|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
2 bedrooms with double bed.
2 bedrooms with one single bed and one bunk.
1 bathroom with shower, sink and wc.
1 separate wc.
The open kitchen is equipped with 4 ring stove, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, hob, toaster, microwave, china, stainless steel pans and cutlery and table .
Sitting room: fireplace sofabed, dining area, cable TV.
Parking just outside the entrance.
The 8 bed sauna chalets, with a traditional Norwegian style, are located in a small resort with 20 chalets, designed for families. With play facilities for children; most popular is the 'jumping pillow'. Tennis court, rowing boats, sand pits, and outdoor fire places are available. Birdwatchers enjoy filming birds from the balcony of the chalets. Free internet access. Vradal is well known for the Lake Nisser with its several islands, beaches and beautiful pine forests surrounded by hills and mountains up to 1140m. Walkers find 80km of marked trails and a Nordic Walking arena. Two nature trails tell you about the geology, animal life, plants, trees, forestry and historical issues. Vradal Panorama Skicentre is located 7km from the chalets. In the village you find a supermarket, hotel, bicycle rent and Tourist information. From the UK, Ireland, and Germany the Ryan Air has flights to Torp Airport (170 km) where you can rent a car.
Bookings are mainly made by email or phone contact. Deposit 25%. Balance 30 days before arrival.
Flexible changeover day.
Arrival time 15:00, departure time 11:00.
Special interest holidays:
In summer the Vradal offers a wide variety of mountain climbing and hiking opportunities. Free access to the tennis court. Special trails are developed for Nordic Walking. Bo Summer Land 65km away is the largest water theme park of Norway.
The distance to the nearest sandy beach at Lake Nisser is 400m. We offer rental of rowing boats which enable you reaching the several islands within a distance of km's. Here you can find your own beach, do picnicing and angling. Our guests find lake Nisser an eldorado for fishing with flies, spinners and nets. The best fishing season use to be from the beginning of June and to the end of September.
The nearest airports are Torp, Sandefjord (170km) and Kjevik by Kristiansand, 150km. From Oslo Airport it takes 3-4 hours to drive. The nearest railway station, B0 is 60km away and the bus station in Vradal 3km. The distances to harbours (ferry arrivals from Denmark): Larvik 155km and Kristian sand, 168km.
3km from the small town Vradal, 30km from Seljord, the regional shopping centre. 80km from the largest stave church in Norway (Heddal), 110km from the twin cities Skien and Porsgrunn. 200km from Oslo, 378km from Bergen. Day trips to Hardangerfjord and the coastal towns in south Norway.
The Quality Straand Hotel and Resort, 2km away offers buffet meals, a bistro with an a la carte menu and in the Summer a pleasant outdoor restaurant.