3 Top Unique Stays in Norway in 2020.

Go off the beaten track and visit historical Norway, surrounded by nature. Here are a few picks of private home-away-from-home rentals from the Airbnb website, with some truly unique stays, for a private and memorable holiday experience.

Fosse House in the Fjords of Norway

The Fosse house is situated on the West coast of Norway, by the famous Hardanger Fjord in a historical setting. This is a fully renovated, cosy and peaceful place, complete with an open fireplace and artwork.

The Fosse house can accommodate up to 8 guests across three bedrooms. Find available dates and prices at airbnb.co.uk

Wesseltunet farmstay, outside Oslo

Wesseltunet is a historical farm, only one hour outside Oslo, dating back to the 18th century. The old timber house offers rural charm in authentic surroundings. Top tip is to request use of the original bread oven as well as a visit to the neighbour farm brewery.

Wesseltunet farmstay in Norway can accommodate up to 10 people, across three bedrooms in the main house, as well extra space in the converted traditional farm building ‘stabbur’. Find out more and book at airbnb.co.uk

Littleisland Lighthouse in the Arctic

Littleisland Lighthouse is located on its own little island in Vesterålen, close to Lofoten. It’s the perfect place for those looking to be close to nature. There is a boat transfer from the mainland and you will need to bring your own food, a stack of books to read and some cosy slippers. A perfect escape at the edge of the earth. Simple. Comfortable. Ecofriendly.

Littleisland Lighthouse offer two rooms for rent: The purple room and yellow room, each accommodating up two 2 guests.

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