This holiday home for eight people lies directly on the shore of the Sognefjord.1/8My fjord and I
Fjord Norway | Hundreds of inlets that cut deeply into the landscape characterise the coast of Norway. With these houses, you will be staying directly by the sea and enjoy the unique panorama close up.
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Secluded holiday home for up to 6 people at a fjord.2/866.56° North
North of the Arctic Circle | The sun does not set here in summer, while it barely slips above the horizon in winter. Experience spectacular nature in the far north!
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Holiday house for 9 people directly at the fjord coast.3/8A hot tub at the fjord
Norway | Hot Tubs are heated outdoor pools. These holiday homes all have an own hot tub from where you have a view across the landscape whilst enjoying a bubble bath.
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Holiday complex Nordseter Fjellstue near Lillehammer with accommodations for up to 5 people.4/8Snow magic in Norway
Lillehammer | Winter fun in the region around Lillehammer is promised by the Hafjell Ski Region with more than 40 kilometres of slope run and more than 300 kilometres of cross country ski run
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You’ll be staying directly on the water with this floating home in a quiet bay off the island of Bremangerlandet.5/8Fish on the hook
Norway | A boat and close by fishing grounds will very much excite hobby fishers. We have the suitable hut: For example with fillet place and freezer.
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“Very cosily furnished holiday home, super location,” wrote one satisfied holidaymaker about this holiday home for six people.6/8The best properties in Norway
Whether it’s at a fjord or further inland – we hereby present you with the holiday homes with the best reviews in Norway.
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Grass-roof house for up to six people at Nordfjord.7/8Connected with nature
Norway | Houses with a grass roof are a special feature that is mainly found in Scandinavia. Wouldn’t such quaint accommodation be exactly the right holiday home for your next break in Norway?
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8/8And I can come too
Norway | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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A holiday home in Central Norway: close to nature and wildlife
Central Norway, or Trøndelag, is an area famous for its rich history and heritage, friendly people and salmon-filled rivers. Tucked between the fjords and Sweden, Central Norway boasts excellent natural scenery and three prime hiking areas.
Holiday home in Central Norway
Central Norway is one of the best areas in the country for travellers to book a holiday house or a holiday apartment and have a blast in the heart of nature. A holiday rental makes it easy to relax and enjoy the region's hidden gems. Trondheim, one of the main cities in Norway, is a good base to start your vacation. Book a holiday apartment or a holiday house and visit this historic city. Among the must see attractions are Nidaros Cathedral, the biggest church in Northern Europe, Vår Frue Church, dating back to the Middle Ages, and Torvet, the town's central square filled with cafes and shops. For the best sunsets, look for a holiday rental near the Nidelva, a river crossing the city. For a holiday home near gorgeous Jostedalsbreen National Park, look to the beautiful town of Olden, and for an ideal fishing trip, take a holiday house in Stryn. To learn more about Norway's history, take a holiday house in Røros. The city is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Whilst here, pay a visit to Røros Church, the city center, Røros Copper Works and Olav’s Mine. Don’t leave until you try the city’s unique meats – reindeer and moose.
Best time to visit
Travellers who want to rent a holiday home in Central Norway should know that the most pleasant time is from May to September, when temperatures range from 25 °C to 30°C. You can enjoy hiking and swimming along with the so-called ‘white nights,’ when the sun barely sets. However, those seeking snow and winter outdoor activities should visit Central Norway anytime from December to April.
Central Norway is as beautiful during summertime as it is during winter. Holiday rentals are ideal for families seeking outdoor adventure any time of year.