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Agahytter

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Agahytter Photo: Erling Aga
Agahytter Photo: Erling Aga
Agahytter Photo: Erling Aga
Agahytter Photo: Erling Aga
Agahytter Photo: Erling Aga
Agahytter Photo: Erling Aga

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Agahytter is located in Hardanger, one of the most spectacular regions of Western Norway. The village is called Aga and is situated by Sørfjorden which is part of the Hardanger Fjord. This is a working farm with dairy, egg and fruit production. Our two horses are available for horseback riding or to help carry your equipment up the mountain.

The holiday home is only 10 metres from the fjord. It has been beautifully restored and is of high standard. Each room has a pine interior. At ground floor, you’ll find an apartment with 3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and living room. 1st floor comprises 2 apartments, each featuring 3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and living room.

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1/1/2010 - 12/31/2014
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Agahytter

Agahytter is located in Hardanger, one of the most spectacular regions of Western Norway. The village is called Aga and is situated by Sørfjorden whic...

Agahytter

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