Accommodation Norway Cabins Huts Hotels B&B’s

Accommodation Norway Self Catering is by far the best value in Norway.

Accommodation Norway ranges from basic log cabins to luxurious hotels and there is accommodation to suit every budget.

Accommodation Norway

Norway Accommodation 

People say that Norway can be expensive, they probably don’t mean accommodation. Some things are of course… EG alchohol however, when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, it doesn’t cost more in Norway than many other places – the average hotel prices are in line with the rest of western Europe. In August 2015, the average price for a double room was just under NOK 900. Thats about £85.00 UK pounds. (Source: SSB – Statistics Norway).

Norway is the same as everywhere else in that you get what you pay for.

If you are happy with just the most basic facilities, there are plenty of budget options like hostels, campsites and mountain huts.

From there you can choose practically any price level, depending on the location, the standard and services available.
There is also every possibility to find out of the ordinary Norway  accommodation options that go way beyond a bed in a regular hotel: from boutique hotels and glamping to lighthouses and rorbuer (traditional fishermen’s cabins).

Self Catering in Norway

As labour is expensive by far self catering accommodation in Norway is the best value. 
The most popular accommodation in Norway is in cabins, cottages and lodges, there are many to choose from and we have some of the best cabins in Norway available to book online.

Accommodation Norway 

From cheap city hotels to grand five star luxury hotels on the banks of the fjords, there are thousands of hotels to choose from.

With stunning scenery at every turn, Norway is a paradise for camping – you can pitch your tent pretty much anywhere and there are campsites everywhere.