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BesteBakken is an exclusive, charming place where new experiences, culture, and memorable food are focal points. Here you will find a traditional and c...
Urnes Farm can offer accommodation in restored farm houses. You can live in Eldhuset, the apartment in Gamlefjøsen, in rooms with 2 single beds or in the Guest House.
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There are different ways to spent your holiday at Bøflaten camping, it’s established with a big lawn with 50 electricity points. Beside that there’s a...
Beautifully situated overlooking the fjord and Feigum waterfall, one of the highest waterfalls in Scandinavia. Charming buildings of traditional architecture and interior.
All rooms have view to the fjord, some rooms with balcony/terrace and kitchen.
30 beds. Cosy apartments, 2 - 5 persons. Breakfast – dinner.
Our comfortable newly renovated Sveitservilla home has 5 bedrooms. Sleep in comfortable beds, wake up to the majestic Lustrafjord. Your home away from...
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.
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.
The Storhaugen Farm is situated high and free at 2300 feet above sea level, enjoying fine views towards Bøverdalen and Jotunheimen. Storhaugen is a living farm, producing goats’ milk. Sheep and goats graze the surrounding moorland. In the farmyard there are ducks, geese, dogs and cats.
Nordigard Blessom Farm Hotel is on the sunny side of the valley, near the centre of Vågå municipailty. This old family farm is one of the oldest farms in Vågå. The farm is known from “Jutulen and Blessomen”, an old local folktale published by Asbjørnsen og Moe.