This is really an unique place to live in the Lofoten: A real museum, built up as a historic farm for a Lofoten fishing family a 100 years ago.
The Lofoten Torvmuseum is a historic farm museum in Fredvang, build up of authentic old houses. You'll live in the charming Charly-house from 1906, named after Charly, the old lady who lived there once. Here you can live simple and quiet like in the old days: without electricity, internet or stress!
The whole of the Charly-house is at your disposal during your stay. You'll also have access to the whole museum area during your stay. In the yard between the old houses om the museum farm you'll find an outdoor eating area, an grill and a place for lighting a bonfire.
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Другие важные подробности
Living like they did in the olden days means living simple and quiet: no electricity and no bathroom.
So you'll cook on a gas stove, light up the dining table with candles or oil lamps and warm the living room with a real wood-burning oven.
The WC is in a outhouse in the museum, it is is an ordinary water closet, inside a wooden outhouse.
The museum has no bathroom, so you'll have to wash with a cloth and towel like your grandparents did. The kitchen has a sink with cold water, you can heat water on the gas stove.
You live in a museum, so treat the house and furnishings with care and respect. Outside of that: just behave as guests would.