From the traditional Norwegian "Skåp og kvile" (cabinet and sleep) to the modern version of it. More than a room: an experience. Music, tea, life, northern lights, fishing and cooking lessons.
Minimalistic scandinavian design with clean lines around pretty old pieces. Terribly cozy niche bed, for the child in you.
Traditional norwegian bedroom reinvented. The niche bed has cleaner lines, but the same coziness as 200 years ago.
The room is warm and ballanced, while the bed creates its own room in the room. You can open the window, see the northern lights or the midnight sun without leaving your bed. In the summer you might appreciate our most effective blinds that make the room pitch black. Top quality matrass, down pillows and duvet.
And a perfectly matching bathroom next door.
The house is well insulated and warm, with underfloor heating in the hallway and bathroom and electric stoves in the rooms.
And we take pride in keeping the house very clean. Just like at the hotel, only a lot better!
Zugang für Gäste
Besides the first floor where the hallway, the two guestrooms and the guest bathroom are, you have free access to our livingroom and dinner table + a well-equipped kitchen upstairs. You also have access to the utility room featuring washing machine and drying racks, but that requires some coordination, so please let me know.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Again, unlike the hotel, this place gives you the opportunity to visit a country AND get in touch with the locals. You can decide yourself how close you want the interraction by either joining us upstairs or not. We hope you do :)
We do have a tiny little wish: Please use the drying racks in the bathroom or utility room for drying towels or clothes. The furnitures in the rooms can be damaged by contact with wet cloth. Thank you!
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Doina and Roy Kvalvik is a successful cross-cultural marriage between a language fanatic with a taste for arts and crafts and a computer brainiac who worships elecrtic guitars.
We have become airbnb hosts because we like to be in contact with people and we know we have something to give. Let's face it - the typical 4* hotels are simply depressing. We have invested money, time and love to make our guest rooms and bathroom comfortable, practical, esthetically pleasing and with personality.
The human factor matters, especially to those who went through all the trouble to get to Lofoten.