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Slide Your Bed Outside With the Push of a Button at This Luxe Norwegian Cabin

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by Matador Creators Feb 1, 2023

In a destination as scenic as Norway, indoor-outdoor accommodations just makes sense. That was the thinking behind Laagen, a nature resort about an hour and a half southeast of Oslo. Nestled in the tranquil forest on the banks of the Numedalslågen river, Laagen’s glass containers, forest and treetop cabins, and large wooden hut are the ideal accommodations for travelers seeking serenity, adventure, and beauty. With the added benefit of the Wordshop Hub — a space designed to inspire conversations and workshops — it’s perfect for singles, families, and large groups alike.

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Accommodations at Laagen consist of five one-bedroom glass containers, two one-bedroom cabins with sofa beds, a treetop cabin, and a wooden hut that can sleep four and is ideal for a family with young kids, all of which yield panoramic views of lush forests, rolling hills, and winding rivers from their bedroom windows or private balconies. Each room features a unique glass roof so that guests can stargaze from their bed. And speaking of beds, Laagen’s have a mechanism that allows you to slide from indoors to outdoors without ever taking off the covers.

Don’t be fooled by all the serenity, though. Laagen is also located incredibly close to Scandinavia’s largest climbing park, Høyt & Lavt, with hundreds of obstacles and 35 ziplines, including one that’s about 1,250 feet long and hovers right over a river. On site, you can also rent electric mountain bikes to ride through Norway’s beautiful terrain.

On the off chance you’re looking for a space to host a conference, Laagen’s Wordshop Hub delivers. This special area was created specifically with conversations in mind — the perfect place to build relationships while channeling nature’s zen. Bonus: there’s no light pollution to distract you from team-building or personal projects.

Accommodations cost around $440 per night for a container or forest cabin, $470 per night for a treetop cabin, and $1,500 per night for the Laagen Hub.

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