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Read more: Himmelspannet Photo: Hemsedal Turistkontor

Hemsedal

Himmelspannet

Himmelspannet makes cheese from local goat- and cow milk, based on old traditions and knowledge from Hemsedal. The products are available in...
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Hemsedal

Skistua Restaurant

Located in the base area of Hemsedal Skisenter. Lunch service. Our outdoor service opens with the early spring sun in March. Skistua serves breakfast...
Read more: Hemsedal Flatbread bakery Photo: Hemsedal Turistkontor

Hemsedal

Hemsedal Flatbread bakery

Production of local bakery products based on old recipies. Made the old fashioned way. The products are available in the supermarkets in Hemsedal....
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Hemsedal

Tamt & Vilt

Smoked fish and game and production of cured meat from cattle and game. Local raw materials. Catering. The products are available in the supermarkets...
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Hemsedal

Tind

A la carte restaurant at Skarsnuten Hotel. Modern Scandinavian food with local character and foreig influence. Thoughtful winelist and convivial...
Read more: Skarsnuten Hotel - restaurant Photo: www.hemsedal.com/Frank Tolpinrud

Hemsedal

Skarsnuten Hotel - restaurant

Situated on 1000 meters above sea level on a top of a cliff. Panoramic view over Hemsedal. The view alone is worth a visit. Restaurant, lunch, a la...
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Oslo

Mucho Mas

Home-made Mexican food: nachos, quesadillas, burritos, tostadas, tacos, tortilla soup, chile con carne and so much more. Wide selection of drinks and...
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Gjerdrum

Raumergården Hotel

Good costomer service is all about creating a nice environment. At Raumergården (The Raumer farm) you will experience the kind of service only a...
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Asker

Tveiter farm

Tveiter Gård’s beautiful main building and storehouse were built in the middle of the 1800s, but the full history of Tveiter Gård goes all the way...
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