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Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

Fantastic little bed snd breakfast Next to many of the "turist places" Gill the manager is a very positiv person He helps you with whatever is on your mind Can highly recomend this place It is cosy and clean with paintings and old good furniture Airy and light Not a posh place but very nice and quiet Parking outside Good...

Thank Rosa K
Reviewed 6 April 2014

I have stayed at Frogner B&B several times and have never experienced anything else than joy. The location is great as I like to run in the Vigeland park and love to eat breakfast at the nearby bakery. The tram stops literary on their doorstep and takes you downtown Oslo or to lovely Bogstadveien. The rooms are nice and clean...

2Thank Annetteny
Geneva, Switzerland
Reviewed 25 August 2013 via mobile

Were staying for a week-end visit. Location is fantastic next to Vigeland parken. However upon arrival very unpersonal reception, no-one there. An envelope with our names, but no human being. Room was nice and spacious, but bathroom was very small and smelled badly (for 1195 kroner, not acceptable). No-one to discuss with, even upon checkout! Sad because the place has...

2Thank Skigasp
New York City, New York
Reviewed 1 July 2013

This is not a B&B – it’s a room in a private home. So this means no reception, no common areas, no décor, no maps or info about Oslo available, no sign outside. We had a small attic room, low ceiling, very, very basic – what I would expect at this price point. This room does not have a kitchenette...

3Thank KaterinaSM
Darmstadt, Germany
Reviewed 25 June 2013

Overwhelmed by the variety of accommodations in Oslo, I decided to look for a B&B instead. One of my main criteria was the location, because I didn't want to cruise the city to get to the touristic spots. Having found out that this B&B is a few meters away from the tram station was one of the decisive factors, plus...

Thank Imaltzin
Bergen, Norway
Reviewed 12 September 2012

This B&B has what you expect from a good B&B. Excellent central location. Friendly and welcoming landlord. The breakfast is good, but simple. Ther's no lounge or sitting-romm, and no tv in the room. But the room is spacious and ther's good and free wifi in the room, so brng your computer. I'd stay again!

Thank at_Bergen_Norway
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 12 May 2012

I stayed two times in this bed&breakfast. First time I traveled as a couple, second time I was in Oslo for work. I returned to Frogner b&b, because to my opinion this is a very comfortable place. The location is very nice with the Vigeland park at the opposite of the street. Trams and busses stop in front of the...

1Thank Leonoor B
Reviewed 7 September 2010

Overall, we would definetely recommend this b&b because of its great location (just in front of Vigeland Park, in a large family house in the upmarket Frogner district) and its reasonable prices (around Euro 120 per night with breakfast, still affordable and quite mild considering how ridiculously expensive Oslo is). Our room was very large (on the second floor) with...

1Thank giorgionet
Reviewed 31 August 2010

Worst bed and breakfast we have ever stayed in. Very unfriendly staff and owner. Just there to make money and clearly no hearth for the tourism industry. Rooms are newly decorated, but not very attractive

Thank HansEindhoven

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Frogner Bed & Breakfast offers high standard accommodation in a cosy and relaxing atmosphere. We are a small and reasonably priced alternative for tourists and business people who are looking for pleasant and welcoming accommodation, on a short- or long term basis.Our house is centrally located on the west side of Oslo, in the fashionable residential area of Frogner. Directly across the street is the famous Vigeland Park, a beautiful sight with its sculptures and rose gardens ... more   less 

Additional Information about Frogner Bed & Breakfast

Address: Kirkeveien 5, Oslo 0266, Norway
Region: Norway > Eastern Norway > Oslo
Number of rooms: 3
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“Would not recommend the small attic room (Room 2)”
 of 5 bubbles KaterinaSM, 1 Jul 2013 | Read review
“Room 1 and 2 are in the attic; room 3 seems to be in the basement.”
 of 5 bubbles Imaltzin, 25 Jun 2013 | Read review
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