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Huldufólk Haven


Long before the 10,000-year-old fertile valley, now called the Ohop Valley, from the Scottish name for hill - Ow-hop.


Earlier than the Nisqually native people lived in the 'banana belt' of the valley for its mild winters, preceding settlement by Scandinavian immigrants, they were already here, the hidden folk - Huldufólk.

We may or may not be able to see the Fae folk; Pixies, Gnomes, Sylphs, Brownies, Dryads, and Elves flourished in this lavish paradise. Living together in relative harmony with the Elementals to care for and maintain this wonderland.

Decorative image of fae folk
Image of a the before where Al has build his Huldufolk Haven village
This is the after image of the village
This is a picture of the Huldufolk Haven sign's design

As time went on, their safe harbors became fewer and fewer, crowded by development and what some would call progress.

In a small corner of the land under our stewardship, a neglected tangle of brambles, rocks, and weeds, we decided to dedicate and establish a small safe refuge for those unseen. Huldufólk Haven, a safe place, is the result. It is a habitat secured against other four-legged creatures residing on the land.

Case in point. Shortly after the Huldufólk Haven Hotel was built, Anni (the dog) thought biting off the chimney as a chew toy would be really fun. A fence was required, essentially making it a gated community, complete with a waterfall, a pond, and a Council House serving as an official gathering place to discuss community issues.

Miki & Anni

Self-appointed protectors of the unseen, Miki & Anni

Renovations in 2023

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