Nature at its best

A few years ago Susanne and Danne bought an estate that dates from 1856. With unrelenting enthusiasm they renovated the mansion and the annexes and are now working on the garden, aiming to turn it into an oasis of calm. They focus primarily on nature lovers and offer comfort and luxury – assets that are not necessarily found on the other estates in the area.

There are room types for any budget: with en-suite bathroom or shared sanitary facilities; self-catered or with organic breakfast; with or without linen.

This accommodation is situated in Ockelbo and is close to the location of the following activities: eagle watching, black grouse lek, brown bear watching and wildlife watching. It is ideal for extending your vacation and further discover Gästrikland’s stunning nature. Steam train enthusiasts can indulge themselves at the steam train museum with its original 6 kilometer long railway tracks that are in use by an authentic steam train during the summer season.

Price indication: from 665 SEK p.p. breakfast included in double occupancy. Single supplement 370 SEK p.p.

Property amenities

Type of accommodation: B&B
Internet: free WiFi
Parking: free parking
Food and drinks: ecological breakfast included

Room amenities

Bedrooms: the main building consists of 7 bedrooms: 1 double room and 6 twin rooms. Also multiple bedrooms in the annex.
Linen: bed linen and towels are included
Total capacity: 14 people in the main building with the possibility to put up 7 extra beds (for children). Bigger groups can also use the annex.
Bathroom: 5 rooms have an en-suite bathroom with wash-basin, shower and toilet. 2 rooms have a private bathroom outside of the room consisting of a wash-basin, shower and toilet.
Kitchen: fully equipped shared kitchen at your disposal

Activities

  • Hiking trails on site
  • Mountain bikes and fat bikes for rent (with or without guiding)
  • Cross country skiing (no equipment available)
  • Ski slopes (equipment for rent at Kungsberget)
  • Several other possibilities such as fishing, canoeing, kayaking, cave visit, train museum and guided tours in industrial heritage buildings