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Holiday home for 6 people, with terrace
5.0
3 reviews
Balestrand, Sogn og Fjordane
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£46per night
Holiday home for 4 people, with garden and lake view
4.3
29 reviews
Stryn, Sogn og Fjordane
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£56per night
Holiday home for 8 people, with garden and lake view
5.0
2 reviews
Eid, Sogn og Fjordane
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£34per night
Holiday home for 5 people, with terrace and view as well as lake view
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 50m², 250m to the beach
Hurum, Buskerud
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£60per night
Holiday home for 6 people, with garden and view, with pets
6 pers., 4 bedrooms, 69m²
Rendalen, Hedmark
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£48per night
Holiday home for 4 people, with view and garden as well as lake view
3.8
1 review
Ulvik herad, Hordaland
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£60per night
Holiday apartment for 2 people, with pets
5.0
1 review
Fjell, Hordaland
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£57per night
Holiday home for 5 people, with view and lake view as well as terrace
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 43m², 5km to skiing
5.0
2 reviews
Eresfjord, Møre og Romsdal
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£34per night
Holiday apartment for 2 people, with view
Fusa, Hordaland
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£41per night
Holiday home for 7 people, with view and lake view as well as sauna and terrace
5.0
1 review
Djønno, Hordaland
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£43per night
Holiday home for 5 people, with terrace and view
Etne, Hordaland
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£49per night
Holiday home for 8 people, with garden and view as well as lake view
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 140m²
Forsand, Rogaland
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£147per night
Holiday home for 6 people, with sauna and garden as well as lake view, with pets
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 74m²
Notodden, Telemark
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£35per night
Holiday home for 8 people, with sauna and garden as well as hot tub
5.0
8 reviews
Sande, Møre og Romsdal
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£127per night
Holiday home for 7 people, with garden and lake view as well as view
7 pers., 3 bedrooms, 94m²
Vestfjorden, Nordland
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£23per night
Holiday home for 10 people, with hot tub and terrace
3.8
2 reviews
Kvinesdal, Vest-Agder
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£46per night
Holiday home for 12 people, with view and garden
12 pers., 4 bedrooms, 120m²
Furusjøen, Oppland
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£124per night
Holiday home for 4 people
5.0
13 reviews
Etne, Hordaland
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£48per night
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Highlights in Norway

  • Norwegian fjords, Nature lovers’ paradise
  • Cities of culture
  • the Northern Lights

Most popular in Norway

Internet 2,710
Pet allowed 1,122
Balcony/Terrace 2,454
TV 3,720
Garden 1,191
Parking 3,110
Washing machine 3,352
View 2,171
Heating 3,191

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Holiday Rentals in Norway

Sea and lakeside holiday rentals in Norway

Norway is a land of fjords, mountains, lakes and rivers contrasting with the bustling and attractive capital city of Oslo. Typical lettings in Norway are traditional Norwegian wooden houses, with views over soaring snow-capped mountains blanketed with trees, rushing rivers and peaceful lakes. Oslo offers modern and stylish lettings living with stunning views of this attractive and cosmopolitan city.

Timber-built chalets in the countryside, comfortable penthouses in the city.

Norway’s peaceful countryside is home to spacious and welcoming holiday lettings, all built to keep the interior cosy and warm in the cooler winter weather, and which offer panoramic floor to ceiling windows for you to revel in the unparalleled Norwegian vistas. Many holiday lettings are on the edge of a lake or beach, spacious and suitable for large groups. City lettings are finished to a high standard and are snug and warm.

Holidays in Norway

The area and getting around

A country of majestic natural beauty

Oslo is the main city through which visitors enter the country, but there are other smaller regional airports further north such as Bergen and Trondheim. Norway is a long, thin country with the tip reaching into an arctic paradise, and the thriving capital city of Oslo in the south. Slashed with staggeringly beautiful fjords, the majority of Norway is undisturbed wilderness and a haven for hikers and those who love the wild outdoors.

Culturally strong cities

Norway isn’t just about the views, its major cities are a must-see destination in themselves. Unheralded Oslo is in fact an architectural marvel, with notable not-to-be-missed visitor attractions including the unusual Mortensrud Church and the strikingly modern Norwegian Opera and Ballet. Bergen, Norway’s second city, is the gateway to the fjords and home to Norway’s quintessential multi-coloured wooden houses.

Travellers and activities

Norway for nature lovers

Norway’s towering mountains and lush forests starkly, yet perfectly, contrast with the jaw-dropping sights of the fjords and rivers which cut through them. Animal lovers flock to Svalbard, home to the world’s most northern town, Longyearbyen, to see arctic animals such as polar bears, arctic foxes, walruses and whales. Or visit the Jotunheimen National Park, which boasts an incredible 60 glaciers, northern Europe’s highest peak, and hiking routes which lead you past cavernous ravines, mirror-calm lakes and plunging crystal-clear waterfalls. Perhaps you’d prefer the peace of the forest? Around 37% of Norway is forest or woodlands, but go with a tour guide as it’s easy to get lost!

Norway for foodies

Norway boasts a surprising array of delicious cuisine. As you’d expect from a country so defined by its coastline, its fresh fish and seafood is second to none. Perhaps you’d prefer to enjoy some famous local forest game? Then make sure to try out moose or reindeer. Norway is known for the creative and unusual ways it preserves food – why not try smoked sheep’s head, gamalost cheese – an aged and pungent offering – or lutefisk, a jelly-like preserve of cod, which, despite its odd texture, has a pleasant, mild taste.

Norway is home to Hell – but don’t worry, it’s just a small town of the same name in the north of the country!

Top 5 travel tips in Norway

1. Marvel at the Northern Lights

A winter-time trip to Norway is incomplete without watching the iconic Northern Lights dance across the sky. The best time to view is between November and March between 8am and 2pm, and the best place to catch them is the city of Tromso in the far north of Norway.

2. Meet the Viking explorers

With many of the powerful Vikings having set off from Norway on their journeys to new lands, it’s only natural that Oslo would host one of the most important Viking museums in the world. Featuring three original Viking ships from the years 800 and 900, and myriad artefacts that the Vikings carried with them on their long, hard journeys, this is a fascinating insight into one of Europe’s most successful civilisations.

3. Scavenge in safety

Norway permits people to roam freely over uncultivated parts of the country, and you’ll find and abundance of berries and mushrooms in the beautiful forests. And there is a 24/7 free English speaking hotline if you want to check you’ve not picked anything poisonous!

4. Take in some local culture at Vigeland Sculpture park

At one of Norway’s most highly-visited tourist attractions, sculptor Gustav Vigeland not only filled the Vigeland Sculpture park in Oslo with over 200 of his original works, but was also the architect of the park itself. If Vigeland’s work grabs your imagination, follow up with a trip to the museum of his early works, and preparatory pieces for the sculpture park.

5. Take a boat trip through the Geirangerfjord

A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Geirangerfjord region is considered to be one of the most magnificent fjord regions on Earth. The panoramic views and outrageous scenery will make your journey through the fjords of Geirangerfjord one that you will forever hold dear.

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