Stay At This Seaside Black Timber Boathouse On A Norwegian Island

Aug 22, 2019

Category: Living

Escaping the digital landscape to relax in the rejuvenating countryside is pivotal in maintaining one’s sanity. The Naustet Stokkoya Boathouse By Fur Arkitekter and Agraff Arkitektur is located on an island in Norway and allows guests to simply enjoy natural wonders or host events away from the city life.

Nautset, which translates to “boathouse,” has traditional timber frames updated for a more modern aesthetic. The exterior of the cabin is constructed from spruce and finished with linseed oil to make it appear darker for a stealthy, classic aesthetic. Taking a look inside, you’ll find a dining space that seats a dozen guests, a kitchen, and four bedrooms. The fully bespoke interior by SJ Design is built to provide you with a special food experience inspired by Norwegian coastal culture. And there’s pretty of ways to warm up thanks to a fireplace and a private bar where you can pour your favorite whiskey. Accompanying the boathouse is a jetty for boats, sauna, hot tube, and outdoor kitchen. Reach out today to book your stay.

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