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Sevletunet is a family owned farm situated 2,5 hours from Oslo and 4-5 hours drive from Bergen. The mountain sides and the fiord are surrounding the farm, and the farm itself consists of old preserved buildings and several restored buildings, where we offer accommodation (B&B and self catering), and locations for different occasions and food serving.
Our farm is especially popular for people wanting a more authentic stay, that are tired of staying in hotels, for families that would like a rural and homely atmosphere and for culturally interested people.
In the heart of Heidal in Gudbrandsdal, Nordre Ekre offers first-class dining and accommodation in their restored old timber farmhouses.
Comfortable fishermen's cottages
Situated in the middle of the hiking and trails at Golsfjell you'll find this unique rustic lodge. You can stay in traditional detached cottages or co...
Paulsens Hotel has a unique old style design and atmosphere which is situated in the centre of Lyngdal; 1,5 hour drive from Kristiansand. The hotel has ten double-rooms, of which two has a seperate bathroom. The rest of the rooms share bathrooms in the hallway.
During the last 36 years (!) FCC now served as a starting point for tours around Lake Femund. The canoe camp is located far away from cities, in the...
The campsite is situated by the western shore of lake Nisser. Here is some of Norway's best inland beaches with fantastic swimming conditions.
Fossum and Fossumsanden Camping is beautiful located in a spectacular and sunny area near beautiful lake Skrevatn north of Fyresdal. Cabins, bed & breakfast, suitable for camping wagon/caravans and tents.
The Stavanger port authorities provides mooring in two guest marinas: The Vågen marina - situated right in the centre of Stavanger. - boats up to 50 ft...
Skarsmoen Farm is located in a spectacular woodland area between Øyer and Tretten, and offers an interesting and diverse flora (0.7 km from the E6). As you walk through beautiful terrain (way-marked trails) you may meet elk, deer and other wild animals.