We are a young British/Finnish couple living in Sogn og Fjordane Norway on a 21 hectar farm
We are ONLY Looking for workers over the age of ''24'' who have experience/skills in carpentry building and plumbing.
Main job we have is a kitchen to be refitted. other jobs include repairs to the barn.
There is a number of different things to do outdoors in and around hyllestad i have listed some below.
we will pick workers up and return to from the local bus/boat stations
We speak English, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Italian.
more details please feel free to contact us,
Help with Eco project
We are looking only for people over the age of 24 people with carpentry, or building, skills, to help repair the barn and to fit a new kitchen
we speak English, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Italian
At the farm
Things to do in around Hyllestad
Kvernsteins Millstone Park
The production of millstone in Hyllestad started over 1,000 years ago and used to be a major industry employing up to 1000 people. Millstones were exported to Denmark, the Baltic sea region, and across Norway. Many of the stone crosses to be seen along the coast are made from millstones from Hyllestad, including the crosses in Eivindvik and Korssund. The park offers nature trails that visualize the history of the industry, with debris, broken product, and half-carved stones still not separated from the rock surface. At the stonemason camp there is a guided tour of the historic stone quarry in the mill stone park and a visit to Åfjordstein where you can see how mill stones are used in a modern, new design.
drive time from farm 10 minute's
Trondheim Postal Road
Many bicyclists have described the well-preserved section of the Trondheim postal road between Hyllestad and Fjaler as one of the most exhilarating cycling experiences in the country. There were originally 19 stone bridges on the route between Dale and Leirvik, and many of them are still standing as proud and impressive examples of early dry masonry. There are only a few places along the 40 km stretch between Dale in Fjaler and Leirvik in Hyllestad where the surface is so uneven that it is best to push a bike rather than ride it. Occasionally it is necessary to join the paved road (RV 57), but most of the route is free from cars and idyllic
drive time from farm 5 minutes
The majestic and bewitching Lihesten is one of the most prominent mountians on the coast of Norway. There are several marked routes to the peak, over 714 metres above sea level, with views both straight out to the open sea and inwards over the fjords. Lihesten also has a number of good fishing lakes
Drive TIME from farm 8 minutes
More than two
the farm, and Hyllestad