Idyllic between majestic trees and with a beautiful view, you find Dikterstua.
The house belonged to Knut Hamsun's farm Skogheim when the author himself lived on Hamarøy from 1911 to 1917.
Dikterstua has a large garden, is centrally located on Hamarøy, and at the same time shielded from view. The place is close to most Hamsun-related sights on Hamarøy and invites to overnight stays in a class of their own. Here Hamsun wrote parts of Marken Grøde for which he was later awarded the Nobel Prize