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Mydland Gard

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Mydland Gard Photo: Mydland Farm
Mydland Gard Photo: Region Lister
Mydland Gard Photo: Mydland Farm
Mydland Gard Photo: Region Lister
Mydland Farm breeds deers and Scottish highland cattle.

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Mydland Gard is a visitor farm located on Naglestadheia in Hægebostad municipality. At the farm there are deer and Highland cattle which visitors can feed. In addition, you get served the most delicious dishes in the courtyard restaurant. Mydland Gard has opened all year round, but only by appointment.

On Mydland Gard takes group bookings between 10 and 50 people, and the place is well suited for special occasions, parties or groups of friends who want to find something special together.

The farm also has a shop where they sell souvenirs and sausages produced from the famrs deer and Highland cattle.

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  • Restaurants Restaurants
  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners

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  • Capacity

    • number of persons (10-50)
  • Activities

    • safari
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Mydland Gard is a visitor farm located on Naglestadheia in Hægebostad municipality. At the farm there are deer and Highland cattle which visitors can...

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