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The Lighthousekeepers recidence (reg. fish camp)

Entire house hosted by Christian
8 guests3 bedrooms7 beds1.5 baths
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Beautiful cabin in traditional style. Fantastic fishing and scubadiving opportunities. The wild North sea is right outside. 230 m to the sea. Here you find the boat (GeMi 21'/130 hp, aluminium) and a house where you may take care of your catch. The jacuzzi is an excellent place to relax in the evening. Boat and jacuizzi against extra fee.

As we are registered, our guests are allowed to export 18 kg of fish pr person

The space
In Hitra you will feel as close to nature as ever before. Unique opportunities for fishing, eagle-spotting, scuba diving and relaxation.

Guest access
As guest you have access to the full property except the annex. Jacuzzi against extra fee (1.000,- NOK)

Other things to note
We are at the border of the North Sea in the north Atlantic ocean. The weather can swap through four seasons in a day...but that's a part of the attraction and the beauty.
Beautiful cabin in traditional style. Fantastic fishing and scubadiving opportunities. The wild North sea is right outside. 230 m to the sea. Here you find the boat (GeMi 21'/130 hp, aluminium) and a house where you may take care of your catch. The jacuzzi is an excellent place to relax in the evening. Boat and jacuizzi against extra fee.

As we are registered, our guests are allowed to export 18 kg of fish…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Bedroom 3
4 single beds

Amenities

Hot tub
Indoor fireplace
Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Wifi
Washer
Air conditioning
TV
Cable TV
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Kvenvær, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway

Hitra is the 7th largest island in Norway, 685 sqkm. Since the nineties, you have been able to use your car all the way through one of the deepest underwater tunnels in the world (286 meters below sea level). One of the reasons an investment like that was possible is that enormous quantities of salmon are produced on Hitra and another large island next to Hitra; Frøya. On average, 500.000 kg salmon are produced here EVERY DAY.
Hitra has much to offer, if you are interested in nature. Because of the wild climate next to the sea, most of the island is covered by pine forest or no trees at all. On the southernmost part of the island, where our house is, you will only find trees here and there (along the sea, if you go 1-2 km inside the island there is real forest) Because of this you will have the feeling of walking in Norwegian mountains if you decide to climb the Tonningen that is 6-7 km from the house. The view from the top is spectacular; you may see mountains more than 70 km away, and the whole archipelago. You do not need special skills for this trip, but if you’re afraid of heights it may be a challenge to go all the way.
The pier is 200m from the house, and this is where the boats are. We have one aluminium 130 hp 21 fee (for fishing, scuba diving and tourism). You may also fish from the pier, especially mackerel and coalfish are easy to catch, and both tastes great. The feeling of having 5 mackerel on at the same time is ecstatic. You may also catch crabs in nets from the pier.
Of course, with the boat you have even more opportunities. The big fish is waiting for you. Asking the guides for help is a good advice if you are after the big catches, but if you are mostly interested in dinner and enjoying the quietness and the company, you can try anywhere.

Hitra has the densest population of sea eagle in Europe. Birds from here are exported back to Scotland where they have been extinct. It’s not uncommon to see 5-10 birds in the air at the same time, but during July they are nesting so you will see family groups and adults seeking food. Whales are spotted on very irregular basis.
Hitra is the 7th largest island in Norway, 685 sqkm. Since the nineties, you have been able to use your car all the way through one of the deepest underwater tunnels in the world (286 meters below sea level). O…

Hosted by Christian

Joined in December 2015
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Family man, passionate about cooking, hunting and outdoor activities.
During your stay
Local friends might be reachable when needed. In addition we have a working relationship with a nearby hostel/outletter of fihing cabins.
Restaurant and two pubs nearby, as well as small supermarket, petrol (boat and car) and air compressor (scuba)
Local friends might be reachable when needed. In addition we have a working relationship with a nearby hostel/outletter of fihing cabins.
Restaurant and two pubs nearby, as we…
  • Languages: Dansk, English, Norsk, Svenska
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  • Response time: within an hour
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House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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No carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $1170
Cancellation policy