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Trøndelag Innherred Steinkjer

Accommodation - Rølia Farm

  • Røliveien 312, Steinkjer
  • 920 16 186
  •  /  km From You
Overview

- Basic and cosy accommodation!

Rølia farm is located in beautiful surroundings in Henning, just 8 km east of Steinkjer city centre and offer accommodation in connection with baking courses, hunting and fishing in the area.  Weekly rentals are preferred. Rølia is a member of Norges Midtpunkt SA.

Capacity 3 bedrooms with 2 beds in each room. Felxible set-up with the possibility to put extra beds in.

Facilities WC in the hallway. Bathroom shared with the hosts. WIFI available

Living room "Kårenden"* in the "Trønderlåna"** from 1770 is available as a recreational area.

Breakfast and dinner - available with prior agreement. The food we serve depend on the kind of raw materials we have access to - preferably organic, short travelled (local) and untravelled (produce that has never left the farm), such as the elk shot in the woods just behind the farm, cloud berries picked at Henningvola or flour from grain grown in the fields around us. We are inspired by the old days; traditional dishes, old fashioned desserts, simple ingredients and pure flavors characterize our food. We are especially proud of the delicious bread, baked with grains of the olden days, served with almost any kind of food we serve.

Rølia also offer their premises for meetings and events.

Welcome to Rølia!

Baking with ancient grains  The farms Rise, Rølia, Bjerkem and Grandan Midtre have joined forces to cultivate, grind and sell organic ancient grains*** through the company Gullimunn AS. Gullimunn also offer baking courses providing theoretical and practical knowledge in the art of baking with ancient grains. The instructors are Torunn Hernes Bjerkem and Cecilie Røli.

*"Kårenden": traditionally housing for the retired farmer **"Trønderlån": typical farm house in Trøndelag; a long and narrow 2 storey house ***Ancient grains are wheat, rye, barley and oats that have not been subjected to modern processing and are particularily suitable for organic farming.


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