Hus med 6 sengeplasser til leie i Hamningberg - "End of Europe" ved nasjonal turistveg Varanger. Min bestefars hus ligger midt i Hamningberg med bilvei helt til døra. Fantastisk turterreng og fiskemuligheter.
“Clean, quiet, excellent view! Well equipped, cosy house. Surroundigs all peacefull and very beautifull.The house has everything one may need for a family stay and the view from the window is impressive. I wish we could stay longer...We spent a nice 3-day holiday August 2018. The house is exciting and clean, everything works fine.We recommend them very highly.”
Our house in charming Vardø is a small, cosy house with much to offer in terms of closeness to absolutely everything there is to see and experience in the city of Vardø and its surroundings. It contains 3 bedrooms with double beds, fireplace, terrace and a cosy garden. Easy parking in a separate parking space or in the street. The city and the region can offer many attractions such as fishing, birdwatching, the famous Witch Memorial, scenic walks, historic places, etc.
“Vivian’s place had everything you could need. It was spacious with a lovely terrace and little garden and a well stocked kitchen. It was also very conveniently located, just a short walk to the harbour where you can take the boat to fantastic Hornøya bird island. Local store, a lovely pub and a petrol station also very close. Vardø fortress is right on the other side of the road. Vivian was also very nice and easy to communicate with.”
Koselig hus som ligger ved stranda i kiberg. Nydelig utsikt over havna, som har et rikt fugleliv. Vedfyrt sauna i eget bygg ved huset.
“The house is well equiped. Very clean and also cosy. Mette cares about her visitors. The view is indeed fantastic. Everything you want to see is reachable. Harnoya, Hamningberg, Vadso Vardo, walking tours in the tundra, History is frequently there. (Pommors, second war. There is a fantastic book to knew more of the history in the library in the living. In Kiberg is a interesting museum and also in Vardo you find a lot of things. Who loves artic Norway must be in Kiberg.”