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Klokkergården Accomodation

Traditional and charming guesthouse on the island of Rødøy. The restored building was originally an old school and is one of the oldest houses on the island. Today Klokkergården offers good standard accommodation and excellent food.


Sandvik Gjestegård og Camping

Sandvik Guesthouse and camping is idyllically situated on E6, 20 km north of Mosjøen.


Mosjøen Hotell

Mosjøen Hotel is a cosy and homelike atmosphere with good and flexible service


Fjellsøya Farm

An old, recently renovated house at Fjellsøya/Toft.


Holand's Guestroom in Thaulowsgate, in the town centre. Open all year.

Address: Thaulowsgt. 27, 3210 Sandefjord Telephone: (+47) 47 01 00 82 Double room with TV, fridge, kettle and own bathroom. Close to the harbour.


Grønligrotta accommodation

5 family rooms with bathroom and kitchenette.


Krokstrand Campsite

Campsite situated at the entrance of Saltfjellet/ Svartisen national park, 65km north of Mo i Rana by the E6 and 18km south of the Arctic Circle.



Postmestergarden, Sortland, is a house in Swiss/Jugend style built in 1920. It's situated a 5 min. walk from the city centre and the property contains a large garden with a wide selection of flowers and trees. We offer a penthouse apartment and four rooms for rental.


Andøy Friluftssenter - Rooms

Aurora guest house surrounded by nature, 40 meters from the sea and 110 meters from the mountains. The lounge area with large panorama windows and the skylight in the roof allows you to watch the Midnight sun in summer and the Northern Lights in the winter. All the bedrooms have access onto the terrace to experience the beautiful view over the fjord and mountains.


Solvåg Fjordferie

The boat-house cottages are of a high standard and lie in a good harbour adjacent to a private sand beach on a fruit farm in Ryfylke. Many fine walks...
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