Hostel & Guesthouse at the head of Sognefjord, Western Norway
|The wonderful cafe|
|How to get there|
|Eplet timetables 2014|
|Norway in an applebox|
|When to go|
|Guests at Eplet|
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|Food and eating|
|Eplet for free|
|Molden The Mountain|
|Hikes in Solvorn valley|
|Bike on romantic road|
|Blue Ice glacier walk|
|Kayak Seal Safari|
|Ice Lake Paddling|
|White River Rafting|
|Costa del Solvorn|
|Urnes Stave Church|
|Hut to Hut Breheimen|
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|Pressing Apple juice|
Eplet Hostel - Guest House & Apple juice Farm
Eplet Bed & Apple is a small & friendly guesthouse near the head of Sognefjord, Western Norway.
Trond Henrik (host): "After years of travelling, I settled in a small fruit farm at the innermost part of the fjords of Western Norway. This turned out to be a perfect spot to create a home for travellers from all over the world. So far we have had guests from 65 countries. My aim is to give you basic affordable Norwegian modern farm tourism with an easy-going family atmosphere where everybody can feel at home. At Eplet you will not find any luxury, but a lot of charm. It is a real place. People say that the atmosphere at Eplet is a unique mix of a small family run rural guesthouse and a modern hostel with travellers from all over, ambient music, wifi and exchange library. That is just what I like to hear."
Eplet Bed & Apple is located in the middle of a fruit orchard where we pick fruit and berries. In the basement of the hostel there is a working juice factory, and the products are sold to local cafes and restaurants.
In the garden there are hammocks for you to relax on for free while having the most awesome fjord view in Norway. There is a volleyball net and a nine hole croquet golf course. Down by the plum tree we have lamb that we feed every evening. In the garage there are up to 20 mountainbikes that you can borrow for free to go on the romantic road on the other side of the Lustrafjord. To visit the second highest waterfall in Norway and the oldest Unesco Urnes stave church. In the other direction you can go on a seal safari with kayak and explore the biggest glacier in mainland Europe.
Does all this sound like a small paradise and too good to be true? Well, come and see. You are very welcome. But please don't stay just a night. If you make it here stay some 3-5 nights. At least. And remember to book in good time in advance.
Season 1st April to 1st October. Booking directly with us at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry, we are not able to do bookings on telephone. Please only call us if you request a room less than 48 hours in advance, or in case of emergency
Spring 2014 we are open in April on request, but you need to book 1 week in advance.
View from the balcony (All private rooms has the same view...)