Enter life's blissful slow lane, with a soothing stay on a 17th century sheep farm in a Norwegian village that's surrounded by four National Parks.
One of the oldest farms in Norway's Gudbrandsdalen Valley, Nordigard Blessom dates all the way back to the 17th century.
There's a distinctly timeless and magical atmosphere to the farm's sheep-dotted surroundings... with a feeling of taking part in your very own rural fairytale.
You'll stay in the gorgeous wooden farmhouse's elegant Yellow Room, which sleeps up to three guests. The room breathes with history, and features lovingly handcrafted furniture. You'll also get to wake up to huge, traditional Norwegian farm breakfasts each morning, with tempting local produce and homemade jam.
Whip up delicious meals in the shared kitchen, and come together in the communal living room, with its warming fireplace and fur throws, after a long day of exploring the four National Parks that surround the farm.