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Apartments situated north on the island Torget
Henningsvær Suites, built in 2008 and situated on a quay with its breathtaking view of sea and mountains, has become a popular accommodation in the village.
A wharf dating from 1965, renovated in 1995 and converted into two modern apartments with a shared entrance.
Bø i Telemark
Large vacation rental (220m2) at Lankåshaugen, 800 meters from the center of Bø. Erected in 2003. Well-suited for a family or several families toget...
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Lilland hotell is a family run hotel. As a guest here, you stay very strategically placed with regards to famous attractions, such as the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen).
Traditional accommodation just outside Sandnes. The main house, built in Swiss style, was built in 1898 by timber merchant Gabriel Block Wathne who used the house as a summer house
Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer comprises 95 rooms, offers indoor parking and is located in the heart of Lillehammer. We offer all our guests a complimentary light evening buffet from 1800-2100hrs and waffels from 1500-1800 hrs every evening – with no extra cost. If you would like to exercise during your stay, we will provide you with a map showing the best routes for running, or you can use our indoor training facilities on the 2.nd floor.
Stavanger is a beautiful Norwegian coastal city seeped in history, draped in beautiful surroundings and housing some of the most outgoing and friendly people in the country. It is unique due to its varied and impressive natural attractions. These include the famous Lysefjorden, Solastranda and the rock formations Preikestolen and Kjerag. The city also offers good shopping and fine dining. Our hotel in Stavanger is a business hotel with a total of 7 meeting rooms. The hotel opened in May 2014.
5th generation family hotel just north of Lillehammer
The history of Nermo dates all the way back to 10 July 1442 when the deed of conveyance was signed by Bishop Olav of Bergen for Bengt Henrikson, knight and district governor of Gudbrandsdalen.
The very first tourists arrived at Nermo in 1877. Tourism and the demand for accommodation saw a gradual increase and Nermo Boarding House opened its doors in 1923.
A newspaper article in the national newspaper Aftenposten from the autumn of 1933, praised Nermo Turisthotell as one of Norway’s most modern and attractive establishments, with central heating and hot/cold water in every room.
Located just north of Lillehammer, neighboring a golf course and Hafjell Ski Centre. Next door to the hotel, guests can also stay in 42 modern apartments