The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is located in the Dovrefjell National Park and overlooks the magnificent Snøhetta Mountain itself.
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The Last Wild Reindeers in Norway

Revered for its sublime beauty and ethereal landscapes, Norway is graced with natural phenomena and vistas so stunning that they could easily belong within the pages of a fairy tale. 

Wilderness of Norway and the wild reindeer close to Valdres

While most visitors hearken to its glistening windswept shores in order to glimpse the magic of the Aurora Borealis, or The Northern Lights, a riveting new structure has been erected a mere two hours from Valdres and its White Line Hotel, The Herangtunet, which plays witness to a phenomenon of a different kind: the last of the wild reindeer herds in Europe.

The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is located in the Dovrefjell National Park and overlooks the magnificent Snøhetta Mountain itself.

The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is located in the Dovrefjell National Park and overlooks the magnificent Snøhetta Mountain itself.
Wild reindeer in the snows of Norway close to Valdres
The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is located in the Dovrefjell National Park and overlooks the magnificent Snøhetta Mountain itself.

A mesmerizingly undulating wooden building, it mirrors the ripples of the surrounding landscape and perfectly settles into the eye-line, following the plains up to the surrounding Dovre mountain ranges above.

This one-ness with surrounding nature is perfectly replicated in our favourite Valdres hotel, The Herangtunet, which effortlessly carries you away on a holiday of serenity and peace, deep within the pine forest. A classically Nordic wooden design its picture perfect exterior sits safe within a beautiful rural village, watched over protectively by the gentle mountains above.

Herangtunet Boutique Hotel, in Valdres, Norway - traditional house in the forests | White Line Hotel

An effortlessly stylish space, this magnificent, fairy tale-like, timber clad house is home to fabulous interiors that blend Nordic comfort and chic with a buzzing metropolitan edge. 

All housed amongst the scents of snow and pine trees, and by the stunning Heggefjord lakes; this serene seclusion heralds the ultimate in true Norwegian living.

All the while, we should say, being almost bang in the centre of Norway, and so conveniently close to, well, everywhere. 

Travelling in Norway demands that you take it slow, as the scenery you pass is just too good to miss.

So traverse your way through some of the most beautiful natural spectacles in the world and in a few hours you will find yourself in Oslo, Bergen, the nearby ski resort of Beitostølen, or even the Dovrefjell National Park and its sublime Snøhetta Reindeer Pavilion.

Only open until the end of October, Snøhetta’s Reindeer Pavilion would be a fantastic architectural escape should you be looking for somewhere fabulous to stay next year (The Herangtunet) or should you even be on the way there now…

Traditional Norwegian wooden house and entrance to the boutique hotel, Herangtunet in Valdres

Perfect for modern-day tree hugging nomads of style, The Herangtunet brings you a truly rural, comforting, Nordic escape, as beautiful in snow as it is in the sun; a miraculously perfect destination all year long.

Stuning interior design of the Herangtunet Boutique Hotel in Valdres, Norway, White Line Hotels

White Line Hotels® seek out the very best, stylish hotels in each destination, so you don’t have to.

Images © Ketil Jacobsen, diephotodesgner.de, Roger Brennhagen & Herangtunet Boutique Hotel Norway

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