With only 18 bedrooms, Villa Terminus is the smallest hotel in the hyper-local hotel group De Bergenske, a family-run collection of five remarkable – and remarkably different – historic properties all in the heart of the city. Originally built by local merchant and philanthropist Zander Kaae as a refuge for families in need, the late 18th century building, just opposite Bergen’s train station, has been converted into a charming bed and breakfast that combines rustic spaces with a clean, Nordic sensibility. Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune have stayed true to the bones of the building by embellishing original timber beams and quaint sloped attic rooms with a mix of 20th century classics and modern furnishings, including pieces from their own collection such as the Lima chair for Italian brand Tacchini. Check-in and out, bar and restaurant at the next door Grand Hotel Terminus.✅Free Wi-Fi
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