Big and charming apartment in a quiet part of central Oslo.

Big and charming apartment in a quiet part of central Oslo.

Thomas Nikolai



Jun 2011

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Charming flat in an old 1890ies apartment building typical for the area. Spacious rooms, over three meters high ceiling. Two large bedrooms with a double bed in each room + one smaller room with two separate beds suited for children. (if needed we can supply extra matresses.) One large living room with a big, old wooden table. A big lounge connected to the living room. Big kitchen. Bathroom and toilet.

Nice backyard, shared with the other tenants. Ideal for families. Children can hang out and play in the next door school yard. Friendly atmosphere.


More about us

  1. Family of five. Maren 36, Thomas 35, Sara 15, Silas 8 and Iben 5. We are a lively little bunch, but still well behaved...

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Where is it?


Oslo is Norways big and busy capital, but in a european context - a small and cosy place.
What sets the city apart is the nearness to the nature.
A 15min bus or tram ride - and you are in the middle of the forests and hills of Oslo. Short distance to the Oslo fjord with many nice spots (bathing, hiking, watersports, islands)

The neighborhood Adamstuen is central (15 minutes to walk down town) but still quiet and residential.
Many nice cafees, restaurants, pubs and small shops nearby.
Green. lots of parks and green spots to hang out.
well connected transport wise. (trams, buses)

Oslo have lots of museums and tourist attractions, and is the natural starting point for your trip to Norway, before you eg. continue to the west coast or up north...

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