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Sygard Grytting

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Reviewed 2 October 2016

The owner-hosts are the most gracious people, sharing the history of their centuries-old working farm. Wonderful locavore food served family style, so you can meet other guests -- from diverse countries. A variety of accommodations, from hostel-style to full en-suite bedrooms.

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Kviteseid Municipality, Norway
Reviewed 4 August 2016

A trip back in time; a place to meditate, sense history, and meet like-minded people; an oasis of peace along a busy thoroughfare (E6). Sygard Grytting is a family owned/run farm with buildings dating back to the middle ages. Rooms are available in the main house, or in one of the other buildings (some more rustic than others for those...

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Thank Hegeravdal
Mountain View, California, United States
Reviewed 21 August 2015 via mobile

The history at this place is beyond incredible! Steig and Hilda are the sweetest and welcome all into their family farm to give a true Norwegian pilgrimage experience. The rooms are historic but comfortable and have the slightest modern twist that work in the best way. The meal Hilda prepared was so delicious you thought it came from a 4...

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5Thank Denise D
orlando
Reviewed 30 July 2015

This B&B is right on the Olavsweg! It is restored beautifully and is the last remaining original Medieval Pilgrims Loft! However with the restoration comfortable beds and clean modern bathrooms exist. The owners are present and care for you. Dinner was prepared for us. I have food allergies which can be difficult but not here. We requested a single course....

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2Thank vincent m
Andover, Massachusetts
Reviewed 20 September 2014

Our family of five (all adults and my 78-year-old mother) stayed here one night in the little cabin with a second floor balcony. We sat outside until about 11:00 pm drinking wine and enjoying the view of the beautiful valley. My mother appreciated the comfortable bed/sofa downstairs that also had a bathroom. We four stayed upstairs (somewhat narrow steps) in...

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2Thank Krista S
delaware
Reviewed 25 July 2014

The highlight of our visit to Norway was staying here in the "karstuga" (farmhand cottage) for one night, walking around the farm, walking on the pilgrims trail adjacent to the farm, walking downhill to the modern statue display, and sitting on the 2nd floor porch outside our bedroom with its cozy cabinet double bed and looking over the peaceful farmyard...

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2Thank jlmDelaware
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 August 2012

This collection of authentic historical buildings form a unique hotel in Norway. The location, just off the main route (E6) from Oslo to Trondheim is popular with people walking the pilgrim route as well as general tourists. We stayed in The Karstugu which is a little self-contained house beside the main house. It was like a museum inside and a...

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  • Restaurant
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One of Norways oldest wooden hotels - owned by the same family for over 700 years. At around 1300 AD - more than three hundred years before the Pilgrim Fathers left Plymouth in southern England to establish the first European settlement in the New World - Sygard Grytting provided accommodation for medieval pilgrims on their way to the St. Olaf Cathedral in Trondheim. ... more   less 

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Address: Kongsvegen 999 | Harpefoss, 2647, Norway
Region: Norway > Eastern Norway > Oppland > Sor-Fron Municipality
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“Decide whether you want to spend the night in a rustic farm building, or just delightfully old-fashioned in the main house!”
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