Since 1932, the farm has been owned by the Sandberg family, and it is run today by the fourth generation – Sabine and Christian Fredrik Sandberg Hoel.

Alongside the traditional farm operation, the facility is used for courses, conferences, weddings, accommodation and various events for business and private individuals.

Photo: Kathrine Sørgård


The oldest part of today’s main building dates from 1719, but objects have been found on the property that indicate settlement since the 6th century. The first written mention of the farm was made in a papal letter from the end of the 14th century. Over the centuries, the farm has been both church property and crown property, but since the end of the 17th century it has been in private ownership.

In the 19th century, the farm was run by Halvor Hoel, known as the first real Norwegian peasant chieftain. His good-natured ghost still haunts the farm, and his funeral wreath in the attic must not be touched.

You can easily recognize Hoel
Gård by our
two distinctive towers.”

The history that is visible everywhere
on the farm. Also with the old oak,
which is more than 600 years old.

We have parking options in several places on the farm, depending on what you are going to and where you live. See the places marked with “P” on the map above.

In July 2022, we installed 6 new electric car chargers behind the barn where you pay with the EasyPark app. Remember your own charging cable! Enjoy your stay!.

How to get here:

  • Hoel Gård is located around 1 hour and 5 minutes from Oslo Airport and 1 hour and 40 minutes from Oslo City Centre.
  • Drive the E6 north until you have passed Brumunddal. Then take exit no. 73 towards Nes. Follow fv 212 until you reach fv 213, then turn left onto fv 213. You will immediately find Hoel Gård on the right side of the road.