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Restaurant and cafe located in an old Stable were you can enjoy good homemade food.
Events, meetings, seminars, parties
Open during the summer, otherwise by appointment.
The fish are jumping!
Fyresdal has a lot of water. Fyresdal boasts 392 bodies of water over a surface area of 10 decares representing around 12% of Fyresdal's total surface area. This means fishing enthusiasts have almost limitless possibilities to catch the "big one".
Fishing permits may be purchased in stores, at petrol stations and camping sites - at around 20 locations both inside and outside of Fyresdal.
Cycling route S1.
The tour starts that the Fossum Kurs- and Feriesenter in Hauggrend. Bike along main road 355 for about 2 km until you reach the old stone bridge of Leirfall and then take the first path to the left.
Fyresdal Bed & Breakfast is a lodging place with six rooms. Enjoy the homely atmosphere, a comfortable night and a good breakfast. We also invite you for a good home made dinner.
At Tveit under the trees you can sleep sweet ....
The old wooden house that was restored in 2010 is surrounded by beautiful trees and a charming stream running through the garden that also have a smaal pole. Tveit has room for 4 people
Welcome to Fyresdal Kurs og Leirsted in Telemark
- 36 rooms with 4-6 beds and a bathroom in each room
- 9 flats with six beds, bathroom
- 1 a...
Cosy newly renovated cafe situated at Bryggeparken by Fyresvatn.
Panoramic views from the dining-room Fyresvatn and Vikfjell.
Good homemade food that...
Let yourself be inspired!
Grindberg have been making furniture for more than 75 years. We have what you need to furnishing of houses, cabins and apart...
Large great grocery store with a large selection of goods, fruits and vegetables, propane, and the Norwegian Lotto Lottery.
The store is part of the ne...
Våmur is situated between Fyresdal town centre in the north and Kilegrend in the south. As Fyresvatn stretches as a fjord through the landscape with its steep mountain sides and polished mountain bergs, travellers along the road will feel like they’re in Western Norway.