Welcome to this old fishermans cabin in Stamsund, Lofoten. The outlet part of the cabin contains a sitting room with a kitchen corner on the ground floor. Upstairs is one bedroom. In the entrance room there is one utility room with water and a bathroom with shower and toilet. The artstudio in the back will be not in use while the cabin is set for rent. The name on this cabin is Kallebua and it is still in the process of being upgraded. People from all religions and backgrounds are welcome!
“Camilla's cabin is amazing, settled into this little fishing village, it is something out of a old nautical story. It is cozy and quaint, perfect for raining days, but with modern touches, as in wifi, a very big TV upstairs, and heated floors for the bathroom. Camilla herself is very welcoming and accommodating. This place is a must if you are visiting the Lofotens.”
Simple and cozy cottage. The kitchen with 2 hotplates and refrigerator. Woodburning stove in the living room. Sauna. Water in canisters. Outdoor toilet. Wonderful sea view. Nice and quiet nature.
“Everything was perfect with Ruth, The accommodation is really typical Norwegian the view is breathtaking, the sauna is a great place. The lack of running water is not a problem thanks to the cans of drinking water prepared by Ruth and the sauna. The location is great for ski touring trip (with a car the departures of hiking are nearby) I recommend this accommodation for a typical Norwegian stay”
Beautiful, well maintained and idyllic grandmother in the middle of Lofoten, by the sea. A place for people who want their own place, with big lawn and platter. Kai and floating dock. Child friendly with sandbox, play rack and summer trampoline.
“Very nice place, lovely house and kind owner. we feel like home. We catched beautiful Northern light in October and it was fantastic. Elin responded very fast anytime we asked and Hans is very kind well-informed person, we learned alot after taking fishsing tour with Hans and Nybakk senior (comfortable boat). Kids talked about holidays all the way home. Strongly recommended”