A “pannhus”, often called a brew house other places in the country,
was used as a kitchen and bakery. Our pannhus is the one of the
oldest buildings on our farm, and has been used as a winter house,
workers lodge, kitchen, and dining room.
In the 90s the house needed renovation, as the floor and roof began to give way to a pine tree that showed to be 36 years old. The roof was taken off, and the framework was torn down. Worn out framework was changed out and set up again.
Nextdoor was the mower house, with old horse equipment and other items that were no longer in use. This became a bedroom with a new/old door, and the pannhus was once again ready to be used!
The kitchen and bathroom was renovated, a loft was built, and rental began in the 90’s. This year we have changed out the furniture, changed out all of the bedding and mattresses, and painted here and there. We think it’s a cozy place, and we are quite certain you will agree!
If you have kids old enough to climb a ladder there is also room for two up in the loft. Only Lake Atnsjøen lies between the farm and the Rondane mountain range, and the potential for hiking is endless.
Stay in the same very cabin as Knut Hamsun, right by Atnfossen and
Atnsjøen. Fish for trout, char and grayling right by the cottage.
With a view straight into the Rondane massif, and with Alvdal Vestfjell and Sølnkletten right behind you, you have plenty of hiking opportunities.