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Location - where is Hovi Cabins

· opposite supermarket · two minutes' walk to village centre · five minutes' walk to the ski lifts and ski school meeting point


Overview - hotel description - Hovi Cabins description

Families will love the Hovi Cabins, which are set up to make your Norwegian ski holiday as simple as possible.

The cabins sleep up to six people. There’s one bedroom with Austrian twin beds for mum and dad, then a second bedroom with two sets of bunk beds – perfect for up to four children – plus loads of storage space, so you can properly settle in for the week.

From outside, the rustic-looking terraced cabins fit right into their natural surroundings. This feeling is maintained inside too, with lots of wood panelling and traditional furniture. There’s a lounge area with comfy sofas and a TV, plus the combination of under-floor heating and a wood-burning stove to keep everyone toasty.

There’s an outdoor patio, but in the winter you’re more likely to use the extending dining table. Cabins come with a kitchenette that features everything you need to be self-sufficient, including hobs, a mini-oven, kettle and dishwasher.

Breakfast, dinner and half-board upgrades are available at the nearby Hotel Bergo, while the Radisson Blu Resort will give guests access to its pool for the week at a small charge.

Literally opposite the cabins are shops, where you can grab everything from bread and milk to hats, gloves and thermal suits. The centre of Beitostølen is just a minute or two away, where you’ll find a nice selection of local restaurants for when you want a break from cooking. It only takes about five minutes to walk to the lifts and ski school meeting point – although in the right conditions you can ski right back to the cabins.


Facilities - Hovi Cabins features

· free WiFi · use of the pool at the Radisson Blu Resort for the week for 100NOK (approx. £10) per adult and 50NOK (approx. £5) per child · Christmas tree and decorations provided for Christmas arrivals


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All cabins have kitchenette with hob, fridge, mini-oven and kettle. Bathroom with shower and WC. Living area with dining table, satellite/cable TV, free WiFi, terrace and open fireplace. Bed linen and towels included. End of stay cleaning (except kitchen area) included.

Type E Cabins - sleep 1-6: Two bedrooms, one with an Austrian twin bed and one with two sets of bunk beds.

Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.


Meals - food and drink in Hovi Cabins

· optional upgrade to breakfast, dinner or half board, with all meals taken at the nearby Hotel Bergo (buffet breakfast and three-course or buffet evening meals)

Typical supermarket costs*
frozen pizza £3.50 / mincemeat £3.30 / bacon £3.90 / ham £2.30 / cheese £2.80 / Milk 1L £1.50 / cereal £2.20 / jam £3.30 / juice £1.80 / bread £2.20 / pasta £1.90 / pasta sauce £1.10 / big bottle of coke or pop £2.30 / big bag of crisps £1.60 / 10 pack of branded beer £25 / bottle of spirits £15-£20 / £6 bottle wine** / 10 pack of imported premium beer £15

*costs are to give an idea of price and based on the Post Office exchange rate, prices in resort may fluctuate slightly from this
**wine and spirits are available from liquor stores

We update Hovi Cabins's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Beitostolen - about holidays in Beitostolen - about ski holidays in Beitostolen - about ski holidays in Beitostolen Norway

Friendly & safe environment Excellent snow history Super place to learn

A safe bet for a quiet family holiday and heaven for cross country skiers, many consider this snug Scandinavian village their all-time favourite resort. The local pistes are quiet and reassuringly gentle - with more challenging terrain and oodles of non-ski activities just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Cross country Families Short transfer

Beitostolen webcam

Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm

Snow Forecast: cm expected this week

Snow History: April average depth 103.5cm

Beitostolen trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Fagernes45mins
Region:Øystre Slidre, Norway
First opened:1965

Beitostolen lift pass price last reported as NOK 1,630 (adult 7 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hovi Cabins.
Night skiing: Yes
Beitostolen has S N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Dec - May.

Town altitude: 900m
Top of slopes: 1107m
Bottom of piste: 750m
Vertical drop: 357m
Total length of trails:20km
Longest piste:2km
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