Here is your private room in the perfect location in Stavanger. Located 160 meters (2 minutes walking) from the bus and train stations in downtown Stavanger. Also a 2 minute walk to Breiavatnet (the lake in the middle of town). Bathroom is tiled modern, with heat in the floor which is very comfortable for your enjoyment. The kitchen has been updated with pots and pans and everything one would need, overlooking the garden. Floors are all pine hardwood through out the apartment.
The first floor apartment is in a charming historical building built in 1887. Weather permitting you will have a private back yard to enjoy. The beauty of this location everything is that everything is within walking distance. All of the farmers markets, bar, restaurants, cathedral,shops and museums will be just minutes away by foot.
You will also have free WIFI access, and free coffee in the morning. There is stereo in the living room with an audio out cord for your musical enjoyment. In addition, there is a large projector screen for your use (HDMI).
*** The apartment is shared with myself and if booked midweek my roommate will be there too ***
Feel free to contact me with any questions!
|Room type:||Private room|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$34 / night after the first guest|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$517 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1724 /month|
|Check Out:||12:00 PM (noon)|
Simple process. Great location for my specific needs, easy to find. Comfortable, clean and very affordable accommodation.
Nice friendly and accommodating host
Stephen has a great little place in the centre of Stavanger. The place is clean and tidy, and Stephen is a decent host. He took the time to meet me at the bus station to make the arrival as easy as possible.
I would highly recommend his apartment for visitors.
Staying at Stephen's place was a great decision. I stayed there for 6 weeks and felt like being at home, Stephen is a nice guy, very relaxed and a flexible / comprehensive person and would be very helpful if you need something. After that time in there I see him as a friend, so if you want some nice place to stay in Stavanger, this is the place.
Stephen is a perfect host! The room is small with a comfortable bed. His place is nice and perfectly located in the centre of Stavanger! I definitely recommend him!
Stephen's place is in a great spot; very centrally located with easy access to all transportation and things to see in Stavanger. Stephen is a great host, he waited up to meet us late after our flight was delayed and left us with lots of great maps and tips about what to do in the city.
Stephen is the perfect host, he is friendly, communicative and patient. He waited for me at the train station and we went to his house. He helped with the route Stavanger and gave me important information about preikestolen. The flatmate was very nice with me. The floor is beautiful, and nearly to the train station. The room is small, but the bed is very comfortable. I felt good in this house. I recommend to Stephen.
Stephen was a fantastic host. Met us at the bus, looked up departure times for the walk to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) and the quick but scenic walk to the ferry, and he showed us other places in Stavanger where we could spend sometime sightseeing.
His place is nice and roomy, especially the bathroom and loungeroom and as for location - none better in Stavanger unless you pay for a commercial hotel.
I would recommend Stephen to anyone going through Stavanger, you won't regret it!
I stayed 1 week at Steve's place. I had a very nice time. The apartment is 100 m. from the flybuss stop, and from walking distance to all sights, restaurants and ferries. I could eat my breakfast and evening meals in his warm blue kitchen. (do not miss the fish soup they sell at the fish market). It was nice to talk to Stephen about his travels around the world and to look at his wonderful photos. I am 56 years old and Steve was very respectful. The room was small but with a large bed and perfect for one person. I was there in mid-september and it was cold and wet outside, but I was dress for it and I still had a wonderful time. Bring warm clothes because Norwegians are use to this weather so they do not heat up their houses or buildings too much (I mention this for people who come from warm countries where 24-25 degrees is normal in their house). During my stay, I had the chance to meet is mother who was born in Norway. She came to visit and could explain about the norwegian culture and food.
Stephen was an awesome host! He made us a good offer and surprised me with his hositality. We went out for clubbing and had good conversations. He is a very interesting person with a calm but warm character. Totally recommend him.