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("The red house") Charming renovated timber cottage right on the seaside
Private micro-hostel in calm surroundings near the city centre.
Surrounded by forests, scenic lakes, remains of the old Finnish farmsteads, great game and fishing possibilities as well as the history of the renowne...
Sevletunet is a family owned farm situated 2,5 hours from Oslo and 4-5 hours drive from Bergen. The mountain sides and the fiord are surrounding the farm, and the farm itself consists of old preserved buildings and several restored buildings, where we offer accommodation (B&B and self catering), and locations for different occasions and food serving.
Our farm is especially popular for people wanting a more authentic stay, that are tired of staying in hotels, for families that would like a rural and homely atmosphere and for culturally interested people.
Beim gard, nicely located in the idyllic village Hafslo. From the farm there is a wonderful view of the lake "Hafslovatnet". A traditional, restored farmhouse, from 1890 which can be rented as a whole, or you can rent just a room in the house.
Area for outdoor activities and barbequing, and short distance to the most spectacular attractions in Sogn.
A well-preserved old farmhouse, barn and cook house. Situated at the head of the Lysefjord in Ryfylke. An excellent base for walks in the valley or...
Aal Pensjonat B&B - also called Gamlebanken (The old bank) - is a mini hotel in the centre of Ål with 5-6 cozy rooms, dining room and living room/libra...
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...
Hovden i Setesdal
On the top of the Setesdal Valley, and 2,7 km north of the center of Hovden you find Hovden Fjellstoge.
With the beautiful nature and the river Otra c...
In the quarter of the lighthouse keeper we can offer accommodation for 8-10 people. The house was renovated to a high standard in 2007. Here you can go...