A meeting place steeped in
tradition and close to town.
The tradition steeped Kleivstua has an undisturbed location surrounded by natural beauty, only a 40 minutes drive from Oslo. From Sundvollen the Dronningveien road winds through Krokkleiva to the idyllic farmyard with a main house, small houses, stabbur storage house, and outhouses.
Kleivstua is history, tradition, forest mysteries, old houses, and grass-clad roofs.
This is where Asbjørnsen and Moe roamed the forest to find inspiration for their fairy tales, you are in their kingdom and that can be felt.
The finely tuned details of the rooms, the soft couches, and the good meeting rooms.
Wandering among the houses in the farmyard or to the Queen’s and King’s view makes Kleivstua a place for good meetings between people – both those who talk business, and those who get married or have something important to celebrate.
When tourists began to travel through Krokskogen, there was a greater need for served food and overnight accommodation. From old there had been coach stations at Øvre Jonsrud in Lommedalen valley, at Midtskogen in Krokskogen, and at Sundvollen by Tyrifjorden.
Øvre Jonsrud had also been an inn. When the road across Sollihøgda was finished around 1860, the coach station at Øvre Jonsrud became superfluous, and soon closed down. Kleivstua was built around 1807. This was of course due to the redirection of the road across Sørkleiva.
Kleivstua is beautifully located on top of Sørkleiva.
There are many reasons why Kleivstua is the most popular meeting place for business people who want to get away from town, but not too far. In addition to being close to town we have houses and rooms to satisfy most meeting requirements, also for groups who want to be by themselves.
Look at the pictures to find out more about our meeting rooms.