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Cosy little house, renovated 1990. 2 bedrooms (Db,E) +(Db,E). Bath. Cosy living room. Farm with hens. Guests may join in when fishing nets and pots are...
Snåsa is one of the municipalities in Norway with the greatest area of Crown lands, nearly 1.4 million acres of forest, mountains and water. This repre...
Yggdrasiltunet is a farmstead, located about 40 minutes from Tromsø Airport and about 50 minutes from Tromsø city centre. Here you can experience the Northern Lights among beautiful scenery of mountains and the sea.
The winter in Nusfjord is among the most peaceful travel experiences you can find. While this oldest and best preserved fishing village of northern Norway is visited by 50.000 tourists in the summer, very few have realized what an experience it is to go here winter time.
Lauvøy is beautifully situated to the west side of Askøy, on the first island after Ramsøy Bridge. A fantastic holiday centre with large sea cabins, boat moorings and a place for swimming and sunbathing. Welcome to Askøy’s most beautiful holiday destination.
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.
Here you can really relax, and enjoy the freedom and nature that surrounds you. Our nearest neighbours are The Sognefjord and Stølsheimen. You can rela...
The camp is owned and run by a genuine fisherman´s family.
BØ I VESTERÅLEN
Farthest out on the south end of Skagen in Bø, at the beautiful islands of Vesteraalen, you are warmly welcome to visit Skagakaia Guesthouse & The Old Post House Cafe. Here, the grand daughter of the old shipping agent is now taking well care of both the history and her guests.
In the shipping agent’s building there are 7 charming rooms with a total of 13 beds, new bathrooms and a shared living room with a small kitchenette. Here you stay right on the quayside, with rippling waves beneath the time-honoured floorboards and a hundred years of history in the walls. In the stately Old Post House you can enjoy local, home-made food and a good, organic wine in beautiful surroundings. For a sweet dessert or afternoon tea, try the delicious cakes from grandma’s recipe book.
At Skagakaia there is excellent scope for excursions both in the mountains and out at sea. We have bicycles and nostalgic wooden rowing boats for hire. On request we organize guided trips, suitable for all ages.