At Stalheim, between high mountains and deep valleys in the UNESCO world heritage area, you can spend the night in an old farm house from the 1700s.
This is the famous poet Per Sivle's kingdom, where he was inspired and spent his childhood years. Today this is a part of the distinctive fjord landscape of west Norway, which is included on Unesco’s World Heritage list.
At Sivle you can enjoy magnificent nature, spiced with stories, poems and songs. Here you can enjoy excellent home-made traditional food, and many of the raw materials are produced on the farm. The hostess at Sivle does everything to ensure that guests are given excellent and authentic experiences.
Kårastova at Sivle has recently been restored, the house dates back to approximately 1750. The house was originally constructed in timber, later extended and raised to a second floor. We have been able to expose some of the old timber walls so as to show the old combined with the standard of today. You can enjoy a fantastic view sitting at the long table in the living room, with Stalheimskleiva below and the village of Stalheim and the valley of Brandset directly opposite.
On the ground floor you enter a spacious hallway, with a slate floor and underfloor heating. The kitchen is nicely fitted with an integrated dishwasher and fridge and well equipped with various tableware and other aids. The living room contains a long table, corner sofa and a wood fired stove. The bathroom contains a toilet, shower cabinet and washing machine and has underfloor heating.
On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms: the red room has a 120 cm bed, the blue room has a single bed and one 120 cm bed and the green room has a double bed (150 cm). In the hallway there are cupboards for the use of visitors. The bedrooms have a total of 7 beds with good mattresses. In addition the corner sofa in the living room can be used as a bed.
Visitors cater for themselves, but may also book dinner for an evening in Gamlastovo. Currently we run the farm organically, growing various vegetables, potatoes, raspberries, strawberries, redcurrants and blackcurrants. In addition we harvest what nature can provide in terms of berries, mushrooms and greenery. We also have sheep, and a fjording (Norwegian pony) which takes part in the running of the farm and is used for packhorse trips. Sivle Gard has large and excellent uncultivated resources, which are important for sheep farming. The mountain farm belonging to Sivle Gard is located in Berdalen, where the sheep have access to mountain pastures all through the summer. We process meat from lamb and game and serve it in meals at Sivle.
For booking. contact Sivle Gard at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +47 95783274.