Nicollhuset is a detached holiday home with plenty of space for the whole family. There are 3 large double bedrooms, as well as 2 small sleeping compartments with 120 cm beds, one of which is located within one of the master bedrooms.
2 bathrooms with toilet, sink and shower, located on each floor. On the ground floor you will find a spacious hall right inside the attic. A large, spacious and modern kitchen, fully equipped. A living room with sofas and TV, plenty of space to relax after an active day. A dining room, with enough space for the whole family. Large garden, short way to the seawith boathouse, pier and boat. Washer and dryer. Possibility to rent boats and bicycles. Canoes can be borrowed
– life jackets can be borrowed, bicycle helmets must be brought.
The Nicoll house is located in Ølve, and is a detached holiday home with barbecue. You can
relax on the patio. Free private parking is available on site.
The kitchen has a dishwasher, oven and kettle. Towels and linen are provided in this self-
catering accommodation. You can connect to the free WiFi in the holiday home.
At the Nicoll House you can rent a small motorboat.
Cycling is popular in the area and you can rent bikes on site. You can go fishing, hiking and
canoeing in the area. The nearest airport is Bergen Airport, Flesland, which is 45 km from
Bedroom 1: 1 double bed
Bedroom 2: 1 extra large double bed
Bedroom 3: 1 double bed
Bedroom 4: 120 cm bed – small sleeping compartment within room 3
Bedroom 5: 120 cm bed – small sleeping compartment
Up to 4 people:
NOK 2400 per day
NOK 350 per person extra
NOK 1000 for cleaning
We speak your language!
The history of the house
The Nicoll house is a listed house from the early 19th century. It is located in a courtyard with several older houses from the late 1800s. The house was a priest widow residence before the baron in Rosendal used it as a holiday home. The farm was bought by Normann, who was in the military, but when he was called up for service, my great-grandfather bought the farm. The Nicoll house is named after the merchant Nicoll, who lived there for many years. The Nicoll house has been completely renovated in recent years.