Sjöstuga i genuin skärgårdsmiljö, vid vattnet i södervänd vik. Smakfullt inredd med matplats och bädd för 2 personer. Pentry, bastu, mulltoa, utedusch, el och varmvatten. Avskild uteplats med grill. Roddbåt, kajaker och fiskespön att låna. Ön angörs av Waxholmsbolaget; se Vettersö, ca 20 minuters promenad till vår vik. Alternativt buss till Vättershaga och hämtning med båt, 10-15 minuter, av värden till en rimlig kostnad. Det finns ingen affär på ön. Lakan och handdukar ingår.
“Lena and Bo's place is a small oasis with the best possible location. We enjoyed the days of walking, swimming, grilling, sauna, showers under the open sky, resting hours in the hammock and tours with the rowing boat. Lena and Bo are super friendly hosts and the communication before and during the stay was good. Highly recommend this gem and can easily imagine going back. Good to know that this place exists if you need to get away for a while, get some peace and quiet and get close to nature.”
You can’t get much closer to the sea than this! Our Seahouse is situated on the island of Östra Lagnö, one of the furthest points that can be reached with a car in the Stockholm archipelago. We have a jetty to swim from, wonderful walking and cycling opportunities and Östra Lagnö nature reserve just around the corner.
“The little beach house is in a beatiful location, ideal for relaxing, hanging, or going for walks in the nature. The interior of the house is super nice and comfortable and has everything you need, I felt very much at home. The own private sauna at the beach is great. Jenny and her familly are very hospitable and helpful, and Jenny provides really good information as well as practical help (like help with organizing the transport, as I did not have a car). I enjoyed my stay very much and hopefully will be able to come back another time.”
A truly wonderful, relaxing, mindful place in the center of the Stockholm archipelago. We are close to the island Möja.
“It's really a magical feeling being on Byholmen Island in your own little cottage. The house where we stayed was clean, comfortable, and very picturesque. Stefan was not on the island during our stay, but he was very friendly and a good communicator in helping us resolve issues as they came up. A few caveats: staying on a small island like this requires you to be comfortable with boats (rowboat, motorboat) as this is the main way to get between islands. It's also necessary to figure out ferry schedules and business hours for the grocery store and restaurants on the nearby island of Möja. Depending on the season, ferry schedules change and shops might be closed--don't rely on Google to have accurate info, best to call ahead. You will need to bring your own food with you, or get groceries during your stay from a nearby island (via motorboat), to pump your own drinking water from a well (delicious water!), use a rowboat to bring your luggage over from the neighboring island where the ferry drops your off (it's only 100ft of rowing), etc. If you're comfortable with these things, then I'm positive the stay on the island will be a unique and peaceful experience. For us it was the highlight of our trip to Sweden, and hope to go back again!”