Nice and charming house in one of Bergen's most attractive areas, right above the Fløibanen funicular. Only 5 minutes walk to Bryggen and the Fish Market. Open all year.
Nice and charming house of good standard in one of Bergens most attractive areas with small streets and white threehouses. Close to Fløibanen and 3-5 minutes walk to main attractions like Bryggen and the Fish Market. Villa Skansen is open all year.
About Villa Skansen:
Claus Fastings gate 8, 5031 Bergen
Max. 6 persons.
The house is about 50sqm and rented as fully equipped self-contained unit.
The living room incl. kitchen (no dishwasher) have a combined sitting/sleeping bed for 2 persons.
One bedroom with a double bed that but can very easily be made in to 2 single beds. One small bedroom with a bunk bed that sleeps 2 people.
Bathroom with toilet, shower, washmachine and dryer.
Babybed is possible.
French balcony in living room and bedroom.
Furnitures incl. TV (only Norwegian channels).
Beautiful view over the city and the sea.
The house have a very quiet position in the end of a “blind” street.
Deposit only necessary for 1 week stay or longer.
Prices incl. bedlinen, towels, final cleaning, electricity and taxes.
Parking: 8-23: 100kr pr. day, 17-23: 40kr pr. Evening. Sunday free. No traffic noise.
Washmachine available for free.
Wireless internet access for free.
No smoking indoors.
Pets not allowed.
Payment in cash (kroner) by arrival.
The staff speak Norwegian, English and German.
We also rent out Apartments Skansen (3 apartments) in Nedre Blekevei 6 in Bergen city center.
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|Apartment||NOK 600.- standard price|
By car: From the aiport drive to the city center, pass the parkinghouse at Vestre Strømkai. Then Strømgaten, Lars Hillesgate, Christiesgate, Småstrandgaten, Torget (at the fishmarked),
up Vetrlidsalmenningen, then to left into Øvregaten, Nye Sandviksvei, up Helgesensgate. Then Ladegårdsgaten, Professor Dahls gate, Arrbeidergaten, Claus Fastings gate 8 is Villa Skansen.
Walking: From Torget (fishmarked) up Vetrlidsalmenningen to Fløibanen. Up the stairs behind Fløibanen. Then to the left into Langeveien, Fjellgaten. Then Øvre Blekevei, Ole Eides gate, Claus Fastings gate 8 is Villa Skansen.
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