Enjoy a stay at the old light house! (Leirvik fyrstasjon)
We are proud to announce that the old beacon caretaker’s house can be rented. It is situated on Midtøya, the small island in Leirvik bay.
The cosy building is from 1878 and can house up to 7 people. First floor contains two small living rooms and a new kitchen. Second floor has two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two bunk beds. Toilet and shower is in the adjoining building, which is the old machine house from 1939.
You need to have your own boat or arrange your own transportation by sea. The landing is brand new with a manmade small sandy beach and a sea pool for public use. You have to bring sheets, comforter and pillow covers, towels, toilet paper etc.
The house and bathroom has to be cleaned before departure. You will get an instruction sheet with the key that has to be fulfilled before you leave. Cleaning equipment is provided at site.
The renter responsible has to be at least 20 years of age. Reservation can be made Monday through Friday 09.00-15.30 by phone (+47) 53 49 69 50.
You will get the keys in the reception at the Culture house after full amount is paid. The keys and signed instruction sheet are to be returned at the same location after your stay is completed.
- 1 night (key pick up at 12.00 – key delivery 11.00 next day): kr 1.000,-
- Weekend (key pick up Friday at 15.00 – key delivery Sunday at 20.00): kr 2.000,-
- 5 days (key pick up Monday at 12.00 – key delivery Friday at 14.00): kr 3.500,-
- 7 days (key pick up Monday at 12.00 – key delivery Sunday at 20.00): kr 5.500,-
- Price per day for cultural events or meetings: kr 800,-
If anything gets damaged or you notice something wrong with the house or the property, you have to let Stord municipality know as soon as possible. Call the reception at the Culture house at 53496950.
The property is a historical site and includes four buildings: the beacon caretaker’s house (Leirvik fyrstasjon) and the outhouse from 1878, the machine house from 1939 and a boat house from 1930. The whole area is a culture reserve and an arena for cultural events and experiences. Stord municipality cooperates with the non-profit organization “Venelaget for Leirvik fyr” about the upkeep of the property.