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Lodge Gimle

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Lodge Gimle


is the smaller of the three houses and offers through its open loft the most comfort for a couple or a single person.
Enjoy the overwhelming visual impressions of the Faroese nature from your accommodation Gimle. In Norse mythology Gimle is considered the most beautiful place on earth.

There is even a troll rock belonging to the cottage. The only mystic spot in the village. At night they say, you can see the little inhabitants of the stone. And you should better not tease them …

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Lodge Gimle is furnished in a "French Nordic" style.
Jeanne d'Arc Living of Denmark is probably the most sought after company in the aesthetics of this interior design and inspired us a lot.

Bright furniture, antique unique pieces, flea market finds, and all combined to create a warm and cozy comfort.

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Enjoy a romantic evening with candlelight, classical music, a glass of red wine and have a warm bath in a bathtub in the late victorian style and let the magnificent impressions of the day pass again in front of your eyes…

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Price per day: 98 euros

Plus
Costs for end cleaning: 50 euros
Costs for bed linen&towels per person and per stay: 20 euros
The prices refer to the whole lodge (whole building).
In addition there are (as mentioned above) costs for the final cleaning (once) and a fee for bed linen and towels (once per person).
There is a minimum stay of four nights in both lodges.
Maximum occupancy of guests: 2 adults


Sleeping areas:


One double bed (140x200) in the open loft.

Please note, that Lodge Gimle has a bath tub only.
This holiday home is a lovely house with a history of more than a hundred years. Its traditional construction imparts the coziness and rustic appeal of a truly historic building.
However we feel obliged to inform you that there are several rooms with low ceilings (1,98 metres) as it is the case with EVERY ancient timber-built home.
The reason is that people used to be smaller in height and that lower rooms could be heated with less resources.
In case you feel you won’t be comfortable with this architectural feature, we recommend you rather look for a modern holiday house.



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