We have 9 rooms to choose from, where you can relax and recover from a day in nature. If you stay with us during the summer, the birds will wake you with their songs, in the winter you can enjoy looking out over the snowy trees and the beautiful soft winterlight.
All rooms have bedlinen and towels. We serve breakfast between 8 and 10 o’clock and it is included in the price. We bake sourdough bread and flatbread every morning and complete our breakfastbuffet with coldcuts, cheese and other products from local farms.
To cook according to what the seasons have to offer have always been a part of our DNA, and we are glad to have a close collaboration with local producers that provide us with incredible produce daily.
Sourdough and flatbread are freshly baked in-house for breakfast every day, and the hard bread comes from Skedvi Bakery. Our cheese and other dairy products are delivered by Hansjö Mejeri and the reindeer by Renbiten.
On monday to thursday you can choose between two simpler meals, a vegetarian quiche or a stew. Bread, salad, coffee/tea and something sweet is included in the price, 200 SEK. On friday and saturday we serve a three course menu focused on Swedish vegetables. The dinner starts with our sourdough bread and is finished off with homemade cake. 395 SEK. We do not have an alcohol license but serve some nice alcoholfree beers and soft drinks!
If you are curious about what we serve today, don’t hesitate to give us a call!
There are plenty of things to do around here!
Only a 30 minutes car drive away we have Fulufjällets National Park where you can find one of the tallest waterfalls in Sweden as well as the world’s oldest tree. Lake Grövelsjön is an hour away and is packed with lovely hiking trails, and if you’re feeling extra adventurous you can take the boat over to Norway and hike your way back to Sweden again.
The village of Särna is a cozy place with a beautiful old church, a homestead, shops, a beach and lots of small hiking trails.
In the wintertime you can explore the forest by cross country skis or snow boots, and if you’re lucky you can go ice skating on the lake before the snow covers the ice. There are also a few wintersport areas around, such as Idre Fjäll and Sälen.
The possibilities are endless, and we are happy to help you plan your activities! Please visit www.sarnaturism.se for more information on the area of Särna.
We would like to warmly recommend Daniel at Särna Adventures who arranges guided tours, and could also teach you how to cook in nature over an open fire. Learn more at www.sarnaadventures.se.
Our friends Helena and Peter at Renbiten in Lake Grövel are also worth a visit. They will teach you everything about Sami culture and introduce you to their reindeers. Find out more at www.renbiten.se.