Osen Farm combines an exceptional river and a truly magnificent fishing lodge. It looks out over the head of a classic Norwegian fjord and is surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. The Osen river, which runs through the estate, is known for having some of Norway’s best salmon fishing. On arrival, we will meet the owners who will be our guides for the day.
A highlight of the farm is its seven-bedroom rectory, dating from the 1820’s. The rectory has been used as a fishing lodge for the last 150 years and, if the house were not privately owned, it would be preserved as a museum. It is one of Norway’s best-preserved parsonages and has an eclectic mixture of classic Norwegian features and some period English furniture dating back to the time when an Irish family owned the house in the 1850’s. Over the years, the owners and guests here have included nobility and ambassadors.
Enjoy the spectacular natural setting of the structure. Steep mountainsides and hilly terrain surround the farm, which also offers high quality hunting through the autumn and early winter.