Stable House: Modern gem of the Scandinavian Alps

Traditional outside, modern inside. At first glance, the cottage looks like a building built in the traditional Norwegian way. But as you enter, you realize you have found yourself in a modern mountain cabin that keeps pace with the trend of functional Scandinavian minimalism. Add the stunning view over the Hemsedal valley and you know where you go for your next adventure.

Place to be

Located right next to a main Huso Lodge building, Stable House maintains its own, unmistakable integrity. One side of the house is surrounded by a rocky hill, while the other side offers an open view across the magnificent valley. Thanks to this arrangement, you will feel safe inside and nothing will stand on your way to a perfect mountain restart.

Sunrise at Stable House
View of Huso Lodge building from Stable House living room
View over Huso Lodge, Queen's Cottage and Stable House from the rocky hill

Like our other cottages, Stable House has undergone extensive renovation as well. The house consists of two wings where the left-wing is made for calmer moments in bedrooms, and the right-wing mainly for sharing enjoyable time with others. There we decided to apply the concept of a large open common room, which includes a kitchen, dining areas, and living areas. This layout allows spending quality time together for any group.

Light and brightness were other motives that played a large role in rebuilding. All rooms are therefore very simply furnished so they completely fulfils their function and bring only positive feelings. Our secret tip is two special lofted rooms, in which we used the most of their potential and at the same time created a cozy atmosphere. Do you know a more pleasant interior than a combination of white walls, large windows, and wooden decoration?

Most likely for

The Stable House is located at the center of the Huso experience. Yet, the surrounding of the cottage is quiet and calm, you won’t be bothered by others. On the other hand, you won’t feel trapped in the middle of nowhere, and if you want, you can use all services that Huso Lodge offers. 

You will find privacy not only outside, but also inside the cabin. With its eight bedrooms, Stable House can accommodate groups of up to sixteen people. Each bedroom has either a separate toilet or shower. These facilities are perfect for people who want to form a bond with other guests, but at the same time enjoy their personal space.

Although the cabin is suitable also for a larger family, it will fit perfectly to a group of friends, work colleagues, or a group of (so far) unknown people. Retreats and workshops of various specialisations can take place here, mostly for people who prefer modern, clean design. Spacious desks in the common room can also work great as remote offices. The co-working space in the middle of the Scandinavian Alps has never been closer to reality.

What to do

Huso Lodge itself is surrounded by nature, steps from many lakes, rivers, farms, and endless trails for hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing, depending on the season. In the winter, you can sled or ski down the hill right outside the Stable House. If it is not enough for you, jump into the car and drive 20 minutes to Hemsedal Skisenter. We are pretty sure that the second largest ski resort in Norway within 44 kilometers long slopes will satisfy you.

Just about 100 meters hiking up from the cabin, you will get the most amazing view of the valley. You can also get lost in the forest trails leading straight from the terrace of the cottage. Lovely forest will offer you fresh sprouts in the spring, blueberries in the summer, mushrooms in the autumn, or meetings with moose and rabbits in the winter. 

We must also mention a spacious outdoor terrace with bench seating, a grill, and a hot tub that connects to a large group sauna. Stable House has the biggest sauna to compare with our other cabins, about 12 guests can be seated inside. Even the bad weather won’t stop you from enjoying time outside, there is a covered shelter on the terrace. 

Everything you need
  • Five toilets, five showers.
  • Fully equipped kitchen within a big fridge and freezer, two stoves and ovens, and all necessary appliances.
  • Common room equipped with a fireplace, 50-Inch TV and two couches, and two big tables for eating or working.
  • Six bedrooms with two single beds (can be combined to form a double) and two bedrooms with one single bed and one lofted bed include wooden hangers for clothes.