I will not try to write a review like I'm working for the Michelin guide, I dont have the right skills to do that.
But I can tell you its a lovely experience and the wine cellar are one of the richest in whole Norway - who could believe that! The wine cellar is worth around 20 million norwegian kroner. After you have been out skiing, driving the scooter or maybe tried to manage a dog sledge for the first time in your life - this is a good place to end the night. Excellent food and a special history. In a stongly divided community Huset was for both the managers and the workers.
Huset has been home for a wide diverity of services: cafe, jewelery, kiosk, shop for clothes, hunsting and fishing gear (where the wardrobe is now), bridgeroom (now restaurant), the local choirs rehersal room (now wine cellar) school (first floor), home of the priest, cinema and post office.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.