The room has a view of the farmyard, and it has a skylight that offers views of the sky. Here, we simply had to let the birds in, in memory of our dear departed friend and bird lover John Buxton, and his wife Bridget. John succeeded in bringing cranes back to England for the first time for more than a century, and he chased every single greedy crow away from the crane eggs on the marshes of Horsey in Norfolk where the family lives. For his efforts to ensure the return of cranes to England, he was honoured with an MBE, Member of the Order of the British Empire.
He never passed on a chance to catch sea trout, however. Naturally, he chose the Aurlandselva river as the destination for his honeymoon. ‘You stick to your river’
Please note. The Buxton room is situated in a old building built when Norwegians were shorter and the stairs were steeper. We do not recommend people over 185cm staying in the Buxton room.