Guesthouse Eleven

Address: 34 Joesseforsvaegen, Arvika, Värmland, Swedish Lakeland, 671 60, Sweden | B&B
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This B&B is located on 34 Joesseforsvaegen, Arvika.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Guesthouse Eleven Arvika

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Arvika


          A travel blog entry by plodplod_pedro on Nov 10, 2015

          2 comments, 2 photos

          ... it in a museum.

          Another museum is home to Roald Amundsen’s trusty ship, Fram, which helped take Amundsen and his team to the South Pole ahead of Shackleton and Scott. Outside this second museum, I stood shoulder to shoulder with Amundsen and his team. Two explorers, of sorts. He had his fox fur boots on whereas I had gone for suede shoes and chinos (I’m sure he would have appreciated that this is a fairly solid combination). He had his Fram parked up in ...

          Day in Olso

          A travel blog entry by gotte on Oct 24, 2015

          2 photos

          ... north and South Pole exploration. You can walk aboard it an view the living quarters and even the engine. The Gjoa was also in this museum. This smaller ship was used to conquer the north-west passage in early 1900s. The Viking ship museum had the remains of 3 Viking vessels and the Oseberg ship is nearly completely intact. All 3 were used as burial ships and found in burial mounds in Norway. In the folk museum I got to see a Stave ...

          The seasons they are a changing

          A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Sep 23, 2014

          9 photos

          ... different about Scandinavian beds is that they all seem to have a very thin mattress on top of their mattress or base, and it is this thin mattress that the bottom sheet is fitted to. Then instead of having a double size doona (duvet), they have 2 x single ones. So the bed doesn't look quite as neat, as it is a bit bulky, particularly in the centre where the 2 x doona 's overlap, but it is quite sensible / practical as you can have 2 ...

          Day 17

          A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 23, 2014

          4 photos

          Today we left Rjukan and also left Norway. We wanted to do some camping in the wild, but it didn't work out in Norway. So now we want it to try it in Sweden. And guess what?!? We find a nice spot in the woods. Also we have a place to make a fire, so it's just great to enjoy the outdoors. It's very quiet, all you hear are birds and sometimes the wind through the trees. The weather is very good. Today we drove ...

          A day of driving to start back to Stockholm

          A travel blog entry by teamwaldron on May 19, 2014

          Today we started making our way back to Stockholm.

          A day of driving with not much else to report

          We made it to A 5 star campground in Arjang, Sweden. The Swedish and Australian views of 5 star seem wide apart. Because it's not yet start of the high season most things are not available.

          Our room was relatively comfortable and warm.