Archive for August 11th, 2011

On our way north from Trondheim, we had planned a stop at Inderøy, a very scenic farming community. They have their own brewery, but it is not open on Sundays, so no opportunities for stocking up on their beers.

We had booked room at Husfrua – a bed and breakfast located in a traditional farmhouse, and we were made very welcome. The view from the front porch is one of the most picturesque in the country.

The beds are comfortable, the menu is home cooking based on local ingredients, partly from their own far. We did not try their dinner menu, but there were plenty of temptations.

There is an honesty bar for the guests on the ground floor, including beers from Inderøy Gårdsbryggeri. I enjoyed a bottle of Soddøl, which has a full malty body well balanced by a fresh hoppy bitterness.

I’m sure you can find cheaper accommodation and food in the area if you go for the most basic motels. but if you want true quality and a feeling of Inderøy, Husfrua is well worth a stop. The photo at the bottom was taken at about 11 in the evening – not bad, eh?

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