Embetsgarden at Engjavik

Engevik Gaard is a proud family business. Since 1993 Engevik Gard has been receiving large and small groups for guided tours and dining. This beautiful yard from the 18th century is idyllically located by Sævareidfjorden in Fusa municipality and is today run by the 8th and 9th generation. In the yard, there are 9 buildings suited to the functions they should have on a farm household.

A cultural gem from the 18th century that offers dining and guided tours in historical surroundings.

Engevik Gaard Restaurant – Borgstovo
Borgstovo is originally a smokehouse that was used by servants until the early 1900s. Borgstova is today a farm restaurant where it can accommodate up to 25 people.

Sjøbuo is a log lumber building that was originally built for accommodation for non-commissioned officers in the Danish era. Sjøbuo is the largest function room on the farm where one can accommodate up to 50 people.

Eldhuset is a gatehouse from the 18th century with a fireplace in the middle of the floor. This house was used for baking, brewing, heating water and slaughtering. If you want a slightly different experience, the firehouse can accomodate 20-25 people.

The main house was built in 1770 by Major Hartvig Carl Philip Segelcke. Parts of the main house have been restored and can today be used as a function room to have a very special experience.

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