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Of today's buildings, "Idneståvå" is the jewel and was restored in 1997. The house was built in timber in the so-called empire style in 1863. It originally stood in disrepair in the center of Mundheim, but was salvaged by Kåre Nes and painstakingly taken apart and brought up again at Nestunet in its original form. Today, the house has insulation and modern facilities in the kitchen and bathroom, without the original character being lost.

The Idneståva is divided in two and is designed for up to 6 people in each part. Each part has a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.

Grønaståvå has 2 bedrooms in total with 3 double beds, the kitchen, bathroom and living room.

Trekvitaståvå has 2 bedrooms, a total of 2 double beds, 1 single bed in the loft, sofa bed, kitchen, bathroom and living room.

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