Who are we

- Our history

Emma Gjestehus is located with a great location close to the forest and a short distance to Sandvika town, Emma Gjestehus consists with 16 rooms spread over two levels. There are single and double rooms, as well as wheelchair accessible rooms. Emma Guesthouse offers a pleasant and warm atmosphere, with a shared lounge and kitchen, as well as a lush garden with green lawns and large birch trees.

Emma Guesthouse is part of the Regional Activity Centre (REGA) which today consists of Emma Kafé, Emma Hjorth museum, Emma Friskhus, Emma Sansehus and Emma Gjestehus.
Rega was established in the mid-1990s and was intended to satisfy the requirement of Mrs Emma Hjorth from 1915 that the area should always be used for the persons with disabilities. REGA aims to be a place for everyone, regardless of their functional level.  (Read more about the history of Emma Hjorth here)


Are you curious to learn more about Norway's great pioneer Emma Hjorth (1858-1921) and the history of the area that bears the same name?
Visit www.emmaloypa.no and be dragged back in time.
Zoom in on the map and click on the records, either at home from the sofa or actively at Emma Hjorth in Bærum. The content can be read or heard and you can access photos, movies and articles, among other things.
Emmaløypa is a free map solution developed by the Regional Activity Centre.