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Solvorn

Eplet Bed & Apple

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.

Fortun

Bjørk Gard (farm)

Bjørk Farm is situated in the heart of Fjordnorway, where Sognefjord ends, and by the foot of Sognefjellet, with Europes highest passroad At Bjørk Farm you can see how to run a norwegian farm. The farm is an exellent base for hiking in the area of Jotunheimen and Breheimen.

Jostedal

Jostedal Hotel

Family run hotel in Jostedal, on the doorstep to the Jostedalsbreen National Park. The hotel can offer 46 beds (singel-, double-,twin- and triple roo...

Hafslo

Hafslo Gjestehus

Hafslo Gjestehus offers comfortable flats with a personal and cosy atmosphere. You come and go as you please, you cook in your private kitchen, and you...

Hafslo

Lyngmo Gjestehus & Camping

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.

Marifjøra

Holiday Cottage in Marifjøra

This old house has been renewed and is sutable for families up to 5. On the first floor you get a big kitchen, big livingroom, a new bathroom and one...
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SOLVORN

Walaker Hotel

Adjacent to the fjord in the idyllic hamlet of Solvorn in the rural district of Luster lies the Walaker Hotel. The hotel, which has been passed down from generation to generation, is a charming family hotel and an attraction in itself. The hotel has been in the family's hands since 1690, and is the oldest family-run hotel in Norway, with a history of over 310 years.

Fortun

Turtagrø Hotel

Turtagrø and Hurrungane is known as the mountaineering cradle in Norway since the pioneers started climbing in these mountains in the 1870s. Turtagrø...

Hafslo

Tang Hyttegrend

Tang Hyttegrend is situated at the farm Tang next to the idyllic Hafslo Lake. At the farm, which has been in the family for five generations, there is...
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