Skåden Farm is a traditional farm with family roots going back to 1734, but the farm itself is much older. Close by there once was a church, last mentioned in 1333 and 1335. It was supposedly built in the first half of the 11th century. Through several generations ancient artifacts have been collected, which today constitutes a small farm museum in the old storehouse, dating from the late 1600's.
At the farm you can choose between cabins and apartments with self-catering option. It has a total of 22 beds, divided into three cabins and two apartments. The cabin Utsikten has six beds, Skåebua four to six beds and the storehouse two beds. The two apartments have four and five beds respectively.
Skaaden farm offers accommodations for groups - and only for booking in advance.
hostel is accredited and recommended by the National Pilgrim Centre. It has met the same requirements, and holds the same standard, as the pilgrim accommodation along Camino de Santiago and Via Francigena.<>