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Saga Trollheimen Hotel

Characteristic and high standard hotel in the old unique style with modern facilities. Saga Trollheimen Hotel is located in beautiful natural surrou...


Smøla Havstuer - hotel

Our hotel is located on the west side of Smøla, an island on the Norwegian westcoast. Surrounded by hundreds of smaller islands and rocks, and the ope...


Hopen Brygge Hotel

Here, outermost on the coastline, you will find an excellent view at the ocean. 5 double rooms of hotel standard with 2 beds. 4 flats with one bedro...


Vingelsgaard Gjestgiveri

Number of rooms: 10. Single rooms NOK 800. Double rooms NOK 1050. Breakfast NOK 130. Dinner can be booked. Mountain village with characteristic archite...


Timberlids hytter

4 cottages of good standard. Each of the cottages have a sitting room with kitchen area, a bedroom with 2 beds, a bedroom with 2 bunks, place for one person to sleep in the sitting room and bathroom with shower/WC.


Paulsens Hotell

Paulsens Hotel has a unique old style design and atmosphere which is situated in the centre of Lyngdal; 1,5 hour drive from Kristiansand. The hotel has ten double-rooms, of which two has a seperate bathroom. The rest of the rooms share bathrooms in the hallway.


Høgetveits Naturcamp

Høgetveits Naturcamp is the perfect choice when you need a relaxing holiday, far away from the stress and strain of everyday life.


Oslofjord Convention Center

Few venues in Europe can compare with Oslofjord Convention Center with a total of 3000 beds in 700 apartments. Accommodation can be booked in connectio...


Verftet - the old shipyard in Ny-Hellesund

The old shipyard in Ny-Hellesund is a unique project in Søgne and culinary adventures and art will be a importent part of the shipyard.


Phillipshaugen Lodge

At the feet of the mighty mountains of Øksendal the English Gentleman Ethelbert Lort-Phillips built Phillipshaugen lodge in 1899. Lort-Phillips was one...
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