This holiday home for eight people lies directly on the shore of the Sognefjord.1/7My 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.
Per week from USD 382show 238 offers
Secluded holiday home for up to 6 people at a fjord.2/766.56° 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!
Per week from USD 453show 145 offers
Holiday house for 9 people directly at the fjord coast.3/7A 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.
Per week from USD 567show 13 offers
Holiday complex Nordseter Fjellstue near Lillehammer with accommodations for up to 5 people.4/7Snow 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
Per week from USD 958show 6 offers
You’ll be staying directly on the water with this floating home in a quiet bay off the island of Bremangerlandet.5/7Fish 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.
Per week from USD 261show 931 offers
Grass-roof house for up to six people at Nordfjord.6/7Connected 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?
Per week from USD 280show 71 offers
7/7And 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.
Per week from USD 140show 856 offers
Hardangerfjord offers a wide variety of family friendly holiday homes
The second longest fjord in Norway, Hardangerfjord stretches 179 km all the way from the coastline to the town of Odda in the country's mountainous interior. Spring flowering fruit tree blossom and endless mountain landscapes make Hardangerfjord one of the world's most unspoilt areas of natural beauty. With its long evenings, the onset of a late spring makes Hardangerfjord an ideal place to visit from June until September and thanks to easy online booking, holiday house and holiday apartment reservations are easy to make any time of the year, making planning your trip to Hardangerfjord effortless.
Hardangerfjord is an outdoor lovers dream
Whether you are looking for fully equipped holiday house rental or a cosy forest cottage, many great options are to be found in and around Hardangerfjord at locations such as Vallavik, Hovland and Ålvik. Holiday homes are plentiful and varied and offer an ideal base for families looking for the independence and freedom to walk or climb the nearby Folgefonna Glacier, or drift off with one of the many canoe tour options available in the region. The largest plateau in Europe known as Hardangervidda offers visitors the chance to rent bicycles, a very popular activity which is easily reached from many holiday apartments in the area.
Picture postcard villages greet visitors to Hardangerfjord
With many traditional fruit farms still operating in Hardangervidda, the romantic mountain landscape attracts nature lovers to what is often referred to as Norway's back garden. 40% of Norway's pears, plums and apples are grown in the region. The immensely charming villages in and around Lofthus and Ulvik offer a great choice when choosing your holiday home rental, catering to all your desires and providing the ideal base from which to explore the nearby farms. If you are thinking of renting a holiday home to appreciate the peace and tranquillity of nature, coupled with waterfalls, charismatic locals and traditional Scandinavian cuisine of reindeer and fish, Hardangerfjord is a hidden gem in Norway's glacier region.