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Would you like to live cheaply and comfortably right at the water's edge of inner Sognefjord?You would? 12 fully furnished chalets with kitchen, TV, WC and shower. Five beds in two rooms. Balcony with a fjord view. Rowboat included.
Eplet Bed & Apple is a small & friendly guesthouse and a small scale applejuice farm. Eplet is located in Solvorn, a village at the head of Sognefjord, Western Norway. The atmosphere at Eplet is a mix between a family run guesthouse and a modern hostel. Double room 550/450 NOK, dorm bed 140 NOK pro person.
Åmøy Fjordferie is located 20 minutes north of Stavanger and offers Holiday houses, Rooms or Bed & Breakfast. Bathroom en suite with all bedrooms. Inte...
Number of guest moorings: 25. Mooring: Floating jetty. PriceAt Herand's picnic area, you'll find a Guest Harbour with new service facilities comprising...
The hotel is situated just a few metres from the wharf, right in the centre of Nordfjordeid and within walking distance of a shopping centre, park and...
Lyngmo offers bed & breakfast, cabins and a campsite located beautifully by the lake "Hafslovatnet" in the farming area Hafslo in the municipality of Luster, 14 km from the city Sogndal. New rooms with 2 – 6 beds and private bathroom with toilet and shower. Nice place for families! Boat and canoe rental.
Hotel Ullensvang is a first class hotel, owned by the same family in 5 generations throughout more than 160 years. Located in beautiful surroundings...
Guest harbour with electricity. Service centre with toilet and shower facilities. Petrol and diesel pumps available at SPAR Jondal and at the quay....
Grønningbrygga is located in the outer part of the Eidsfjord. The building, which previously functioned as the local grocery store with a big apartment upstairs, has now been redecorated to accommodate guests.
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This arctic secret was once a busy little island with fishermen, shopkeepers and lighthouse keepers. Today the lighthouse owner is the only remaining inhabitant, and she welcomes guests all year long.