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Lysebotn

Hauane Bed & Breakfast

A well-preserved old farmhouse, barn and cook house. Situated at the head of the Lysefjord in Ryfylke. An excellent base for walks in the valley or...

Forsand

Fossanmoen Icelandic horse centre

Fossanmoen Icelandic horse centre is situated in Forsand, Ryfylke. The centre offers horse-riding, riding instruction and extended riding camps instruc...

Rødberg

Sevletunet-Guest farm/B&B

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. Welcome!

Bø i Telemark

Hollane seter overnatting

Hollane is located on Lifjell at 859m above sea level—a fantastic trip destination with many marked trails about 9km from Jønnbuparkeringa and 6km fro...

Vågå

Valbjør Gard

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

Hemsedal

Eventyrgarden Huso - About

Ideal for weddings, anniversaries, meetings / corporate events and groups of friends Several venues: The manor house at Husotunet with guesthouse a...

Tessanden

Sygard Storrvik

Sygard Storrvik is a heritage farm in Vågå municipality.

Fall

Moen Gård

Moen Gård was established as an accommodation provider in 2004. The farm and its buildings date back to 1924 and were owned by the same family until...

Gjøvik

Brusveen Gård

The first documented reference to Brusveen Gård is in 1635. The Mustad family acquired the farm 200 years later in order to obtain rights to the hydroe...
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