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Søre Traaen Farmstead


Søre Traaen is situated in the middle of Numedal, and is one of four farmsteads (the southernmost of them) bearing the same name. The farmstead was built at the present location after the old Søre Traaen farm was divided into Me-Traaen and Søre Traaen in 1694. The farmstead has four listed buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, and the property has been handed down and safeguarded for generations. It has now been restored and adapted to modern standards while retaining respect for the old. Overnight accommodations are available in two of the buildings: "Gamlestugu" from the beginning of the 18th Century, and "Eldhuset" from the middle of the 19th Century. The rentals include fully equipped kitchens and a total of 12 beds. The hosts are happy to provide information about the history of the farmstead and its surroundings, and Rollag Stave Church and the local museum are a mere 2 km away. The surrounding countryside is perfect for walks and hiking, and Humedalslågen, with good fishing and a boat at the disposal of guests, is only 400 metres from the farm. For hunting enthusiasts, the hunting of small game, beaver and deer is allowed. The mountain farm cottage that belongs to Søre Traaen can also be rented in connection with hunting and fishing in the mountains.


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