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Florli 4444

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Hostel • Apartments • Cafe • Pub • Kiosk • Activity Centre • Events & Meetings Florli is a roadless hamlet serviced by four ferries per day. It lies deep into the spectacular Lysefjord, close to the Kjerag bigwalls. Florli is popular for its 4444 steps right up the mountain - the longest wooden stairway in the world. It is also known for its hydropower history - in the power hall you can visit the exposition and enjoy the summer-open Power Cafe. Florli is a place to relax. It is also a basecamp for great outdoor adventures. Wake up to the perfect mirror of the silent fjord on a warm summer day. Feel the fresh fjord breeze in your face as you kayak along steep shores. Get your thrills hovering the void on the Kjeragbolten. Hike right up to enter to the Frafjordheiane Landscape Reserve. Get a lucky bait and row your fish-dinner to shore. There are plenty of others like you in Florli and you will find good company around the bonfire in the big laptent or over a beer in our School-pub.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
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Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Florli 4128 Norway
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Sola Airport30 mi
Haugesund Airport49 mi
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We stayed in the radio tower last week on our trip through Norway and this was easily the most memorable part of the trip, if not of any trip we have taken. The setting is truly unique and worth the journey. While we unfortunately didn’t have time to explore all of Florli we
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Very organised Dutch owner will send you lots of emails reminding you of the ferry schedule and that you should book. End of August this was not necessary for foot passengers though. We had the teacher ‘s room in the schoolhouse. It is small and clean. The share shower and
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We stayed at the apartment for 3 nights with the Fjord view and we just had a fantastic time . Hassel was very helpful and looked after us well . There are 3 amazing hikes around and we did all of them (inc 4444 steps). They all were unique and beautiful. We have never seen such
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Would you climb 4444 steps up the longest wooden staircase in the world? Florli 4444 is a climb of 4444 steps (more than that in fact!) up the side of an old trolley railway beside the water pipes of an old hydro-electric power station. The hike up takes about 2 hours and it’s
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We stayed at Florli because we hiked Preikstolen and wanted to hike Kjeragbolten the next day, and Florli was conveniently right in the middle. The location of this place is beautiful and a great option if you're looking for a secluded and peaceful stay. We stayed in a three
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Wir haben einen wunderschönen 3-Tage Urlaub hier gehabt. Das Hostel liegt direkt an Lysefjord un
Wir haben einen wunderschönen 3-Tage Urlaub hier gehabt. Das Hostel liegt direkt an Lysefjord un
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Hello! You should drive to Lauvvik and take a ferry from there. Last ferry departs at 15:00. Please see our official website for details.
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Hello! Thank you for asking. If you are coming after 20th may, you can drive from Oslo via E134 and Rv45 to Lysebotn and take the ferry from there. Beautiful but very long drive - two days suggested. Alternatively, drive the main route E18 and E39 along the coast to Lauvvik. Yes, you can park the car for free at both quays. Remember Norway is very big - be realistic about your plans and distances. For more info see florli.no/getting-here. Kind regards, Hessel - owner
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Hi Kim! It is possible on weekdays, but not easy. Best day for Preikestolen is friday. Kjerag you can do on all weekdays, but not weekends. Please check the official Florli/Flørli site and check ferry schedules and how to get to Preikestolen and Kjerag from Flørli.
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Hello! You can visit Preikestolen from Flørli on weekdays only: take the ferry to Forsand, then a minibus to the parking at Preikestolen. Please see our website for details and ferry schedules.
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"Book the radio tower for a once in a lifetime stay"
"The cabin without bathroom 50 m up the coast is great. It has an incredible outlook over the fjord and a little sitting area outside."
"The apartments face the fjord- so theyre all good"
US$79 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
NorwayWestern NorwayForsand MunicipalityFlorli
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