Refnes Gods has one of Norway's best wine cellars and is absolutely worth seeing. You have to book a guided tour in advance at the hotel reception.
When I was there the wine chief of the hotel arranged a very interesting wine tasting course. (Expect to pay a couple of hundred kroners for this.)
41 rooms all very nice. You can enjoy traditional 'smorgas' in cafe Scala in the hotel. Fully...more
Highway E6 in Rygge, Stoarebaug, Moss, 1521, Norway
Good for: Couples
Raadhusgatan 3, Moss, Ostfold, 1531, Norway
Good for: Couples
Storebaug, Moss, 1529, NO
Tisleidalen, Moss, 2923, Norway
Although the area around Refnes Gods is residential you get the impression of being in the...more
A really nice building with outside seating aswell as plenty of room inside. They do food. But it is Norway so me coming from the UK It cost me 92 Kronas for a beer and a coffee which is £10 gbp.
Dress Code: No dress code.
All flora and fauna is vulnerable so it is important to act with consideration and respect towards nature.
You are allowed unrestricted admission to uncultivated areas. If camping for more than 2 days you need permistion from the land owner.
Every decent person takes there rubbish (garbage) home with them.
you're not allowed to damage or cut fresh trees.
you cannot make an outside fire in the period from April 15 till September 15. Avoid fires on bare rocks.
In november it rains, so if traviling to Moss then. Pack accordingly.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: You can buy everything there but at 3 times more the price than the UK.
Photo Equipment: There is so many photo oppertunatise. Overkill on your memory cards. I use SD.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Theres lots of water. A towel will be great.
Miscellaneous: Grab a copy of 'visit MOSS' At the airport or the Tourist Infomation Center. It's printed in Norweigan, English and German in one book. and it is very helpful.
Where the Canal Park meets Sjobadet beach there is a statue and memorial of NORWEGIAN LADY. She is proudly overlooking the seaward approach to Moss. In 1891 a ship from Moss sank just off Virginia Beach, USA. There is a sister statue identical to the one in Moss which can be found on Virginia Beach.