Our B&B, set back from the village’s center, offers an idyllic setting to fully enjoy nature, starry skies, northern lights, midnight sun.
We live in the house, which we gladly share with our travelers.
There are two 2-people rooms. Up to 4 guests can be accommodated at the same time. Our travelers have access to all the house (including garden and parking spots).
Can be provided for extra costs
“The house is very cozy and the owners are charming! We feel at home. Everything was very clean, bathroom, room and common areas” – September 2020
“Small house with great service, you will get there everything what is needed for lovely staying 👌“ – August 2020
“This was an incredibly cozy home, thanks for having us! We really recommend it for everyone traveling in this area. Lola is amazing 🙂” – July 2020
“Brilliant hosts in a small old house. Neat and homely.” – June 2020
“Lola and Laurent are super great hosts! They are very communicative and friendly people. We are sure that they will help you with every upcoming wish or question. Apart from that the place is beautiful and we highly advise you to stay there.” – March 2020
“Very personalized welcome. Lola and Laurent take the time to welcome you and talk to you. They recommended a natural hot spring and waterfall that was not marked on our guidebook and we enjoyed discovering them. Very helpful, accommodating and pleasant. We enjoyed our overnight stay with them and will return if the opportunity arises !” – February 2020
“Lola and Laurent, the owners, really made us feel like home and also providing local insights. The home is very clean and cozy, it is like living as a local.” – January 2020
“Maybe a little complicated to find without GPS, but the owners are really nice. I felt like family there 🙂” – November 2019
“Lola and Laurent are a lovely couple. They made a cozy space and tidy kitchen and shared space. We stayed at the bear room. The place is in a quiet area and we really enjoyed walking at all area in the town. There was an interesting beer bath spa. We loved to watch the northern lights on the dark street away from the home area.” – October 2019