General information  

Visitors: Sæteren Gård has a café that is open during the school year on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. We are a popular destination for families, school classes and kindergartens since we have a range of activities for children -  from tobogganing during the winter to a climbing course during the summer. 

Café opening hours: Wednesday 11-14, Saturday and Sunday 11-16.

Pilgrims: Sæteren Gård is a self-service cabin located in Bærumsmarka along the pilgrim trail. We provide cabins for Pilgrims who are on their way to Trondheim. Please note that all bookings have to be made in advance, either by email or in our online booking system.

We do not provide food or supplies so our guest have to bring whatever they may need along with them. 

Please contact us by e-mail at seterengard@dntoslo.no or by phone: 0047 67 58 18 50 for booking and more information.  

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The Main House

The main house "Hovedhuset" is perfect for larger groups such as kindergartens and school classes. When booking the main house your group also gets to use the sleepinghouse "Sovehuset" located next to the main house. The capasity there is for 48 people. The main house have a normal kitchen, electricity, water and enough space.

There are toilets and a shower at the sleepinghouse.  

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The Yellow Cabin

The yellow cabin "Eventyrhytta" is a cozy small cabin located in the upper part of the premises. This is a good choice for families, couples and Pilgrims. There is enough space for 5 people in the cabin. 

The yellow cabin does not have eletricity or running water. Guests can fill up water containers in the toilet facilities located in the sleepinghouse "Sovehuset. The cabin has a gas stove, cooking equipment and a wood burning fireplace. Firewood and gas is included in the price.

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The Red Cabin

The red cabin "Spettesmia" is a cozy little cabin located in the upper part of the premises. This is a good choice for families, couples and Pilgrims. There is enough space for 5 people. 

The Red cabin doesn't have eletricity or running water. Guests can fill up water containers in the toilet facilities located in the sleepinghouse "Sovehuset. The cabin has a gas stove, cooking equipment and a wood burning fireplace. Firewood and gas is included in the price.

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Lavvo

If you want to spend the night outdoors sleeping around a campfire but dont want to carry a tent you can choose our lavvo as your accomodation. This is a large traditional tent with enough room for 15 people. Firewood is included.

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Gapahuk 

A gapahuk is a traditional sleeping shelter in Scandinavia. Our large Gapahuk is situated in the upper part of the premises. There is a large pit for a campfire and enough room for 20 people in the Gapahuk.

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