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WELCOME TO AABREKK GARD

 

Aabrekk Gard (farm) is situated in the innermost part of the beautiful Oldedalen valley in Stryn municipality. We offer accommodation in recently restored 18th and 19th century houses, cater for groups and sell our own farm products.  The farm products is made in accordance with old traditions, and they are sold under the name Lykle. The farm and the Trollbu farm cluster are situated in a quiet area at the foot of the Brenndalsbreen glacier, not far from the famous Briksdalsbreen glacier.

The Oldedalen valley is surrounded by high mountains, lush green mountainsides, blue-white glaciers and roaring waterfalls that dance their way down the mountainsides.

Welcome to life on the farm!

 
 

We offer accommodation in restored 18th and 19th century houses. These are part of the Trollbu farm cluster. The Trollbu farm cluster is situated in a quiet area. The Oldedalen valley is surrounded by high mountains, lush green mountainsides, blue-white glaciers and roaring waterfalls that dance their way down the mountainsides.


Lykle is the name of the products supplied by Aabrekk farm.
You will find Lykle products in a selection of shops and hotels in Sogn og Fjordane.
You can also order products directly from Aabrekk farm.
The finest quality.


 
 
 

Farm life

 

In the Oldedalen valley, the goats are free to roam and frolic in the wild, unspoiled nature. Fed by glacial water and bathed in summer sunshine, heather and herbs grow on the mountainsides behind the farm. You can notice the difference in the goat cheese from Aabrekk – the delicious taste of traditional food from the slopes beneath the glacier. And if you’re lucky, Signe might just let you have a taste...