Sveinhaug farm & historic pension 

At Sveinhaug you can stay in a beautiful authentic interior from the 1800’s.
The current owner is an art historian and has restored this fabulous house to it’s former glory; recreating the original magnificent colours, stencil decorations, marbling and graining. She has received national awards and commendations for her work, for her interpretation and for the delightful food .

The reception rooms are used for meetings, seminars, parties and open events. They serve three course dinners made from scratch with ingredients from the farm’s own organic kitchen garden. They welcome groups for guided tours and talks, and will combine this with food served indoors or out of doors.

Godværskafeen - the “Good Weather Café” - at Sveinhaug is situated in the sunniest location and with the best of views, adjacent as it is, to the large organic kitchen garden. All our menus are based on our own vegetables, fruits and berries. We also cater for vegetarian and vegan tastes. In the case of inclement weather, the café menu will be served in the “Hagehuset”.

In the kitchen garden you’ll find a small animal corner and various garden games.

Hagehuset at Sveinhaug - “the Garden House” - has the same hours of opening as the “Good Weather Café”. Hagehuset is a garden shop with a difference, with emphasis on organic and historical gardening. They sell historic plants and garden furniture, organic fertilisers and pesticides, hand tools and other stylish equipment for the gardener, organic and locally produces food.

They also arrange the Sveinhaug Historical Garden Market. This takes place on the first weekend of September every year. More than thirty exhibitors and several thousand visitors take part in this event; the most beautiful and interesting of  garden markets in the country.

 

Sveinhaug is located just opposite  Ringsaker Church - perfect cycling distance through gentle, rolling farmland - north of Nes and Helgøya.

The farm’s history stretches back more than a thousand years, placed as it is at the very center of old Ringsaker. It takes its name Sveinhaug from the historic viking burial mound on the farm. The Pilgrim’s Path to Trondheim and the cycle route “Mjøstråkk” go past the property.  Sveinhaug is also close to a public beach and a marina.

For opening hours; Please see our website

 

Contact:

Ingeborg Sørheim
Åshøgdvegen 606, 2360 Rudshøgda
Tel: + 47 62 36 44 21
Mobile: + 47 909 38 045

Email: sveinhaug@sveinhauggard.no

www.sveinhauggard.no

www.facebook.com/sveinhauggard

 

 

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