The Saga Hall is a reproduction of a typical Viking Age chieftain’s hall.
The Hall is an excellent venue for a wide range of functions. Its historic roots and marvellous architecture makes the hall a unique venue with a special and intimate atmosphere. Illuminated by candlelight, its walls are panelled with timber and the bench clad in horsehide. Groups can make reservations for a range of mealtime feasts and entertainment programs. A visit to the Saga hall is just the thing for annual company parties, romantic encounters, midwinter feasts, and other gatherings. The Hall is also well suited for various types of lectures and seminars.
The setting and arrangement of the hall make it a very flexible venue, and one that can be tailored to suit the needs of each group. As a guest at the Saga Hall, you will be treated to a range of unique entertainments. Saga singers perform songs based on the Saga of Njal while a narrator explains the poems and relates them to the corresponding events in the Saga. Guests can also hear a storyteller perform humorous numbers about Njal or hire a local accordionist to play music throughout the dinner.
Arrangements can also be made for use of a computer projector and the full use of the Hall’s kitchen facilities. The Hall can comfortably accommodate 80 -100 persons. Please note that entertainment must be requested with ample notice.