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Resort Cabins in Norway Hang Over Water

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These stylish Norwegian cabins by Snorre Stinessen overlook the water surrounding the Manshausen island that belongs to a polar explorer Børge Ousland. Perched at the four sides of the 18th century stone quays the cabins are a part of resort built around old farmhouse.

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Protruding above water the cabins feature glazed facades that allow for panoramic views of the hills and calming water. The cabins can accommodate up to 4-5 people providing the guests with the kitchen, dining, and plenty of storage.

The wooden part of the cabin continues on the inside in the same minimalistic way, lining the walls, the ceiling, and even floors. The territory is soon to have a spa and a sauna making it an ultimate resort for quite family leisure.

Resort Cabins Overlooking Water

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