Rent the house Isikkivik in South Greenland         60 54' 40.71'' N    46 02' 17.58'' W

  Our house is located on the eastern edge of Narsaq, at the foot of the Savaasat Qaqqaat (Greenlandic for 'Goat's Mountain'). It's a blue cottage with a picture window and a large wooden deck facing south that provides a full view of the fjord, the entire town, nearby islands and the ice cap.

Isikkivik has 27 sq. m. of living space (290 sq. ft.), including a living room in the front with a dining table, a comfy fold-out sofa, well-stocked multi-lingual bookshelves, and plenty of drawer and storage space. There are chairs and a table for the front deck, and a tiny bedroom at the back. You can cook full-course meals in the well-furnished kitchen. The house has hot and cold running water during the summer. Isikkivik is an ideal nest for two people.

Many Greenlanders live in small wooden houses, often without running water, central heating or flush toilets. Isikkivik has a kompost toilet but there is no shower.
A modern electric heater keeps the place nice and cozy on cold days.

Our wood-fired hot tub (600 liters) is right outside the door. It takes about two hours for the tub to be filled with water and another 2-3 hours to heat up the water. But it is worth the waiting. Soak and relax as you gaze at the icebergs in the fjord.

We charge 500 euros a week, including utilities like electricity and water.
During the off-season, the heating costs will be billed extra.

A reservation is only binding after 50% of the rental price
has been paid. We send a rental agreement to all guests, including a description of terms and conditions. The remaining 50% of the rental price is due four weeks
prior to the beginning of the rental period.

We recommend that guests visiting during the summer months make their reservations well in advance.

Monika Brune & Paul Cohen
Inuusuttut Aqqutaat B-520
3921 Narsaq

Phone: +299 66-20-80

We speak English, German, Danish and French.

Here is an overview of the booked dates (marked in red) for the summer season, which generally runs from mid-June to mid-September.