Home away from home

We rent modern but homely cabins with space for up to six people.


Rent a cabin:


Our cabins are newly renovated in 2017/18 and are of a good and modern standard. Each cabin has two bedrooms, a bathroom with shower and toilet, fully equipped kitchen, smart TV, and a generous living room with space for you and family or a group of friends.

One of the bedrooms in each cabin has a double bed and the other a 120cm wide bed. The living rooms have sofa beds.

Prices for the low season from January 1st to June 15th, and August 20th to December 31st.

Accommodation for two persons: NOK 1,500 per night. NOK 200 per extra person.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed (can be divided into two 90cm wide single beds).
Bedroom 2 has a 120cm wide bed (suitable for two people).
The living room has a sofa bed (suitable for two people).

Bed linen rental with towels is an additional NOK 140 per set.

High season from June 15th to August 20th
NOK 1,650 for two people, NOK 250 per extra person.

 For multi-night stays please contact us for a quote.


Winter in Jotunheimen

Skis has been used in the mountains for thousands of years. The terrain is largely the same - but the equipment has changed. For those who enjoy summit trips, then randonnée skiing is the stuff that dreams are made of – lightweight equipment that takes you to the summit and then makes every turn fun on the run back down. The spring ski season in Jotunheimen offers white clad peaks and with many great starting points on the Valdresflya plateau and along the Sognefjellet pass.

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A paradise for outdoor activities



Jotunheimen - Home of the Giants

Norwegian writer Aasmund Olavsson Vinje gave the mountains their name in 1862, inspired by the wild landscape and Norse mythology. The mighty mountain area has Northern Europe's highest mountain, and the municipality of Vågå is a perfect base for both high and low level trips in the national park.

Vinje is one of many who have been drawn to the mountains of Jotunheimen. From the 19th century, interest in mountain sports flourished, bringing tourism to the mountainous areas with it. British mountain climbers claimed the highest peaks, and William Cecil Slingsby made over 45 first ascents in Jotunheimen, as well as several more in the mountains in Western Norway

Artists and musicians have also been inspired by Jotunheimen. The best known is perhaps Henrik Ibsen's "Peer Gynt" where in the scene known as “the buckride”, Peer tries to convince his mother that he has ridden over the Besseggen ridge on a reindeer. Edvard Grieg was also inspired to compose "Gjendine's lullaby” by the dairy maid Gjendine Slålien from Gjendebu. Gjendebu was just one of many mountain dairy farms in Jotunheimen that early on started to provide food and accommodation for mountain hikers.


The iconic Besseggen ridge is a few hours drive from Vågåmo, and every year thousands of people make the popular mountain hike. Many people become mesmerised by the great views over Gjende and the Bessvatn lake from the ridge. Lonely Planet cites Besseggen as a hike worth making, and National Geographic has named Besseggen as one of the world's most exciting mountain hikes.

Central Vågåmo

Vågåmo has a wide range of shops and services in a nice town centre, all within walking distance of the Vågåvatnet holiday centre.

Here you will find several grocery and clothing shops, as well as various other shops and a number of niche businesses. Although the kitchens in the cabins are fully equipped with all the equipment you need to show off your culinary skills, you can also find several cosy places to eat serving top food in Vågåmo.

Vågåvatnet holiday centre has a beach area by the beautiful Vågåvatn lake. The holiday centre is located to the right, just out of the picture.

Vågåvatnet holiday centre has a beach area by the beautiful Vågåvatn lake. The holiday centre is located to the right, just out of the picture.

Contact us



Tel. +47 975 92 292

 For multi-night stays please contact us for a quote.

How to find us

We are located in the centre of Vågåmo in the municipality of Vågå, a short distance from Rv 15 between Otta and Stryn. Vågå is about 25 minutes by car from the E6 which passed Otta.

Nedre Nordheradsvegen 20, 2680 Vågå