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My wife and I stayed here for a night after warm recommendations from a friend. And how right he was! This is a very quiet and relaxing place. The guesthouse consists of 5 different buildings. And while the small buildings look quite anonymous from the...More
Two nights here as part of an Inntravel Norway holiday. Probably the most dramatic and remarkable part of the whole holiday. The ladies running the guest-house were the most friendly and helpful you could ever want. The scenery was just wonderful and the ability to...More
Response from aaswi, Eier at Kongsfjord GjestehusResponded 29 April 2016
This is the most delightful guest-house you could imagine. Its characterful, has beautiful surroundings and the ladies who looked after and fed us were superb. It felt like home...so much so we wanted to help clear the table after the lovely meals they prepared for...More
It would be difficult to find a more remote place. Our welcome and hospitality has been fantastic, the owner and her staff have gone out of their way to make our stay a magical experience. The accommodation is a cosy and homely retreat far from...More
Dear Annette, thanks a lot for your request. If your grandson likes nature, than this could be a great place for him. If he likes adventure and action, then it probably will be the wrong one. The place is very small and a... More
Dear Annette, thanks a lot for your request. If your grandson likes nature, than this could be a great place for him. If he likes adventure and action, then it probably will be the wrong one. The place is very small and a bigger town (anyhow only 1000 people...) is about 35 km from the guesthouse. Just let us know if we can support you with any further information.
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"I recommend the Hilmar Olsen house, particularly the room with the large windows on the second storey."