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Rooms to let in Norway

The closest you will get to traditional English "Bed and breakfast" is a pension or private room.

This is a good alternative if you want to keep down the cost of sleeping accommodation.

Most pensions are available in the cities, but there are some scattered around the countryside as well. You can find a private room by checking with the tourist offices or watching for signs along the road. Look for the word "rom or "husrom".

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Last updated:  2013-03-26
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Couple in Luster, Norway - Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norge AS

Rooms to let in Norway

The closest you will get to traditional English "Bed and breakfast" is a pension or private room.

Rooms to let in Norway

Source: Visitnorway

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