Our Heritage & Pride
Huso Lodge is overlooking the valley to the south, the Skogshorn mountain (1728) to the north, and surrounded by forests with hiking, biking and cross country ski tracks within a few steps.
From the 17th century, Huso was a homestead which developed into a typical mountain farm. In the 19th century, the farm was home to three generations who cultivated and sustainably lived off the farmland.
Mekkel Huso was the last farmer.
In the early 1970s Per Herbrand Rustberggard took over the farm from Mekkel and invested in pig farming and tourism. Torbjørn Rustberggaard took over from his father in 1985 and developed the tourism business further by upgrading the lodge and expanding the number of beds to 140.
Today, Huso Lodge is a place for celebration of special memories. The lodge has an elegant banquet hall, unique gathering arenas such as a Chieftan’s Hall and Earth Dome, an assortment of large timber framed cabins for groups up to 30 and direct access to spectacular nature. Huso is an ideal venue for group vacations, weddings, company retreats and unique social events all year round.