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Stavanger

Stavanger Mosvangen Youth and Family Hostel

Due to the oil industry Stavanger is one of Scandinavia´s most cosmopolitan cities. Stavanger´s history dates back to the Viking age, and its fortune...

Herøy

Braseth Gjestegård

Braseth Gjestegård is centrally located on the island Herøy, along the scenic road Kystriksveien.

Stavanger

Stavanger lille Hotel - City Guesthouse

City Guesthouse is near the center of Stavanger, in a quiet residential area.      5 min walk to the town center with retail / restaurants. We offer...

Engavågen

Engavågen overnatting

Nordtun Overnatting offers bed and breakfast at Engavågen in Meløy. Loactated on the road between Halsa and Vassdalsvik, on the road all cyclists have to take to avoid the Svartisen tunnel.

Glomfjord

Glomfjord accommodation

Basic and inexpensive accommodation with room rentals innermost in Glomfjorden serving as a fantastic base for Glomfjord area mountains, Meløy’s archipelagos and Svartisen glacier. Close to Fv17.

Stavanger

Stavanger Bed & Breakfast

Homely atmosphere and central location. Cheapest in to...

Rindal

Bolme Guest House

Bolme Guest House is situaded by road 65 between the cities on Møre and Trondheim. Budget accomotation. Doubleroom all with shower/toilets. TV room....

Nesna

Havblikk camping Nesna

Big camping with cabins, apartments and room with high and basic standard. Child friendly campingsite, with North-Norway's biggest waterslide, playground and mini golf. Located just 30 km north of Sandnessjøen.

Sømna

Sømna kro og gjestegård

Located in the community centre Vik in Sømna municipality. Approximately 40 km south of Brønnøysund and 350 km north of Trondheim.

Dønna

Dønnes farm

North on the island Dønna lies this historic farm. Once a powerful farm, today a pleasant place for accommodation place with 800 years of history. Norway's first tractor was adopted precisely here in 1908.
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