Room available in Kirkenes (Girkonjárga). 10 min walk to the town square, 5 min to the forest, the museum, cross country ski tracks and paved footpath, 5 min walk to shopping mall and bus stop. Fjord view, calm neighborhood, parking and wi-fi.
Classic built-after-war architecture (1961), bedrooms upstairs, entrance, bathroom, kitchen and living room ground floor, with access to the terrace.
Electrical heating in all rooms and wood stove in living room/kitchen area.
House with great view, quickly reached from the city centre (and the airport shuttle). The house have two available bed rooms. It is possible to rent both, and there are even possibilities for renting the entire house if the timing is right and I am out of town. Still 2 bedrooms, but an extra bed and a mattress are available. When closing this reservation, you reserve the room with a double bed (140cm x 200 cm). If you would like to reserve the room with a single bed (instead of this, or in addition to this), you will have to make a separate reservation for that room. It is called "Morning coffee with fjord view (single bed)".
Guests may use all facilities: kitchen, bathroom, living room, terrace.
Общение с гостями
If not travelling, I will be present in the house. I prefer correspondence through e-mail.
Другие важные подробности
Most shops in Norway are closed on Sundays, yet restaurants are open. Grocery shops are mostly open until 23.00 Monday-Saturday. There is a grocery shop within walking distance from the house, it is located in the mall "Handelsparken" and you can find a pharmacy in the same mall.
If you arrive by car, please park your car along the fence. During winter, you might park your car by my entrance. Let me know, and I will be able to advice you on this matter. If you are driving on snow/ice for the very first time, please drive extra careful and park the car by the fence.
Guests are expected to clean up after using any of the facilities, no pets are permitted (and I don't have any) and smoking takes place outside.
Sámi lady, teacher and politician. Travelled (and worked) a lot in Russia, stayed (and worked) in Brussels for a year, studied in Caen for a month. When not working at the middle school down the street, I promote indigenous peoples issues in the Sámi Parliament in Norway OR I relax and chop wood at my cabin just outside my hometown.
In addition to (most) Scandinavian languages, I speak English, some French, some German and North Sámi.
Bought my house in 2013, and I have two rooms available for nice people coming to explore my wonderful hometown and its surroundings. If I am not home, you can enjoy the entire house by yourself.