Enjoying the wonders of nature doesn’t have to come at the price of your comfort. Along the Norwegian west coast, Kleppa Gard & Camping offers a luxurious way of experiencing the great outdoors.

The family-owned farm Kleppa Gard has been a cornerstone of rural life for generations. Surrounded by charming landscape, dotted with ancient trees and a front-seat view of the fjord, the farm has transformed parts of its land into a haven for those looking to reconnect with nature without sacrificing comfort.

Experience countryside glamour with Kleppa Gard & Glamping

Photo: Visit Ryfylke

Elin Kleppa and Lars Erik Hauge returned home to take over the Kleppa family farm in 2019 after spending years exploring the world. A great deal of their time in Kenya was spent exploring local nature, and in turn, they became familiar with safari tents, which unlike normal tents are kitted with proper beds and bathrooms.

“It showed us that we could combine nature and comfort, an experience we wanted to share with others once we settled down back home,” says Kleppa. “When you run a farm, it can be hard to find the time to go travelling like we used to, so opening a glamping space has been a way of keeping in touch with the rest of the world. So, while we can’t leave as often, other people can come here!”

Experience countryside glamour with Kleppa Gard & Glamping

Situated by the fjord, all visitors get the wonderful opportunity to watch the golden sunset on the horizon. Photo: Visit Ryfylke

Skylights and views of the fjord

The glamping site offers guests the opportunity to stay in a robust dome with open skylights and views of the fjord. There are facilities for outdoor cooking right outside the tent, but if you wish to just kick back and relax, you can get hold of Kleppa and Hauge who offer deliveries of fresh meals straight to the door. Only a short distance away, the renowned local restaurant Smaken av Ryfylke also offers an impeccable culinary experience using local ingredients.

“While our farm has a rural location, there are plenty of things to do,” says Kleppa. “Our setting offers access to the sandy beach, where you can paddle or swim. And if you want to go hiking, there’s a range of mountains in the area.”

For those looking to use the dome as a base for exploring the larger area, make sure to visit the magical fairytale forest and have a go at Norway’s most famous hike to Preikestolen, the Pulpit Rock. If you’re only looking to relax on-site, however, make good use of the farm shop, explore the local flora and fauna, and stay up to see the stars under an unpolluted sky for a truly unforgettable experience.

Experience countryside glamour with Kleppa Gard & Glamping

Photo: Visit Ryfylke

Web: www.kleppagardogglamping.no
Facebook: Kleppa Gard & Glamping
Instagram: @kleppagardglamping

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