A tiny cabin with a great view on the fjord, small waterfall, and climbing rocks in the back. The cabin is tiny, but with electricity and heating. Kitchen and bathroom in main house shared with the host. Close to road 55, with bus stop 500 m away.
The cabin is up a small hill behind the main house. It has a little heater, one double bed (120 cm wide) elevated above the floor, one single bed elevated above the floor, and one under the double bed (bunk bed style).
"Tiny" means that the floor space is 2.7 x 2.3 metres, i.e. 6.2 square metres, minus the space the second single bed occupies when in use. However, there is plenty of space in the main house. Two of the beds hover above some of the floor space, and are 2.3 x 0.75 metres and 2.3 x 1.2 metres. As the beds are so long, young children can occupy each end of them.
You have access to all parts of the tiny cabin and the main house except for the second floor of the main house.
I have worked as a destination manager, research tourism, and generally know the area well. I'll be happy to help you with information about sights, things to do, driving routes and public transport routes.
I have a 4WD car that I can pick you up in, if convenient.
The property is 20 metres close to road 55 which for people coming from very quiet areas could find annoyingly noisy at times (during the day), especially outside. The waterfall behind the house also adds a rushing sound, which I find calming.
Please use the dishwasher for everything, except wooden cutting boards and cast iron frying pan (should only be washed with hot water).
Always use the extraction fan in the kitchen when cooking.
Open the window in the bathroom when showering, and afterwards.
Smoking is allowed outside.
Take off shoes when inside, both tiny cabin and main house.
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