The lodge consists of five buildings: A farmhouse, a goahti, a hen-house, a barn and sauna. All buildings have electricity, and fresh water from two wells.
The Farmhouse: Comprises a hallway, living room and kitchen on the ground floor and on the first floor are 3 sleeping rooms for a total of 10 persons. There are 3 double beds and 4 single/bunk-beds. In the living room and kitchen we can serve groups of upto 20 persons.
The Sauna: Is a Finnish tradition and also very popular in northern Norway. It has electricity for lighting, a wood oven for heating and warm water and
space for 8 persons. This is the lodges hygienic facility. This is how you maintain your personal hygiene in the wilderness.
Hen-House Restaurant: Our restaurant can seat up to 40 persons. Has a heated floor of slate stone. A huge Wood stove keeps the restaurant warm even when temperature reaches a chilling minus 40 outdoors in winter. This is where we serve breakfast, lunch and dinner for groups.
The Barn Hotel: The barn is rebuilt to a cosy building with 4 bedrooms. Electric toilet, TV-room / Bar for relaxation. Beds for 10-12 persons.
Gamme: The “gamme” is a traditional sami-building. It is constructed of a frame of pine timber, then covered with turf. Sleeping room for 2 persons. It has electricity for lighting and heating . Circa 10 square meters.
Sanitary facilities: Our lodge has two bio toilets.
Telephone (+47) 78970540 PIC: Anne Koivisto