Stavanger is a city and municipality in Norway. It is the third largest city and metropolitan area in Norway and the administrative centre of Rogaland county. Today the oil industry is a key industry in the Stavanger region and the city is widely referred to as the Oil Capital of Norway.
Stavanger is well known for its lively nightlife and good restaurants. Ostehuset is an eatery with a cafe, restaurant, shop and a take-away. You can find Ostehuset at 3 other locations in Stavanger (city centre, east or Hinna). Casa Gio is a local Italian eatery with a good selection of wines. Kafe Bacchu is popular and Circus is another eatery just down the street. If you are interested in international fine dining we can recommend Renaa Matbaren which is run by the chef Sven Erik Renaa. Renaa Express is a pleasant cafe done in Italian style. Fisketorget (The Fish Market) is the place to get great seafood.
At Fisketorget you will find restaurants and a fish counter where you can purchase fresh fish. Additionally, there are many great Asian restaurants in Stavanger including Alex Sushi and Yum Asian Food, which recently opened in 2018.
Live in a central area in the midst of the charming streets of Stavanger with a large selection of restaurants and cafes near you. This property has recently been renovated and newly refurbished. There are a lobby, community area, meeting rooms and apartments. Lågårdsveien 61 is a meeting place popular for both the locals as well as visitors.
There are a total of 171 apartments varying in sizes. All units have a kitchen, oven, refrigerator, and freezer. There is a dining table with chairs, a seating group with a sofa and/or a lounge chair, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and bathroom with a shower. There is access to a washing machine and dryer on every floor.
Lagårdsveien 61 is well suited for both short and long-term rental and is centrally located near public transportation. It is an excellent starting point for meetings and enjoying what the city has to offer. This hotel provides you access to meeting room facilities as well as a lounge area that can be used to entertain business partners.
Sea Story by Frogner House Apartments is located in Verksgata 12. We have 13 exclusive apartments with elegant interior and fine details. The building is located in a peaceful area of the city. Good shopping opportunities are just a few minutes away and the ferry towards the famous Preikestolen is just up the street. On the other side of the street, you will find one of Norway’s most famous meat and sausage companies called A. Idsøe and the cosy cafe Kanelsnurren(The Cinnamon Roll).
These apartments are equipped with kitchens, a stove, refrigerator, and freezer. Dining table with chairs, seating group with sofa and/or lounge chair, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and a bathroom with a shower. There is access to a washer and dryer on every floor.
8 of the 13 apartments in Verksgata 12 have an ocean view (2 with handicap access). The majority of the apartments are large with 1 bedroom and a sofa bed in the living room. 3 of the apartments have 2 or 3 bedrooms.
This address is temporarily closed due to renovation.
Nygata 24 is located in the centre of Stavanger city centre. This building houses the former Myhregaarden Hotel. The building consists of 53 hotel rooms; 8 single rooms, 39 double rooms, and 6 executive rooms. The rooms are perfect for short term rentals.
Nygata 24 is within walking distance to shops, restaurants, trains, buses, airport bus and ferry. We have good parking facilities in Jorenholmen parking garage which is located approx. 100 meters away.
The hotel rooms have a style that combines classic with modern design. All rooms are equipped with their own fireplace, which provides good warmth and a pleasant atmosphere. They also have a writing desk with a power outlet so you have the opportunity to work in the room. You can check-in via a check-in machine in the entrance area of Nygata 24. Access to the communal laundry room.
We are pleased to offer 19 newly renovated apartments in Pedersgata 7 from autumn 2021.
Pedersgata is an exciting street in Stavanger where a lot of exciting things are happening. In Pedersgata you can live, work, eat, cut your hair and have the accounts delivered within 2 minutes walk. Pedersgata has an exciting variety of food and culture from all corners of the world and is a small town in the city that creates a bridge between Stavanger city centre and Stavanger east. It is a short distance to the city centre as well as the city bus and train station.
Here you can stay comfortably and have access to the best of Stavanger’s varied offer on your doorstep.