Budget pricing – Basic standard.
If you had a look at our pricelist you may already know that our prices are just about how low as they get in this country, as we are among the rare bread of accomodation providers for the budget conscious traveler.
The services provided are basic, and you wan`t find much goldplated equipment. However we can afford to treat you with a smile or two… We appreciate all our guests, and budget pricing does not mean you don`t deserve clean areas and a good bed to sleep in. And hey, you might even find it luxourious to be awakened by birds singing in the morning.
Bed clothing (linen) not stored in cabins.
We know that most of our guests bring their own sleepingbags, or bed clothing. (After all, that`s camping.) Therefore we do not keep our linen in the cabins, and this way you don`t have to pay for a service you may not need. If you need bed linen you pay only a cleaning fee of 50 Nok per bed/stay/change. (Not per night). Duvet only, for use with your own linen are free of charge. This is also a more hygienic system, a bonus for everyone.
Basic standard self household cabins.
Minimum fee of 90,- Nok or 10 Euros, for normal end cleaning. On a strict budget? Ask for our “DIY-deal” (Do It Yourself ) and save money.
Kitchen, laundry, Toilets and showers in service buildings. Coins for hot water in shower. Tokens for washing machine. (No water in cabins.)
Household equipment not stored in cabins.
We supply eguipment for our cabin guests included in the price, but we don`t keep it in the cabin. What we achieve is a lower initial price due to saving of houskeeping costs.
You simply loan the equipment you need at the reception or in the common kitchen, and deliver it back on departure. Money saved. (Cooking plates, microwave and refrigerator in all cabins. Waterboiler and appliances available on loan.)
Service building. Charged showers.
The service building is very basically equipped, and are situated in reasonable distance from most cabins and camping spaces. Peoples usage of hot water varies substantially especially in the showers. One can easily imagine that f.i. a cyclist after 8 hours ride in cold rain will have a differnt desire for heating then most. However the shovers are a common good and limited in space, and individual usage may not stand relative to what is payed for the accomodation. So, to distribute this particular good more even and keep initial prices low, we charge a small amount for hot water in showers. (About 5 Nok. Per 3 mins.) People rearly use waste time cleaning their hands or doing dishes, so hot water on these stations are absolutely free.