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Obrestad Hytteutleie, Brekkebua

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Our cabin (56 m2 + Hems 8 m2) was built in June 2000 and has a terrace (8 m2) and garden.
One part of the cabin is a 100 year old granary, which is conserved.

From the cabin you have a nice view to the port of Obrestad, the Kongevegen (King's path) and the beach which is very close. The distance to the sea is just 200 m.

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Obrestad Hytteutleie, Brekkebua

Our cabin (56 m2 + Hems 8 m2) was built in June 2000 and has a terrace (8 m2) and garden. One part of the cabin is a 100 year old granary, which is...

Obrestad Hytteutleie, Brekkebua

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