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I spent two nights at Røste Hyttetun & Camping. Our group of two families with four children aged 7 and under stayed in two cabins (8+9). Both cabins were cosy, surprisingly spacious, clean and well-equipped. I think they'd be fine in colder weather, too, as...More
We was thid weekend in cabin nr 10 and this is a nice stay to spend the weekend with friends if you re not used to stay in a hotel with full service.
Normal people will her find it nice and quiet, its 3 sleeepingbeds...More
We stayed in Hytte number 10. It was actually really old and smelled old and dirty. And it WAS rather dirty. This place needs a serious redo. I would not stay there again, all the furniture is some sort of old collectibles from garage sales....More
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We would like to welcome you to Roste Hyttetun & Camping This camping site is situated in Os municipality, the most northerly municipality in the county of Hedmark. It is only 12 km to Roros, a town that appears on UNESCO’s World Heritage List because of its timber-built town centre. The camping site is small and ideal for families. There are 10 cabins, from basic standard to high standard in well-equipped cabins. There are also room foe about 20 caravans. On the site there are common advantage a living room with television, a kitchen, a washing machine and a tumble drier. The sanitary conditions are of high standard. There is also a playground. Different activities, summer and winter, are within short distances. It will take you 10 minutes by car to Roros. The river Glomma runs only 150 meters from the site for those who are fond of fishing. A winter activities complex with skilifts is abot 4 km away. The camping site is in the middle of an excellent area for walking. It is 5 km to Nordalen Nature and culture trails which was chosen to be the best outdoor area in 1995. Not far from here you can also go riding or take a trip in a dog sled in the winter.