Say hello to muuh
Welcome to the cowshed
Poul is a dairy farmer in Sandur, and his cattle are curious, playful and kind.
When you visit Poul, you get to greet the locals (the cattle and calfes, of course) and he will show and tell you how he cares for the cattle. You can even get to try some of it for yourself! After visiting the cattle, you can also meet the chicken and see where they lay their eggs, and who knows, there might be a new warm egg waiting for you when you get there.
In this digital age, visiting a cowshed and seeing where milk and egg actually come from is a real experience. Additionally, Poul is a skilled storyteller and will entertain children and their parents.
(The kids often do not want to leave the cute calves again, so this visit is highly recommended by parents).
If you’re lucky, Pouls wife Sóleyð is at home when you visit the barn.
If she’s at home, she will gladly make a lovely Faroese ‘drekkamunn’ for you. This may include homemade buns, pancakes, waffles or stewed rhubarbs. Nearly everything she serves is homemade and from Sandur.
You book by writing us on firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on +298 222 078.
Visit the barn: DKK 300 for up to 6 people
Drekkamunn: DKK 75 for each person