Sustainability is the key. When we decided to renovate this traditional Norwegian wooden log cabin, together with an award-winning interior designer from New York we agreed to keep the spirit of the place. We had and combined the original building with modern elements. After the reconstruction in 2020, the Lakeview
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. Nothing will stand on your way to a
Place to be Since ancient times, we have been shaped by natural laws that we cannot ignore. That’s why we decided to invite history to our cabins, and at the same time enjoy all the conveniences of the 21st century. We had this in our minds when we renovated the cottage
Place to be Surrounded by forest and lake, Viking House is built into the ground which gives it a unique cave-like feeling. Thanks to a round shape, walking through a hallway with white walls and red Viking drawings seems a bit like a labyrinth. Viking House decoration will take you
Place to be One of the main challenges of the 2020 renovation was the update of the extended space in the old barn. The original extension didn’t feel connected to the original structure. Nor did the heart of the cabin, the kitchen, feel inviting for groups to gather and enjoy.
While the pandemic has reminded us that health is the real wealth, the unfolding climate crisis mandates we all live more sustainably too. Fortunately, organic, regeneratively grown food is a solve for both.