The accomodation has a long and fascinating history. In the early nineteenth century two separate buildings were joined to make this farmhouse. One half was brought from the other side of the fjord. It had originally been used as a building for people to change in and get ready for church. In those days getting to church was an arduous and time consuming undertaking in this mountainous landscape. The other building has a central fire-place and is traditionally used for baking and smoking meat and fish. Down by the fjord is the quay and the old boat house. This was an important building as until the midde of the last century the only way of getting here was by water along the fjord.