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Børsteinen

Børsteinen Photo: Sirdalsferie
Børsteinen Photo: Sirdalsferie

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The trip to Børstein is perfect for those with young children, due to its short distance from the road and gentle terrain.
The cabin has 12 beds in 4 bedrooms and can be rented from Stavanger Turistforening. There is also a loft with mattresses. This is an ideal location for the whole family to go swimming in Børsteinsvatnet or try their luck fishing!! The cabin is unattended which means there are no provisions, but there are facilities for cooking.

During the winter it is closed as this is a conservation area because of reindeer in the area

Facilities

  • Activities

    • mountain hiking
    • freshwater fishing
  • Camping and cottage

    • bed linen

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Børsteinen

The trip to Børstein is perfect for those with young children, due to its short distance from the road and gentle terrain. The cabin has 12 beds in 4...

Børsteinen

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