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  • Patricia Hanning

    SWEDEN - Utter Inn. In English, this means Otter Inn, which is an apt description for this floating underwater hotel in Stockholm, Sweden. Show up, and they’ll paddle you 1km out to the middle of a lake where a small out-house looking contraption floats on the water. Then they drop you off and you’re left to enjoy your own private island. Your living space isn’t limited to the outhouse and surrounding deck however – the bedroom is actually below, 10 feet under the water.

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  • MetroWize

    Utter Inn - Ever dream of living underwater? Well now that’s possible at Utter Inn in Sweden. Guests are transported by boat to a private underwater cabin in the middle of beautiful Lake Malaren. The only way back to shore is via inflatable boat – but be wary, many of the nearby islands are completely uninhabited. LOCATION: Lake Malaren, Sweden

  • Anne Crabb

    Utter Inn, Västerås, Sweden: A hotel with only one guest room, complete with a bedroom below the water with windows for watching marine life. what a great looking place!

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Sweden. I would happily live in that little house, surrounded by tall trees and swaying grass. :)

Sweden! The drain-pipes and lantern frames give the impression that everything has been outlined with a fat black marker. C: