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Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel

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Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem
Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem
Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem
Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem
Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem
Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem
Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel Photo: Norske Vandrerhjem

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  • Breakfast included

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Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel is located at the inmost area of Lysefjorden, Ryfylket in Rogaland County. Lysefjorden is a nice starting point for many exciting trips, for instance “Mount Kjerag” or “Nilsebu”. Powerful, wild nature with great contrasts stands out for this idyllic place. In many places the mountain walls shoot 900 meters straight up from the fjord, and some places the fjords itself has the same depth. This makes for an experience you will never forget.

The hostel offers different kinds of accommodation; single, double, and family rooms. Single bed in a multi-bedded room (sharing with people of the same sex) is also available. Good self catering facilities

For updated prices, please go to www.hihostels.no/lysefjorden/

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Facility overview

  • Breakfast included
  • General facilities

    • parking
    • breakfast included
    • coach/truck parking
    • patio
  • Season

    • open in the season
  • Credit cards

    • credit cards accepted
  • Activities

    • hiking
  • Kitchen and household

    • bed clothes for rental
    • Common kitchen
  • Discounts

    • member's discount
    • group prices
    • family discount
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Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel

Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel is located at the inmost area of Lysefjorden, Ryfylket in Rogaland County. Lysefjorden is a nice starting point...

Lysefjorden Youth and Family Hostel

Source: Visitnorway

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