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Holiday Cottage in Marifjøra

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Read more: Marifjøra sommarhus
Read more: Marifjøra Sjøbuer (utsikt)
Read more: Sommarhus i Marifjøra (soverom)
Read more: Sommarhus i Marifjøra (stove)

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  • Dishwasher

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Description

This old house has been renewed and is sutable for families up to 5.

On the first floor you get a big kitchen, big livingroom, a new bathroom and one bedroom. At the secound floor you get 2 bedrooms, lavatory and veranda.

- Own garden w/BBQ and outdoor furnitures.

- Access to wharf area and boats you can rent.

- Wireless Internet is available (1 week = 200kr) 

The house is placed behinde Marifjøra Sjøbuer and has a good view over the fjord and the surrounding area.

- Parking spot by the house.

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  • Cottages & Holiday houses Cottages & Holiday houses

Facility overview

  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen and household

    • wood stove
    • washing machine
    • dishwasher
    • kitchen available
    • dining area
    • freezer
    • oven
    • coffee maker
  • General facilities

    • toilet
    • open all year
    • wireless Internet
    • satellite dish
    • outdoor furniture
  • Other accommodation

    • house
  • Hire

    • bicycles
    • fishing equipment
    • boat rental
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This old house has been renewed and is sutable for families up to 5. On the first floor you get a big kitchen, big livingroom, a new bathroom and one...

Holiday Cottage in Marifjøra

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