A recentely renovated small house in the pedestrian part of Lærdal's old main street. The holiday home, built as a habbedashery in 1898, accommodates six people and is decorated in Scandinavian style with vintage furniture and a wood burning stove.
The house is in a residential area, so no noise after 23.00. No smoking indoors. No parking in the street, only on the designated parking places in the area. Guests are expected to do the dishes before they leave. Garbage should be sorted as stated in the provided instructions, and all recyclable waste should be rinsed out.
I work for a voluntary organization (Fortidsminneforeningen) which has saved many stave churches and other buildings of important cultural heritage in Norway. Together with my life partner Hallvard, I have had the pleasure of restoring several old wooden buildings here in Lærdalsøyri. One of these we now let through Airb&b :-)