For nature lovers:
If you want to experience an extreemly awsome adventure in a totally Norwegian style come to Veitastrond.
Meet Norwegians from Veitastrond the most friendly people in the world. See the pure dignity of nature.
Live in a typical Norwegian house. You will spend your wonderful free- time admiring beautiful waterfalls from the vast windows in a spacious living room with a big wooden table, a new black piano, modern TV-set, internet and an audio-stereo set. Kitchen is equiped with all you need including a breathtaking view from the window (mikrowave oven, fridge with freezer, heater with oven, kettle and many cupboards with dishes, pots, tableware, cutlery... ). Sweet little bathroom gives you the opportunity to take a relaxing bubblebath with a view through a window to a green forested mountain inhabited by deers. Residential area of the house including three bedrooms (one for a child and the other two with double beds) is situated upstairs so that you have a magnificent view through the windows.
Downstairs you will find the hall, laundry and some utility rooms. The owner is occupying one room downstairs and is at your disposal as far as preparing meals, guidance and other help is concerned.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have acces to almost the whole house including
upstairs: 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom living room, tarrace
downstairs: hall, laundry, staircase
except: 1 bedroom downstairs where the owner sleeps and some utility rooms downstairs where the owner stocks his staff.
Outside there is a parking space and a garden where you can have a grill or a bonfire.
At Veitastrond you can go to the well equipped and modern gym. You can do shopping. You can go on mountain-hikes all year. You can go for a walk to see the glacier. You can enjoy riding a bike (the whole valley is flat). You can also go hunting! If you like fishing there is a lake.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
The owner (Pawel) is occupying one room downstairs and is at your disposal as far as preparing meals, guidance and other help is concerned. He speeks some Norwegian, some German, some Russian and native Polish. If you need anything you can contact me (Paulina) via e-mail: (EMAIL HIDDEN) or by phone: +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and I will do my best to make your stay as pleasant as possible. I speak fluent English, native Polish, some German, some Russian and some Norwegian...
Inform us if you want to be PICKED UP from a ferry or an airport.
We will charge you extra for the trip for the whole group:
- from Bergen to Veitastrond (1500NOK)
-from Kaupanger to Veitastrond (600NOK)
There are CAR RENTALS at the airport and almost in each town in Norway (from around 700NOK / day)
You can take a regular BUS:
- Bergen airport to Bergen bus station 150 NOK / person
- Bergen bus station - Sogndal bus station 427 NOK / person
- Sogndal - Veitastrond (around 50 NOK)
There is a quick possibility of contacting a DOCTOR: healthcare centre in Gaupne - very good doctors :) tlf. +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
We have got a HOOVERCRAFT at Veitastrond in case of EMERGENCY.
We can also contact a HOSPITAL at Førde and they send a HELICOPTER right away :) tlf. +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Pets are welcome at our house for free :) We are dog fancy people...
We have got a dog bed, bowls and kennels.
However, we would like to ask our drear guests not to smoke in the whole house. You can smoke outside if you please :)
I am a teacher and a dog fancy person :)
I have a fluent command of such languages as: Polish – native, English – fluent. Also, I can speak a little German and Russian as I had learnt these languages at school. As far as Norwegian is concerned I have learnt it for some time since I moved to Norway.
Apart from working as a teacher I have a dog kennel: Magnificent Dogs FCI. I have got three dogs: a Border Collie, a Pug and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. In the meantime I am a translator at dog shows or at other events.
I enjoy skiing a lot and spending time outdoors. I like trekking in the mountains and riding a bike. I love swimming. Last but not least, I am a great nature admirer, which is why I chose Norway to be my second home :)