The only downside is that arrival after 9:00 pm requires you to use a spiral staircase on the side to go up to the second floor. This isn't particularly "fun" when you're hauling suitcases. This may change after their front side renovation is completed.
I spent a week with my young family at Andersbu in January and we had the most amazing time. Besides the breathtaking landscape and surrounds, the cabin itself is great. Homely, well built and very functional. The heating and water systems setup by Stefan are modern and more than you could ask for ...
Charming guesthouse in small village. Room was smallish but beautyfully decorated, good bed and good night sleep. Very quiet.Breakfast was good and downstairs cafe serves also dinner. Half an hour drive to Norefjell skiing. Recommended!
Lovely place with cosy atmosphere and super friendly staff who even prepared the sauna for us after a day of skiing. Very good breakfast, comfortable room and close to shops and skiing. Will definetly come back!
Great hotel, lovely rooms and fab breakfast.
Amazing views and service. The meals provided are world class. This is a must visit property.
Mysigt boende avlägset i lugn miljö.
Very nice property and the staff was excellent. Only issue is the lack of AC in the rooms. It was unseasonably hot while we were there and either AC or screens on the windows would have been useful.
Get out and spend a few hours at Rollag Bygdetun.
Traveling there is part of the fun, as it resides 50 miles from the nation's capital, Oslo, in Rollag.
Even though there are no listed accommodation options in the immediate area, Rollag Bygdetun is still popular among tourists. You'll be elated to find out that the Skarsnuten Hotel is 65 miles away. Some alternative options are the Best Western Plus Gyldenlove Hotell and the Lampeland Hotell, 25 miles and 17 miles away from Rollag Bygdetun.