Stay awake just a little bit longer.
Will you spot another shooting star?
Wake up to the warming sunlight.
And to the sounds of the gentle breeze blowing through the trees.
Imagine enjoying your dinner here!
Some Norwegian treehouses may remind you of an advanced version of a treehouse you built in the woods as a child.
This unique treehouse in Kaupanger in Sogndal, Fjord Norway, has been called "a Norse luxury oasis".
Ramnereiret has a design inspired by Norwegian stave churches and Viking Age architecture.
You don't need to venture far from the city to experience the tranquility of the forest.
Drive an hour and a half south-west of Oslo to Laagen, where you can stay right beside a river. Here, you can lounge, suspended high above the ground in a cargo net, and stay in your very own treehouse or unique glass container cabin.
Snow-covered trees is a magical sight.
Spend the night in one of PAN's award-winning treehouses, which tower eight meters above the Finnskogen forest floor.
Join a wolf safari. If you're lucky, you can hear the wolves howl when the moon is out.
Or relax on your very own island in the woods in Southern Norway.
The island treehouse at TreeTop Fiddan was built in a sustainable way and is designed to merge with the surrounding nature.
Soak in the hot tub with your family, or spend time with someone special on the 'lovers' bench' by the waterfront.
Sleeping in a treehouse is actually very comfortable, especially at Himmelhyttene in Stord, Fjord Norway. Most of these treehouses are equipped with a kitchen, lounge area, and soft, comfortable beds. Many of them are also big enough to sleep one or two families.
For more unforgettable nights, check out the wide selection of unique places to stay in Norway.
See our selection of companies that work hard to make you happy all through your trip.
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