It is now many years since we got this idea to build these
holiday homes and january of 2017, it was our oldest daugther Julia, 18,
who sat down in the excavator and had the first showel put into the ground
Since you are going to build in such a scenic area, it is very
important that we do not take anything from the nature.
Therefor, we have choosen to follow the old faroese building
style, with stone grounds, wide black cladding widths, white
attice windows and of course grass on the roof
inside the houses also bear the mark of the old construction
but are designed so that our guest get the best possible
stay and experience. The living room height is 36 m2 with
well equipped kitchen, bathroom and livingroom. Good
staircase leading to the first floor. On the first floor is a
room with two beds and an open room with two beds.
There are many accommodations in theFaroe Islands
that are far cheaper than ours, but with our unique view,
our new charming houses, we have choosen this consept,
of high quality so that you can have the optimal experience
The couple Anita and Tróndur are the owners of the resort
" The view" and we also live here in the village of Bøur,
together with our 3 daughters, Julia, Eva Gunn and Anja Sólja.
We also run a small farm of 70 sheep, young cattle, chickens,
ducks, dogs, and a horse.
" The View" is located in the village of Bøur and is among the
most breathtaking scenic places of the Faroe Islands and most
natural area in the islands. The village of Bøur is an old settlement
with 65 inhabitants. The characteritics of the villagw are densly
built houses, with the charming grass roofs, the high mountains
( 600 M) behind them and the unique view in front of them and
wich accommodation bears the name of. This unique view lies
as a protection of the village from the waves of the ea. The rocks
(small and large rock) Tindhólmur with its height of 262 meters
and the 5 characteristisc rock tips with the names Outher peak,
Arna peak, Little peak, broud peak, bendt peak. Next to Tindhólmur
are Gáshólmur and Skerhólmur. A little further west is the famous
bird island Mykines, wich attacts many tourists in the summer.
The village Gásadalur with it´s famous waterfall " Múlafossur "
is a 4 km drive from the village of Bøur. Gásadalur with it´s 12
inhabitants was connected by road in 2006 as the last settlement
on the islands. Vágar Airport with there 300.000 + visitors a year
is only 6 km away. Shops and gas station are in the neighbouring
village Sørvág,who is located 5 km away