It was a very nice place to stay for one night rest on the way, Espen came out of the house when we arrived and showed us our room to stay. It was clean and we had all we needed. We had no problem with the parking on front of the house. Bed was very comfortable, and our cat felt great there. I can recomend this place for stay.
The only thing that was not mentionned is that it's a basement apartment. Most people may do not really care but there was barely light coming from outside despite the window in the main room. Otherwise we couldn't have the chance to meet Espen in person but he was reactive and kind to our emails.
Enkel og hyggelig kjellerhybel med svært hjelpsomme verter, ligger i buss avstand til byen eller ca tre kvarter (vinterstid).
We spent one night with Espen. The apartment was nice and tidy, everything you need is there. Communication went perfect, even when we had some personal troubles :)
Great value. Super friendly host which gave us plenty of tips about the area during our stay.
We really enjoy our stay in Espen lovely house and even if we didn't see him he was a perfect guest, everything was clear, ready and clean.
I first made contact with Espen months ago asking questions about the attractions in the area. He was very helpful and told me everything I needed to know. I booked a week before my arrival and Espen was still as helpful as ever. I arrived very early in the morning this was not a problem Espen asked me to SMS when ready and he would meet me. The room was fantastic. Everything was perfect. It was very clean and comfortable. It has a small kitchen perfect to cook something after being out exploring this magnificent area of Norway. The house is a short walk from the town centre and in a nice area. A big thank you to you and your family for allowing me to stay. It is something I will never forget.
Espen welcomed us to his home and showed us the independent basement unit. The unit had all basic requirements and was quite comfortable. Espen also gave uggestions for things to do while in the Mo-I-Rana area and helped with ferry schedules for the islands.