WonderInn is what you may consider to be a real hidden gem. Glazed in floor to ceiling mirrored glass, this cabin blends seamlessly into the surrounding landscape and allows you retreat inside in comfort and literally watch the world go by.
The mirrored glass offers a spectacular 180-degree view of the surrounding nature, but there is no visibility inside from out. The unique mirrored windows create the illusion of disappearing into the woods.
Blending in with the was a clear directive of the design, which takes every measure to welcome the outdoors in. Even on the darkest winter days, the ample windows allow for every bit of light to radiate off the unvarnished bright timber that covers the interior of the cabin.
The cabin was created by a couple from Belgium and Norway who fell in love with the stunning view, the wild and remote forest, the wildlife and the seclusion, yet being in a location that was still being within easy reach of Oslo. "Where others saw a few worn down cabins, we saw the potential to build something magical!" they say.
This cabin rental in Norway has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a simple kitchen, as well as a seating and dining area. The cabin has a patio, a spa bath and a hot tub. The main bed is located inside the mirrored cabin and the second is located in the adjoining little cabin that sits just off to the side under the cover of the trees.
The outdoor hot tub is easily the highlight, once you've gotten over the stunning little cabin itself of course. This classic Scandinavian wood-fired hot tub sits on the edge of the hill and offers uninterrupted views over the Øyeren lake and far into the distance. Imagine yourself sitting here on a stunning summers night or even in the depths of winter surrounded by snow. This truly is a versatile Norwegian escape.
The cabin is located about 25 minutes east of Oslo and sits on the edge of the Øyeren Lake which is the centrepiece of the wonderful nature reserve of Nordre Øyeren. This region is famous for its unique ecosystem where two of Norway’s longest rivers meet. It is home to more fish and bird species than almost anywhere else in the country. Fishing, bird watching, hiking, biking, canoeing and boat trips are popular activities in the area.
If you are coming from Oslo, there is a regular train that runs from Oslo Central to Lillestrøm Station. You will then need to get a bus from the station to the Cabin. There is a stop just at the bottom of the street. However as this are is such a stunning natural environment, we highly recommend you hire a car and drive here. Its only 30 minutes from Oslo and this means you get to explore the rest of the beautiful surrounding area.
Address: Støtterudvegen 215, 2008 Fjerdingby, NorwayView larger map