14 hours by air, land and sea – is this remote subarctic cabin worth it?


A lone, wide-eyed woman sat crumpled beneath a duvet in the corner of a cavernous, remote property, miles from the nearest human, flinching at every shadow, the brutish wind roaring as heavy rain thrashed the windows; mountains blackened by the night looming overhead. Anything could happen, and not a soul would hear.

No, this is not a scene from The Shining, but I, the lone woman, was watching the Kubrick cult classic, and perhaps I shouldn’t have, given my frighteningly similar circumstances.

I was spending my weekend on a tiny Norwegian island just beneath the Arctic Circle, in a far-flung, weather-beaten abode that was once a fisherman’s cottage and is now a modern, stylish Scandi-style hideout….

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