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Find providers and contact information Where to stay in Coast of Trøndelag

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Fevåg

Gangstøstranda Holiday Houses

Gangstøstranda Holiday Houses is part of Solbakken Farm. We have 5 houses and 9 boats for hire. Gangstø beach is an undisturbed beach in Frengen with...

Knarrlagsund

Knarren Brygge Marina

Knarren Bryggde Marina is situated idyllically in Knarrlagsundet. The marina has both guest harbor and rental places and you can fill diesel and petro...

Åfjord

Fosen Fjordhotell

More than just a paradise for salmon fishing! Stay at one of the region's most modern hotel. We offer modern rooms, a restaurant, beer garden, lobby b...

Revsnes

Aquarius Brygge

Aquarius Brygge is idyllically situated on Fosen, close to Stokkøya, in Åfjord municipality. You can choose between rooms and apartments. Our area...

Bjugn

Bjugin Bed & Breakfast

Bjugin Bed & Breakfast is located in the community center of Bjugn and walking distance to Fosenhallen. Bjugin offers modern and functional solutio...

Dyrvik

Gurvikdal Havfiskesenter

Freya, the island in the ocean towards the Atlantic west of Trondheim, is a beauty spot with fishing opportunities of the ordinary. Here is Gurvikdal...

Kvenvær

Angelamfi - fisherman's cottages

Angelamfi Hitra, which is built like an amphitheater, has a total of 21 high standard houses/cabins and apartments. They are all fully equipped with...

Bessaker

Bessaker rorbuer and sjøhus

Thore is your host in Bessaker where you live in sea houses. Offers a variaty of sea activities and salmon fishing. Deep sea fishing tours can be pro...

Brekstad

Ørland Kysthotell (Coast Hotel)

Hotell by the seashore. Nice base for a varaity of activities along the coastline of Trøndelag. Restaurant and bar....

Sistranda

Bryggen restaurant and apartment hotel

Siholmen apartment hotel is renovated and offers accommodation in apartments with all amenities. You live in the old venerable building from 1900....
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