17th Century Norwegian Green Roof Farm was Turned into a Hotel

It is the Nordigard Blessom Farm , a 17th century farmhouse located in the Vågå countryside. It has been transformed into a series of rooms with green roofs full of grass.

The green roof houses on this green hills surround the estate, which has its own gardens and orchards. There are three wooden rooms, decorated with the old Norwegian furnishings, referring to a fairy-tale atmosphere.

17th Century Norwegian Green Roof Farm was Turned into a Hotel

17th Century Norwegian Green Roof Farm was Turned into a Hotel — After a rich breakfast with jams, guests can relax in the idyllic setting of the farm or explore activities in the area, such as hiking in the neighboring mountains and glaciers, horseback riding, caving or riding in the Rondane National Park.

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Source: Inhabitat / Pictures Ingrid Blessom

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