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Family-managed accommodation in a house from 1914, just across the street from Vigeland Scultpure Park.

Frogner Bed & Breakfast has 3 guest rooms.
Room 1: large double bedroom with an en suite bathroom and kitchen facilities for self catering.
Room 2: double bedroom with a shared bathroom (can be connected with Room 1)
Room 3: room with private bathroom and kitchen facilities

Breakfast is available for an additional NOK 70 per person and must be ordered before 8 pm the night before.

Extra charge for stays of only one night: NOK 150 (only 15 April-15 September)
Extra bed: NOK 150
Parking: NOK 50

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Frogner Bed & Breakfast

Family-managed accommodation in a house from 1914, just across the street from Vigeland Scultpure Park. Frogner Bed & Breakfast has 3 guest rooms....

Frogner Bed & Breakfast

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