Bóndans Stova, a charming house from 1851

Bóndans Stova, a charming house from 1851

Entire home/flat

Entire home/flat
6 guests
2 bedrooms
5 beds
1 baths
This charming old Faroese home, built in 1854, is where the famous Rasmus Christoffer Effersøe was born. Rasmus was a Faroese agronomist, poet and politician. Effersøe studied in both Denmark and Sweden and subsequently worked as a farmer. He participated in the Christmas meeting in 1888, which was the beginning of the Faroe Islands' struggle for independence. The name "Bóndans Stova" means Peasants' living room, and the name is taken from a line in one of Rasmus' songs.

The space

This two-storey house has a hallway, living room, kitchen, and bathroom downstairs. Upstairs you will find two bedrooms.


Coffee maker Coffee maker Cooking basics Cooking basics Crib Dishes and silverware Dishes and silverware Dishwasher Dishwasher Ethernet connection Extra pillows and blankets Fire extinguisher Fire extinguisher Free parking on premises Free parking on premises Garden or backyard Hair dryer Hair dryer Hangers Hangers Heating Heating Hot water Hot water Kettle Iron Iron Kitchen Kitchen Long term stays allowed Oven Oven Patio or balcony Patio or balcony Private entrance Refrigerator Refrigerator Room-darkening shades Shampoo Shampoo Smoke detector Smoke detector Stove Stove TV TV Clothing storage Waterfront Wireless Internet Wireless Internet Family/kids friendly Full kitchen internet connection Self check-in


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