We built the guesthouse in 1997 exactly on the site of the old barn. Four bedrooms and a large common kitchen and lounge is in the center.Read more →
The Lydiastua is the oldest building on the farm. Lydia established a small café here in her cabine for the workers of the hydroelectric power plant in the 60s. In 1998 the cabin/holiday home was completely renovated and extended by us.Read more →
In 2017 we added another cabin/holiday home. We also built it in the same style: with a grass roof and roughly carpentered planks.Read more →
Other buildings at the farm
Our barbecue hut is built in the style of the traditional house of the Sámi, the indigenous people of northern Scandinavia. Birch trunks form the basic framework around which birch bark is laid as a substitute for roofing felt. Grass sods keep the whole thing in place.
In the middle there is big barbeque. The barbecue hut can be used by all guests.