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Olderdalen

Siam Apartment

3 km south of Olderdalen, at Slettvoll, you can rent a small apartment. The apartment has a livingroom, one bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. There is room for 3-4 persons. The couch in the livingroom can be turned into a bed.

Åseral

Åseral Turistsenter

Åseral Turistsenter is located in Eikerapen, approximately 400 m above sea level.

Kristiansand S

Thon Hotel Kristiansand

Central hotel with short distance to all of the city’s facilities.

Bø i Telemark

Mørkholt Farm

Mørkholt has a large farmyard with great possibilities for playing soccer and other ball games, as well as plenty of animals to make friends with. The...

Stjørdal

Quality Airport Hotel Værnes -

Welcome to Quality Airport Hotel Værnes. We are located in the centre of Stjørdal, 3 km from Trondheim Airport Værnes. The hotel has 147 rooms, all wit...

Sandstad

Holiday home with many beds in Skårøya, Hitra

Skårøya is a traffic-free island in the stunning archipelago of Hitra - three hours from Trondheim. Three houses with 70 beds, catering and dining roo...

Hovden i Setesdal

Hovden Fjellstoge og Vandrerhjem

On the top of the Setesdal Valley, 2.7 km north of central Hovden, you find Hovden Fjellstoge. In beautiful surroundings close to the river Otra, Hovde...

SULITJELMA

Sulitjelma fjellandsby

Apartments with 4 bedrooms that can accomodate up to 7 people.

LANDEGODE

Landego Lighthouse

The island of Landegode lies just off Bodø and is a beautiful natural gem, both when bathed in the light of the midnight sun in summer, and when the northern lights lend lustre to the island in winter.

KJERRINGØY

Kjerringøy camping

The camp site is situated by the sea. If you wish to wake up to the lively chirping of birds, and find peace and quiet for body and soul, then this is the place for you. The location is sheltered, and in summer the sun may shine almost 24 hours a day.
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