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This Might Look Like A Tiny Shack In The Middle Of Nowhere. But What's Hidden Inside Is Incredible.

One of Sweden's most unusual inns is only open seasonally, from April to early December. It's a very small inn, very rustic, but the price for a nightly stay clocks in at $400 – $500. So what's the catch?

The Utter Inn looks like a normal lakeside hotel just east of Sweden's capital.


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But it's not just lakeside. It's actually on the lake.


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The small shack you see above the water is only the entrance point. The actual hotel is beneath the surface of the water.

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Mikael Genburg, the Utter Inn's designer, said he was inspired by the thrill of guests experiencing sleeping underwater for the first time.


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There is a window on each side and you feel completely submerged in the water.


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You can literally sleep with the fishes.


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Visitors tell Mikael that their underwater slumber is the best sleep they've ever had in their lives.


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Credit: DailyMail UK

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