The wi-fi is severely problematic --- it only worked at all from part of the living room, and dropped out frequently from there. Nothing at all in the bedrooms. We were on Norway-friendly smartphones and isolated from the issue, but the other three guests had laptops and a pretty frustrating time of it. Tether off your phone, or hope Clive's improved matters.
Clive and Carole run a friendly hostel-style place. They live in the "big house," which also hosts the breakfast room; there are cabins, and a lodging-house with ~8 double rooms. Each one just-barely-fits a two-person bed, and has its own small bathroom.
There's also a communal living room with some couches, and a kitchen/dining room; they're set up for "cold food prep" (so hit the grocery store and get sandwich fixings, bread and cheese, or the like) --- but there's no heating appliances besides a hot-water kettle, so no microwave dinners. (We did do an instant cup-o-noodles using the kettle, which is probably pushing the line a little).
Clive does some airport pickup-dropoffs with prior arrangement; there's plenty of parking if you've got your own car.
The nearest major grocery stores are across the bridge, on Valderøya island; same with petrol stations. It's just a short drive, but worth hitting on your way in.
Good, comfortable (if small) rooms --- far more welcoming than the "Vigra Airport Hotel", and maybe even closer to the airport.