Just up the road from the seal colony is Litlibaer, a historical 19th century farmstead. Not only is it a charming home with historic photos and tools, but they serve coffee and waffles! Just the restorative lunch we were looking for after a long drive.
Here you can see the traditional turf roof on the farmhouse. It also included both stone and wood construction.
The rooms were quite small, with low ceilings -- very cozy. We ate at the table by the window and enjoyed looking at the photos of family members who had lived at the farmhouse over the years.
A small pantry area next to the stairs included a variety of historic kitchen tools.
Q is enjoying his coffee and waffles. (Not being a coffee person, I had hot chocolate.) The waffles were heart-shaped and topped with jam and whipped cream -- quite delicious!