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Address: Øvre Haslevei 68, 3229 Sandefjord
Telephone: (+47) 97 74 36 49
Private rental of 3 bright, pleasant rooms with modern bathroom. 7 km from Sandefjord Airport Torp.
Do you want to sleep out in the mouth of the fjord with an ocean view, far away from the city and its noise? Enjoy the peace at our Bed & Breakfast in Nyksund. We offer single or double rooms, and a fantastic loft with a panoramic ocean view. Here you'll find more than just accommodation, as Nyksund is a fantastic base for your summer vacation. Your stay with us includes a delicious nordic breakfast. Welcome to our Bed & Breakfast - where the waves will lull you to sleep.
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.
5 family rooms with bathroom and kitchenette.
MO I RANA
Accommodation in the centre of Mo i Rana.
Self-service accommodation with kitchenette and en suite bathrooms in all rooms.
Drive from fjord to the inner parts of Trollheimen. Kårvatn fjellgård (farm) is located in beautiful nature which offers the cleanest water and purest...
Langholt Farm in Helgeroa is a family friendly farm situated no more than 100 metres from the beach. A short walk away you find restaurants and the La...
Sandøybotn at Sørøya is the perfect place for those who seek peace and quiet in spectacular surroundings. In addition to accomodation there are possibilities to fish, hike, rent a canoe or simply enjoy the beautiful nature. This is definitely off the beaten track! To get to Sandøybotn you have to go by boat from Hammerfest to Lotre, and take a bus to Sandøybotn from there.
Welcome to an unforgettable stay in our apartments. We offter three newly renovated apartments, all with views to the birdreserve Stappan and Gjesvær port.
Hattvika Lodge offers rental of newly build Nordlandhouse and co-building and is located in a tranquil setting surrounded by cabins (rorbuer), overlooking the sea and the boats going out and coming back from the fabled Lofoten fishery.