On the farm Kirkflå, you can get a simple, but historic accomodation, in the second floor of a newly restored smithy.
The room has two beds, but also a lot of space on the floor for sleeping mats. You will also find a nice seeting area, where you can enjoy your meal. There is no heat or electricity in the house, but you have access to water. There is a well-held outhouse (old-fashioned non-flushing toilet) in the end of the farmhouse.
This smithy is always open, year around. The hosts at the farm are so friendly and helpful, such a nice atmosphere.
The Norwegian Fund for National Heritage Site has made a nice video, that shows the restored building, and the story behind it (norwegian is spoken).