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Unique places to stay

A night to remember

1. Head in the clouds

Spend the night 604 metres above sea level at The Bolder in Ryfylke …

… with open views of the iconic Lysefjord.

2. Mirrored glass cabin by the river

Dream sweet dreams at WonderInn Riverside at Huser Farm in Fenstad, where you can see everything but nobody can see you!

3. 360-degree view

In the glass dome Trones eye, one of the country's many new glamping sites, you can fall asleep with the sky as a roof …

... and wake up to this.

Morning coffee, please!

4. A bird’s view

Birdbox Langeland must be the cosiest nest box in the world …

… and a perfect hiding place in the middle of Norway’s magical landscape.

5. Tip-top treetop

For a combination of complete calm and daring design, update your bucket list with the award-winning cabin PAN in Finnskogen …

… surely one of Norway most spectacular tree houses.

6. Room for reflection

Let your mind wander as the silence sinks in at the Arctic Hideaway just outside of Bodø. Expect a fantastic outlook …

… and maybe many new insights!

7. Stay on track

It can be hard to sleep on a noisy train, but the retro train wagons for rent at the Veggli Inn are absolutely quiet.

When you wake up, you can cycle along the deserted Numedalsbanen rail tracks on a draisine.

8. Salmon train

Thanks to the The Namsen salmon and train experience, you can also stay in a restored train from the 1960s.

The train is permanently parked on a bridge in the middle of the Namsen river, one of the best salmon rivers in the country.

9. Out to sea

At Kjeungskjær in Trøndelag, you can wake up in an octagonal lighthouse, one of Norway's many cool options for a lighthouse holiday.

10. Get cosy in a cocoon

Take camping to new heights and let the wind of the pine trees lull you to sleep in a cocoon at Canvas Hove in Southern Norway.

11. Arctic boutique

There are very few places in the world where you can stay as far away from civilization as at Isfjord Radio Adventure Hotel, located on the west coast of Svalbard.

The station is originally from 1933 …

... but has been transformed into one of Norway's most exclusive hotels. It even has its own panoramic-view sauna.

Will you spot a polar bear?

12. Warm winter night

You will never forget a night at Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel in Alta, the northernmost alternative among Norway's cool ice hotels. With a bit of luck, you’ll get to see the northern lights dance across the sky before you fall asleep between reindeer skins.

Good night!

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