Fokhol Farm

Fokhol Farm lies to the east of Stange Church, in rolling countryside with views of Lake Mjøsa. After being owned by the local authority for almost 100 years, the property was taken over by the Fokhol Farm Foundation in 1990. The foundation’s three objectives are biodynamic operation, educational activities and research and development in organic farming. Day to day operations are carried out by tenants. The farm has 950 decares under cultivation. The agriculture is diverse, including dairy cattle, breeding and use of horses, forage crops, cereals, vegetables and potatoes.

The building that was previously an old-peoples home is now used as a guest house for groups holding daytime meetings or longer seminars. The guest house has 35 beds in 17 rooms, as well as a meeting room and dining room. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served. The menu is largely based on the farm’s own products and follows the seasons. The food service is DEBIO-approved (all raw materials are of organic/biodynamic origin). Guided tours of the farm are offered as part of as stay at Fokhol. There are many possibilities for walks in the farm’s surroundings.

Contact details

Fokhol Farm
Fokholgutua 216, 2335 Stange

Tel: +47 625 71 979
Fax: +47 625 72 681

fokhol@fokhol.no
www.fokhol.no