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Larkollen Vacation House
Larkollen Vacation House
8.3 Excellent
Larkollen, Østfold, Norway
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7.9 km from city centre, Ryggebyen 
ExcellentBased on 13 reviews
8.3

Teibernveien 86 Larkollen Rygge Norways is situated in Rygge and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides snow sports.

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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Ryggebyen:S$ 231/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 186/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Friday
S$ 186 - S$ 276
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 186 - S$ 276
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Larkollen Vacation House
Larkollen Vacation House
8.3 Excellent
Larkollen, Østfold, Norway
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2.4 km from city centre,  

Teibernveien 86 Larkollen Rygge Norways is situated in Rygge and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides snow sports.

S$ 408
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About Ryggebyen

Wedged between the Oslo Fjord and Vansjø lake, Rygge is a small town south of Oslo. It was named after the historic Rygge Farm that once occupied the site and is home to a stone church that has existed since the medieval period. Rygge encompasses an air station of the Royal Norwegian Air Force where F-5 Freedom Fighters and Sea King helicopters are flown.

Things to do

You can delve into the local history at the Rygge Museum, which hosts changing exhibitions throughout the year in an attractive whitewashed building. In addition to its displays of local artefacts and old photographs, it features an on-site cafe and a bookstore selling local historical literature.

In the neighbouring village of Kirkegrenda is the Rygge Kirke, which is one of the best-preserved medieval stone churches in Norway. Constructed around 1170, it features a beautifully carved facade and granite reliefs around its apse. Step inside to admire the church’s long nave and its altarpiece carved with scenes from the Bible, as well as the baptismal font dating from 1225.

Travelling with kids? They can let off some steam at the Sprett Aktivitetspark and Trampolinepark Rygge, which features fun activities for all ages. In addition to a trampoline-filled jumping court, a foam pit and “super trampolines”, there are themed climbing walls that will challenge all experience levels. Younger kids will love Playland, which has a separate area for under threes.

Getting around

Rygge is a 20-minute drive from Sarpsborg and about an hour from Oslo, while Oslo Airport is 1.5 hours away. Regular trains connect from the Norwegian capital to the Rygge railway station and buses travel through the town. The centre of Rygge is compact enough to explore on foot.

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Wedged between the Oslo Fjord and Vansjø lake, Rygge is a small town south of Oslo. It was named after the historic Rygge Farm that once occupied the site and is home to a stone church that has existed since the medieval period. Rygge encompasses an air station of the Royal Norwegian Air Force where F-5 Freedom Fighters and Sea King helicopters are flown.

Things to do in Ryggebyen

You can delve into the local history at the Rygge Museum, which hosts changing exhibitions throughout the year in an attractive whitewashed building. In addition to its displays of local artefacts and old photographs, it features an on-site cafe and a bookstore selling local historical literature.

In the neighbouring village of Kirkegrenda is the Rygge Kirke, which is one of the best-preserved medieval stone churches in Norway. Constructed around 1170, it features a beautifully carved facade and granite reliefs around its apse. Step inside to admire the church’s long nave and its altarpiece carved with scenes from the Bible, as well as the baptismal font dating from 1225.

Travelling with kids? They can let off some steam at the Sprett Aktivitetspark and Trampolinepark Rygge, which features fun activities for all ages. In addition to a trampoline-filled jumping court, a foam pit and “super trampolines”, there are themed climbing walls that will challenge all experience levels. Younger kids will love Playland, which has a separate area for under threes.

Getting around Ryggebyen

Rygge is a 20-minute drive from Sarpsborg and about an hour from Oslo, while Oslo Airport is 1.5 hours away. Regular trains connect from the Norwegian capital to the Rygge railway station and buses travel through the town. The centre of Rygge is compact enough to explore on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Ryggebyen?

    Stotvig Hotel is a very popular hotel in Ryggebyen, with a score of 9.1 from 420 reviews. Larkollen Vacation House (8.3 from 13 reviews) is also a highly rated Ryggebyen hotel based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.