The reconstructed longhouse at Fyrkat is 28.40 meters (93+ feet) long, 7.40 meters (24+ feet) wide and 7.50 meters (almost 25 feet) high. The 210 square-meter (2260.4 square feet) house is divided into one 16 meter-long (52.5 feet) living room and two smaller rooms probably used for (weapons?) storage and food preparation.
Construction began in May, 1982 and was completed in December, 1984. It took 24,192 man hours, which corresponds 50 men working two and a half years.
I can hear the roar of a feast from the pages of Beowulf coming from within.
You can see more details here, but the text is in Danish: http://www.fyrkat.dk/vcf/Huset.html and BTW Google Translate is not much better than I am.