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Røros

Solheim Pensjonat

We offer 6 rooms with breakfast and 1 self contained appartment in our charming and nostalgic B&B from 1939. Sleep well, eat well and travel back in time.

Stavanger

Scandic Stavanger City

Hotel Scandic Stavanger City haa a central location in Stavanger. The hotel opened in May 2014. The new Scandic Stavanger City hotel enjoys an attract...

Hegra

Hembre Gård

Hembre Gård is located close to the Stjørdal River, approx. 13 minutes from central Norway´s main airport. We offer salmon fishing, farm conference /...

Stavern

Lydhusstranda Camping

Lydhusstranda Camping is a family campsite with 265 places for caravans and 30 places for overnighters. We normally have a place for you near the beac...

Uvdal

Appartements in Alpintunet

Uvdal Alpinecenter is a family friendly skicenter. You can live in modern ski in/ski out apartments and we have a children area, skirental, restaurant...

Uvdal

Uvdal Høyfjell og Hyttesenter

Uvdal Høyfjell og Hyttesenter AS With an incredible location 1005-1030 meters above sea level and ski-in/ski-out, cross-country tracks and alpine...

Lyngseidet

Astrid's Holiday house

Holidayhouse 11 km north of Lyngseidet, just by the fjord. The house has 4 rooms with a total of 7 beds and is fully equipped. The house is a well maintained private house which can be rented and has a great view towards the island Årøyholmen.

Uvdal

Bjerkeflåta Camping & Cabins

Bjerkeflåta Camping is situated along route 40, by the intersection for Rjukan and Imingfjell. We sell fishing permits for Uvdalselva and Laagenvassdra...

Uvdal

Uvdal Resort

At Uvdal Resort we have modern cabins, with cable TV and free broadband internet. All our cabins have 2 bedrooms and a doublebed built-in in the living...
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ORKANGER

Bårdshaug Manor

Bårdshaug Manor was the home of founder Christian Thams, who was an architect, minister, landowner and consul. Thams bought Bårdshaug Manor in 1890. The house was rebuilt in different styles according to his own drawings. The result was a distinctive manor house and a unique sight in the area - then as today. The manor house has 88 rooms of high standard.
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