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The Cider House cultural activities

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The Cider House is a combination of cider production, cultural activities, restaurant and cider tasting for groups.
The Cider House is situated in a fruit orchard with 100 different varieties of fruit including varieties imported from France and England. From the restaurant there is 180 degree view over the Sognefjord. 
We take group bookings for heritage walks, cider tasting, lunch and dinners. The a la carte restaurant is open June 24 – August 29 in 2013 Sundays – Thursday 16.00 – 22.00. Fridays and Saturdays closed due to private events.
June 23 – August 29 Art Exhibition Astrid Høyvik

June 23 Mid-Summer event

July 10 Rock Theatre

August 24 Concert

Facilities

  • Activities

    • concerts

Categories

  • Guided tours Guided tours
  • Farm activities Farm activities

Hours

6/24/2013 - 8/29/2013
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu and Sun
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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The Cider House is a combination of cider production, cultural activities, restaurant and cider tasting for groups. The Cider House is situated in a...

The Cider House cultural activities

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