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Family run hotel in Jostedal, on the doorstep to the Jostedalsbreen National Park.

The hotel can offer 46 beds (singel-, double-,twin- and triple rooms). Most of the rooms have been recently renovated and have a high standard with tiled bathrooms and hardwood floors. All the rooms have have light colours and make a perfect place for relaxation. The rooms also have TV and wireless internett free of charge.

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Jostedal Hotel

Family run hotel in Jostedal, on the doorstep to the Jostedalsbreen National Park. The hotel can offer 46 beds (singel-, double-,twin- and triple roo...

Jostedal Hotel

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