Communing with Norway’s incredible landscape won’t be hard when staying at the green-roofed Nordigard Blessom Farm. Tucked into rolling green landscape in the rural countryside of Vågå, this 17th-century farm was converted into a series of green-roofed guest rooms, complete with grazing sheep.
Guests of the farm are treated to an atmosphere straight out of a fairy tale. Lush green hills surround the farm, which has its own gardens and orchards. There are three wooden guest rooms, each covered with a green roof. The rustic but sophisticated interior design includes solid log walls and old-Norwegian furnishings – some dating back to the 17th century.
Guests of the farm will enjoy scrumptious daily breakfast spreads that includes homemade bread and marmalades. After breakfast, guests can leisurely take in the farm’s idyllic surroundings or explore the activities in the area, such as hiking the adjacent mountain ranges and glaciers, horseback riding, caving, or strolling in Rondane National Park.
Photography by Ingrid Blessom