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Ørterstølen Fjellstue og Hytter

Situated in the heart of hiking-and trails at Golsfjellet you'll find this unique rustic lodge. You can stay in traditional detached cottages or conte...


Koppangen Brygger

On the west side of the Lyngenfjord, where the road ends, you will find Koppangen Brygger among the mountains and the coastal scenery of the fjord. Koppangen Brygger have 4 apartments and a total of 20 beds and is a great startingpoint for fishing trips and hikes.


Svensby Tursenter

Svensby Tursenter is approx. 1 hour (incl. ferry) from Tromsø, in Svensby just next to the ferrypier. We offer family friendly cabins and the possibility of a range of activities, from snowmobile safaris in the winter to boat rental in the summer.


Staur Guest farm

Beautifully situated by Lake Mjøsa and surrounded by 250 acres of spectacular farmland, Staur Guest farm is the ideal venue for all kinds of events. We...


Mjøsa Ferie og Fritidssenter

Camping site next to Lake Mjøsa, 1,5 km from Brumunddal centre and 800 m from route E6. We offer 250 places for caravans with electricity and 8 well e...


Oslofjord Convention Center

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...


Høgetveits Naturcamp

Høgetveits Naturcamp is the perfect choice when you need a relaxing holiday, far away from the stress and strain of everyday life.


Bortelid Camping

Bortelid Camping is a year round camp ground located at Tjaldal in Åseral, with 220 ser en helårs campingplass beliggende på Tjaldal i Åseral. Plassen har 220 spaces for caravans and mobile homes.



BesteBakken is an exclusive, charming place where new experiences, culture, and memorable food are focal points. Here you will find a traditional and c...


Phillipshaugen Lodge

At the feet of the mighty mountains of Øksendal the English Gentleman Ethelbert Lort-Phillips built Phillipshaugen lodge in 1899. Lort-Phillips was one...
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