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Self serviced cabins and chalets are popular in Norway. Stay close to the slope and relax by the cosy fireplace in the evening.
Bardøla Høyfjellshotell has 26 cosy cabins situated in the forest behind the hotel. Enjoy peacefulness or the…
Ødegård Teigen cabins are located on the sunny side of Geilo in delightful scenery, with breathtaking view. A…
Birkelund camping is situated in an ancient cultural landscape with long traditions in agriculture and…
Eldhuset 1727 is modernly furnished with romantic atmosphere. 3 km to shops, 1 km to the gas station, 15…
Geilolia Hyttetun offers well kept cabins of good standard, with 3-5 bedrooms - located just by the slopes in…
the cabins lies 1050 meters above sea level, surrounded by the beautiful nature of Hardangervidda. Perfectly…
The Hamarsbøen Family have three cabins. Two in the mountains at Havsdalen, and one on the farm in peaceful…
Raklidekkan Lodge is an exclusive log cabin, situated in a woodland glade with a magnificent view down the…
Torsetlia has a fantastic location on the sunny side of Uvdal and Dagalifjellet. This gives a great view at…
The name of the cabin is Kvitestein and is located at the mountain farm Vestreim in Budalen. The cross -…
Norgesbooking can offer cabins and apartments in Geilo in different sizes and price range. Here you can…
Knuts Hyttegrend has 12 well equipped cottages at Kikut, 1000 m.a.s.l and 5 km to Geilo. Tracks and paths…
Visit Geilo is the destination company for Geilo and the nearby areas. The company also runs the tourist office in Geilo.
With long traditions in home made food of local origin, Geilo and Hol has lots of small companies and restaurants that offers local food.
There are many mountain huts with cafes around Geilo. Stop by to have a meal, a hot drink og a traditional waffle.
Factories and handcraft from Geilo. Smithy work in Geilo has traditions all the way back to the 1600's. The first iron in Geilo was mined around year 0.
Geilo is easily accessible by car, and there are daily train and bus connections from Oslo and Bergen. The closest airport is Leirin, at Fagernes.
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