Lilland Hotell

Transport description
From Stavanger : Ferry to Tau . Located on top of the hill at the dock .

Licensed premises

Licensed lounge


All year round


The Lilland hotel is a family-run charming place with a lot of atmosphere. As a tourist in Ryfylke and as guest at our hotel you will stay central in a region with a lot of nature attractions. The starting point for the hiking tour to the Pulpit Rock is just 15 minutes by car from us.

Our hotel is in short walking distance to the ferry quay in Tau and the crossing to Stavanger is at about 30 minutes. So our hotel is a good alternative if you have business to do in Stavanger. Also the village of Tau has a variety of shops.

Beside the 32 hotel rooms we offer attractive course and conference facilities in both modern and historic conference rooms. Additionally we have a wide range of culinary specialties and a lot of activities.

The bus stop is just outside the hotel. During summer there is a bus connection to the starting point of the hiking tour to the Pulpit Rock. Also other hiking trails starts just outside the hotel.

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Contact details

Reisemål Ryfylke AS | NO-4130 Hjelmeland

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