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Birkeland Hotell

Only 10 minutes from Lillesand, 19 minutes from the zoo and 30 minutes from Kristiansand city center is Birkeland Hotel located - quite central at the South Coast.


Saltholmen Lighthouse

Saltholmen Lighthouse - the islets were used early in the 19th century for the extraction of sea salt. Lighthouse from 1882, manned until 1952 when it was automated.


Paulsens Hotell

Paulsens Hotel has a unique old style design and atmosphere which is situated in the centre of Lyngdal; 1,5 hour drive from Kristiansand. The hotel has ten double-rooms, of which two has a seperate bathroom. The rest of the rooms share bathrooms in the hallway.


Helgatun Mountain Lodge

Helgatun is situated in a beautiful area at the foot of Mount Vika between Hardanger and Sogn, by state highway 13. . Helgatun has 27 rooms, all of t...


Songvaar Lighthouse

Songvaar lighthouse is situated in Søgne archipelago and it is available for overnight stays and visits.


Holidayhome Nyhaug

Holidayhome Nyhaug in Undredal-overlooking the unique village of Undredal and the Aurlandsfjord for rent. The house has higt standard. Large kitchen...


Beitostølen Apartment Hotel

Newly developed child-friendly apartments quietly located nearby town centre with great views of Jotunheimen and Slettefjell.


Grønolen Fjellgard - Apartments

Grønolen Fjellgard lies at the heart of southern Norway, surrounded by majestic mountains and vast plateaus. At 800 meters above sea level you can brea...


Radisson BLU Resort Beitostølen

A traditional first-class full service resort in the centre of Beitostølen close to shopping, restaurants and ski lifts. The hotel offers SPA, swimming...


Bergo Hotel

Bergo Hotel is located in the heart of Beitostølen. It has a unique, warm, pleasant and romantic atmosphere. The interiors echo the Valdres tradition and are adorned with works by local artists.
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