Planning a trip to Inderøy? Stay with one of the accommodation places in “Fuglekassen”, while experiencing this beautiful peninsula. Taste local food, sleep well in one of “Fuglekassen’s” accommodation places and see local art.
Fuglekassen offer varied accommodation with self – catering – breakfast can also be arranged. You can choose between 6 different locations throughout Inderøy. They are an exciting alternative to traditional camping and hotel accommodation. Would it tempt you to stay high up the tree tops or in a cabin right on the seashore? Especially nice for bird watchers.
Straumen town centre
Nils Aas kunstverksted is located in Straumen town centre with a permanent exhibition of art by sculptor Nils Aas and temporary exhibitions of contemporary Norwegian art. Nils Aas is one of Norway’s most significant sculptors. In the Muustrø park close by the workshop, you can use all your senses, while you wander along the path. In additions to small and large sculptures by Nils Aas, you will find the oldest house in Inderøy “Ringstu” and the Muustrøbridge from 1816. In the town centre,there are cozy shps and old wooden houses, down by the sea.
If you like hiking, there is an excellent hiking route: Gulburet to Øyna – historic trail with wondrous flavours. From Gulburet to Øyna, you follow the old beaten track on the hillside over Inderøy. The walk goes along fields and meadows, forest and sea and should you wish to do so, you can order delicious food at Gulburet and Øyna.
You can hire bikes at Inderøy. A round trip of Inderøy offer cozy farm shops and local arists. It is short distance between the various stops and Inderøy is perfect for an adventurous bike ride.
In addition to accommodation boat hire is available at Letnes and in Rolshamn (Rols harbour).