The apartement is light and nice, located in the cellar with fairy big windows and a separate entrance. AND a woodstove and good chairs for relaxing.
From the driveway a wonderfull view with a open landscape and the beautifull Vang kirke as a lighthouse in the distance. With a bike you can easy enjoy the magnificent tuscanlike landscape around Hamar including the path along Mjøsa, the greatest lake in Norway.
A quiet & pleasant neighborhood in the outskirts of Hamar
In the livingroom there is a sofabed, relaxing chairs and a table for dining, sleeping room, well-equipped kitchen and toilet/shower. Everything fresh and neat. Heating in the floor, new carpets in living room. A woodstove for relaxing.
A new washingmachine and possibilities for drying clothes outside.
Nearby (5 minutes walk) we have a quite new outdoor sports arena with a running track, a grassed footall court, and a skating ring in winter time. Not far from us we also have Ankerskogen, a spectacular hall for svimming, fitness, yoga and wellness.
From our place you can see Vikingskipet, a skating hall, build in 1994 under the winter Olympic games.
15 minutes walk to the city centre and 20 min. to the lake Mjøsa. . 20 min. drive to the Woods, where we go skiing in winter and walking or bycycling in summer.
You'll only have acces to the appartment, where you stay. It is separate from the house, with your own entrance. If summer, you can sit in the garden outside the appartement.
I and my husband like to talk with other people and become familiar with other cultures. Therefore we appreciate to meet our guests and talk with them - even have a dinner together - if possible. We can propose a good things to do in our city and the outskirts.
It is easy to get around by bicycle. Stores of all sorts in nearby shopping mall, CC-stadion. In summer: enjoy the beaches and banks around the lake Mjøsa. In winter: go skiing - cross-country - in the nearby hills and woods.
No smoking. No cats or dogs.
I consider myself as a kind and polite person who love other kind persons. I have been teaching french and norwegian on highschool for several years and I have to say that I am rather francophile:) Originally I am Danish but I live in Norway/ Hamar with my family. I love to be out in fresh air bycycling, skiing, gardening, kayaking, walking with our dog etc. My great interest is also reading novels in french, danish and norvegien. At this moment it is Eric Emmanuel Smith who is my favorite reading.