Prince Harry’s Norway Vacation Rental Will Surprise You!
Nothing says romance quite like an idyllic town with no restaurants, cafes or even a single shop — especially if you’re trying to avoid the public eye. For his first overseas getaway with girlfriend Meghan Markle, Prince Harry chose the tiny Norwegian town of Tromvik, and booked a modest-looking Airbnb instead of a five-star hotel.
The Tromvik Lodge is set on the shoreline of the Norwegian Sea which boasts “an amazing panoramic view of the ocean and the Northern lights or the midnight sun. The surroundings are astonishing mountains, forests and meadows where sheep graze,” according to the listing.
Sound too good to be true? Take a peek for yourselves!
The four-bedroom lodge, which rents for $477 a night, is situated in a remote location, ensuring the utmost privacy for the couple.
A cozy, light-filled open floor plan is simple in design and offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape.
Can you imagine Prince Harry cooking up a storm in this cozy kitchen? Meghan is one lucky girl.
A cast iron fireplace divides the living room and dining room and gives the space a feeling of hygge.
This little dining nook is the perfect spot for a romantic candlelit dinner for two. Just look at that view!
We can’t get over how stunning that sunset is.
Instead of venturing out into the cold, the hot tub on the front porch is the ideal spot to take in the Northern Lights. Speaking of Northern Lights…
…is this even real life? Excuse us while we go book our next winter getaway!