Myhregaarden was a building in the crossing of Nygaten, Østervåg and Klubbgata, right next to Lars Oftedals plass in Stavanger.
In its earlier years, around mid-1800 to 1900, the building was used for brewery and accommodation, and later a butchery. The front of building as it is today was built between 1901 and 1906. Until 1966 it was seen as Stavanger’s largest private housing.
In 2000 Myhregaarden consisted of offices in three floors, and an apartment on top. Myhregaarden Hotel opened in August 2008, and it was built with an elegant style combined with modern design. Books have been placed in the hallways as a small library, where guests can borrow a book and return it upon their next visit.
Myhregaarden Apartments started in 2010, and we now offer several apartments in central Stavanger – all of them renewed with a high standard.