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Meråker

Kirkebyfjellet Konferansenter

Kirkebyfjellet Konferansesenter is located in Meråker municipality, 75km from Trondheim. Meråker Alpine Centre is our closest neighbour, and we have...

FØRDE

Førde Guesthouse & Camping

Førde Guesthouse & Camping is localized in short distance from the mountains, the fjords, and the wild and natural landscape. The central location in t...

Bygstad

Åmot Country Villa & Opera Farm

Åmot Country Villa and Opera Farm Surrounded by majestic mountains, fjords and waterfalls, Åmot Country Villa welcomes you to a unique experience. Ta...

Valle

Kallefoss Cabin Park

Kallefoss cabin village is situated in Dale, 5 km north of Valle, new amenity block of high standard for the season 2010.

Solvorn

Solvorn Guesthouse

Our comfortable newly renovated Sveitservilla home has 5 bedrooms. Sleep in comfortable beds, wake up to the majestic Lustrafjord. Your home away from...

Stokke

Gjestehuset Spiren

Spiren can be found in the artist village Fossnes, where there are several different workshops. At close to "Sti for øyet" - a path to natural beauty...

Brumunddal

Lier guest farm

Lier farm is a beautiful old guest farm overlooking Lake Mjøsa. The farm is ideal for groups and individuals who seek authentic and peaceful country...

Ottestad

Staur Guest farm

Beautifully situated by Lake Mjøsa and surrounded by 250 acres of spectacular farmland, Staur Guest farm is the ideal venue for all kinds of events. We...

Vågå

Valbjør Gard

The farm Valbjør in Vågå, close to Jotunheimen National Park, is an active running farm with different farm animals.

Vågå

Nordigard Blessom Farm Hotel

Nordigard Blessom Farm Hotel is on the sunny side of the valley, near the centre of Vågå municipailty. This old family farm is one of the oldest farms in Vågå. The farm is known from “Jutulen and Blessomen”, an old local folktale published by Asbjørnsen og Moe.
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