Family house with a nice quiet garden in Stavanger

Family house with a nice quiet garden in Stavanger


Jan 2018

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We are a family of five. Me (36 years old), my husband (36), one son ( 11) and our two girls ( 9 and 6) We take care of each other and our surroundings. We love to do sports, go hiking, go bathing, play family games ++

We live in a house 5 minutes to drive to the city of Stavanger, or 30 minutes walking.
Its easy to drive to the mountains for hiking. You can also drive to the sea with nice beaches.

If you want to walk a lovely quiet trip before breakfast, you just walk from our house, and the lake is two minutes away.

We have sun from early morning to the sunset in the evening.
Then its nice to spend the evening in the garden after a long day trip.

You will stay in the ground floor and the basement, ca 200m2. You will also have the garden that is ca.500m2.
Our second floor is rented out permanent. Its to an old quiet couple.

Hope you will stay in our home!


Marianne's reviews

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with three children.

  2. I am a dance teacher and department manager in art at a local culture school. My husband is a technical instructor .

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Where is it?


We live close to the city, but it feels like countryside because of a small and a bigger lake in our area. Its a quiet street and the nighbours are nice.

Cozy cafés
Cafes in
Retail therapy
Stavanger city 5 minutes to drive,
Bit of culture
Preikestolen is a steep cliff which rises 604 metres (1,982 ft) above the Lysefjorden.
Spot of exercise
Running around our lakes.
Day tripping
To the beach, to the putpilt (preikestolen), to Kjerag

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