Bygdøy PeninsulaTake a boat from Oslo City Hall to the Bygdøy Peninsula where you can journey through the stories of Norway's distant and recent past. An affluent residential area, Bygdøy is home to beautiful clapboard houses, a marina and several of the most visited museums. From Vikings and Polar Explorers to the Kon-Tiki fleet, Norway's relationship with the sea is presented in this charming green oasis just outside of the city. When looking for an Bed and Breakfast Oslo be sure to check out this area for a gentle escape from the metropolis.
Aker BryggeMany of our B&Bs at Bed and Breakfast Oslo are located close to the Aker Brygge district. The centuries old ship building district has been transformed into a bustling harbor dock area. People flock here to eat, shop and mingle amongst the artists and celebrities along the wooden promenade.
Edvard MunchNo stay at a Bed and Breakfast Oslo would be complete without experiencing the awesome examples of art throughout the city. The Vigeland Park is the largest open air sculpture exhibition in the world. Edvard Munch's iconic work 'The Scream' is housed in the National Gallery. Oslo is filled with world class architecture from the iceberg reminiscent Opera house to the Nobel Peace prize hosting City Hall. Wherever you go you will surrounded by inspirational buildings.
AirBnB OsloWhen considering your options for accommodation many people think of an AirBnB Oslo but you should also check out our quality B&Bs. All our guest houses are selected for their proven reliability and the hospitality of their owners. There is a level of personal service that you cannot find at an AirBnB Oslo. With over 120 properties in Oslo there is sure to be the perfect match for your ideal weekend break.