Gallery: 6 Awesome Caves to Call Home

 
If caves bored into the side of mountains aren’t wild enough for you, you and a guest can sleep 500 feet below ground in Sweden’s historic Sala Silvermine suite. The mine itself was a leading producer of silver during the 16th Century all the way to the 20th Century when it closed. A network of beautiful underground halls offer unique dining, small concerts, and can be rented for weddings or private parties, which can be arranged around an underground lake.

SALA SILVERMINE

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  1. joanna farrugia June 27, 2012 at 4:10 am

    There is a cave house like these in Malta. Unfortunately I do not have a photo of it. It is called Gharukasa in Maltese which translated means literally, house and cave!

  2. canivan February 2, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    My kind of house.
    Must have been hard putting it together.
    John

  3. greenworker75 January 6, 2012 at 4:18 am

    I wonder if they’re any serious flooding problems. How many sump-pumps do they have?

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