and that's the toilet. it is beyond my comprehension why they can't simply build a toilet in each of the houses. See, the thing is, the rooms are spread across different wooden houses. So several people would be sharing one house with maybe 3-4 rooms and one kitchen. that's perfectly fine. then comes the toilet. it was located in an entirely different building which means you had to get out of your cosy little hut, brave the cold winds of the night/morning for maybe 50m before you can pee or wash your face. NOT a very pleasant experience at all. oh, and the showers charge you 10 nok for 5 minutes of hot water. we didn't bother showering since it was only one night. uncomfortable but it'll have to do if you're on a budget.
But that said, everything else was nice. the surroundings were beautiful and really quiet and peaceful. The air was really fresh, rooms were clean and comfortable, plus the kitchen was well equipped. Be warned though that the local supermarket isn't open on Sundays after summer, so better get some food beforehand if you're arriving on a sunday and plan to cook. The hostel reception sells some basic stuff like instant soup and canned tuna etc. for a quick meal. at a higher price of course.
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