The Summers Residence aka Rich Old Bearhunters Micro Museum is a publicly all day open 'look in', or museum of sorts, as time has stood still since 1912. And it still serves as accomodation and occasionally café.
In day-time a glowing jolly house with multilanguage library, soft chairs and stepdancing flies in the window frames.
At night-time a gloomy whispering house infected with sudden sounds of cracking wood and wild animal shrieks.
There are pee-pots under every bed.
Luckily the summer nights do not get very dark this far north. That makes it possible to rent for the more daring Vagabonds of the Northern Trail.
Double bed rooms are available for adults. Standards are the same as in the old bearhunters heydays. That is; drinkwater in cans, gas cooker, heating by stoves with firewood, cold cellar, battery driven lights and 4 seats pit privy. OBS! no 230v electricity, of course, but charging possibilities, running water and shower 200 meters down at the farm. Parking just outside (in case of sudden escape).
Some experience with old mansions and open fire is prefered.
...as is social patience toward museum visitors and window tappers...
15 june - 1 october