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Charming apartment in a traditional Bergen home from the early 1800's in the "Rose Hamlet" neighbourhood. Fully refurbished, but maintaining its original charm, this well-equipped apartment offers easy access to the city centre. 1-6 persons, free parking.
Klosteret 5 is situated in a cozy, old alley among old wooden houses on Nordnes, the peninsula that makes up part of downtown Bergen. Walking distance to all facilities. Parks, aquarium and swimmingpool nearby. Several good coffeeshops and resturants nearby. Open year round.
A cosy apartment in an old Bergen house from 1776. "The Little House" is located in Lille Markevei, one of the most preserved and most charming streets in the centre of Bergen. The apartment is 60m², fully equipped and of high standard. Available for short and long term let. 1 - 4 (6) persons.
Beautifully located on the west coast of Norway, Bergen is the region’s capital as well as the gateway to the fjords. As one of the oldest towns in the...
Klosterhagen Hotell are located in historical surroundings at Klosteret (“the Monastery”), centrally and quietly at Nordnes in the centre of Bergen. 15 comfortable rooms including a tasty breakfast. Modern conference rooms for meetings and lunches.
Fjordslottet Hotell is a manorial hotell built in 1851, and is located only 45 minutes from Bergen city center in the village of Fotlandsvåg on the island Osterøy. In the best surroundings you will both find the proximity to the mountains and the fjords, and the opportunity to experience a truly different hotel experience.
Krabbevika is a hideaway holiday home just fifty meters from the sea, atop a cliff, with stunning views across the ocean. The cabin, which is close to Bergen, has a west-facing terrace, perfect for barbecuing the day's fishing catch and watching the sun set over the ocean.
Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz is located in the heart of Bergen, perfect for shopping, restaurant visits and nightlife. Close to Bryggen, Fløibanen Funicular and the Fish Market.
One of the most characteristic hotels in Bergen - old, dignified storehouses from the turn of the century that were converted in 1987. The hotel has 210 rooms of different categories, all elegant and comfortable.