Manshausen Seacabins in Norway

Nov 6, 2015

Category: Living

Besides the Fjords, Norway has some of the most stunning water views of anywhere on the planet, and with these new seacabins you can look right out over the famous Grøtøya strait. The views are breathtaking, but the cabins themselves are works of architectural art that blend into the landscape, accenting without detracting from the natural beauty. With two bedrooms and a single bathroom in each unit, Honeymooners or vacationing partners will be able to rest in equal ease by the shore.

Located on a 55 acre island, the cabins surround a main house with a dining hall where breakfast is served all day long, a fully stocked library complete with plush seating for times when literature draws you away from the glory of nature, and Wi-Fi so that you can get a little work done, so long as you aren’t distracted by the view. [Purchase]

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