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Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm

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Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm Photo: Sveinhaug gård
Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm Photo: Sveinhaug gård
Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm Photo: Sveinhaug gård
Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm Photo: Sveinhaug gård

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The fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug is an open café, next to the organic kitchen garden. It is inspired by the arts and craft movement's gardens, an artist movement of the late 1800s. Enjoy the beautiful, historic surroundings, the view of Lake Mjøsa, delicious lunch dishes and healthy beverages from local produce. Or maybe celebrate the good weather with a glass of rosé wine?

The café is open throughout the summer season from Thursday to Sunday, 11 (12) to 16. Opening hours are dependent on weather conditions.

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Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm

Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm

The fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug is an open café, next to the organic kitchen garden. It is inspired by the arts and craft movement's gardens, an...

Fear weather cafe at Sveinhaug farm

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