there may be several people in the same room!
CAFE AND FARM SHOP
Food is available to order in our cafe located in Masstua from 1829. We have retained the old character and ambience of the building. We serve coffe, pastries and simple lunch dishes. Enjoy the food inside or outside, weather permitting. In our farm shop we sell local food and produce and handicrafts.
We offer several meeting and banqueting rooms for hire at the farm.
The farm is located at the pilgrimage route, between the ruins of Munkeby monastery and the new Munkeby Mariakloster. People have left their mark on this fascinating cultural landscape for thousands of years, and traces from both bronze- and Viking ages are evident wherever you turn.
Steeped in the history that this area represents you find the farm Munkeby Søndre and Munkeby Inn, a unique haven that allows you to travel through the centuries of Norwegian history, at your own pace.
Open all year on demand!
- Camping and cottage
- Sanitary facilities
- Conference facilities
- Meeting facilities.
- Disabled persons
- Adapted for disabled
- Toilet for disabled persons
- General facilities
- Banqueting rooms
- Recreation room
- Kitchen and household
- Common kitchen
- Nature and terrain
- Pilgrims Trail