Nice place It is more a family place But you It s have to make your bed
I spent about a week at the cabin and it was nice. There was a lot of hiking opportunities to take advantage of, and the people were nice as well.
I'm so glad we stumbled onto this hidden gem - it's in a very remote location, with a slightly harrowing drive down some one-lane mountain roads, but it is more than worth it once you're there. In an impossibly beautiful setting surrounded by mountains and streams, this charming and rustic spot was ...
Beautiful location. Excellent service and food. Worth the trip.
Great amenities and beautiful grounds. Very comfortable!
Quaint, unique, good view from lounge, ver interesting mudse in village.
View, View, View. What a view of this hotel. Unfortunately, I did not get a room with view. But I do spend time on the restaurant, and rest place that can enjoy the wonderful view. However, the hotel itself is kind of out-dated. need some work on the room. Staff are helpful, breakfast is good.
This was an amazingly cozy, completely clean room. It was one of our favorite spots on our week-long trip through Norway. Recommended as an alternate to bigger hotels in Eidfjord (if nothing else, for a change of scale).
Amusement parks are the perfect departure from the norm. So if you are in need of a few laughs, you'll thrive during your trip to Mikkel Parken.
To experience it for yourself, you'll have to go 140 miles away from the nation's capital, Oslo, and into a destination known as Hardanger Fjord.
There's really only one place to book a room if you intend to stay not far from Mikkel Parken, and that's the Mikkelparken Ferietun. It's 0.1 miles away.
After a day of walking, grab your family and head to Gløyp (kinsarvikvegen 41, Kinsarvik). Only 0.2 miles away Mikkel Parken, this eatery is popular with visitors from all corners of the globe.