The Faroe Islands is an archipelago that’s part of the kingdom of Denmark, and is a truly breathtaking place in and of itself. If you want to explore these gems, you can spend the night in this “igloo-inspired” dome house with oodles of windows that let you take in the views.
The dome has two upper bedrooms and then on the bottom floor, there’s a large living room with vaulted ceilings, a corner kitchen, and a spacious bathroom with laundry. What a magical little spot!
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Igloo-Inspired Tiny House on Archipelago
What a fun little dome! It almost looks like solar power on the top?
Look at the awesome sectional!
You can see the water from the windows.
On a sunny day! So beautiful.
There’s a table for four to eat at.
View from the balcony.
A curved staircase heads up to the bedrooms.
Here’s the little kitchen with lots of cabinets.
The bathroom has a walk-in shower.
A residential toilet when you first walk in.
A stacked washer and dryer gives you a spot to do laundry.
Here’s one of the dome bedrooms.
A skylight lets you stargaze.
Another look at the view.
Aglow in the moonlight!
This is a new and unique igloo-inspired accommodation. The house is built to the highest environmental sustainability standards with ground-thermal heating, isolation, sustainable materials, and more. It is located in the charming village of Leynar, a central base to explore much of the Faroe Islands. The accommodation only 25 KM (16 Miles) from both the airport and the capital.
A unique, igloo-inspired accommodation. It is brand new (construction finished in June of 2022) and the large windows provide a unique, panoramic view. The house is built to the highest environmenal sustainability standards with ground-thermal heating, high insulation, sustainable materials, and more. The house comfortably fits 4 people with two beds 160 cm x 200 cm.
Please note: As you can see on one of the outside-pictures of the house, we are still working on setting up a garden area outside the house. Hence, the outside is currently only a gravel drive-way and a parking spot 🙂
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