A family home: convenient, comfy, and designed for the whole family
Its close to nature yet 5 on the city train and bus line, so you can spend your days walking and cycling and swimming and exploring the surrounding lakes, forests, mountains, beaches and neighbourhoods (you might be able to use our car ), definitely our bikes and roller blades. Then enjoy a relaxing aromatherapy candle lit bath then take a train to Sandnes or downtown Stavanger for some lively summertime nightlife, where the days are long and the nights are warm and it stays light until after 11pm in the middle of summer, making the thriving outdoor pub and restaurant scene down at the harbour a real treat and take part in the many festivals held each year including the annual Stavanger glad mat (food) festival, and maybe the tall ships, if you're very lucky (check the Stavanger tourist websites to see what's on while you're here. Trains run ever 30 mins (30 min trip) and stop at about 2am, when you'll need to take a taxi which can be quite expensive, up to 1000 kroner for the 20 minute ride.
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