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The cabins are 36 square meters, and have two bedrooms - a family bunkbed at both of the rooms and a "sleepingcouch" in the livingroom. WC, shower, kitchen with refrigerator and a stove and a livingroom with TV, couch and a dining table.

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The cabins are designed so that disabled can get into the cabin with a wheelchair, large toilet and shower. There is a wheelchair ramp to get into the cabins. There are only allowed with dogs in one of these cabins.

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The large cabins

The large cabins

The cabins are designed so that disabled can get into the cabin with a wheelchair, large toilet and shower. There is a wheelchair ramp to get into the...

The large cabins

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