Our cosy Swedish style house is located in a calm and peaceful environment with forests close by and parking directly in front of the house. To reach the city centre takes about 15 min by car or 27 min by bus. You have your own bathroom.
You will have your own room in the upper floor with a sofa bed which comfortably fits 2 persons (140 cm wide). We also have a baby krib for smaller kids.
We usually dont use the bathroom upstairs when we have guests.
The bathroom including bathtub on the same floor as your room is dedicated to our guests. We have a kitchen which you are welcome to use including the fridge, microwave, etc, as well as our washing machine in the bathroom downstairs. You can park your car free of charge just outside the house on our ground (in center of the city it cost up to 30sek/hour).
Outside we have two different areas with furnitures and tables. If its good weather we can start the grill or set up our hammock. For kids we have a slide, kids pool and a sand box.
If you want we also have two air kajaks which you can rent. Its for 1 resp 2 persons and usually fit inside a car.
Interaction with guests
We are happy to meet you and share experiences with you. We both love to travel and we can't wait adding your hometown on our world map. Our little daughters (3 years and 7 months) could be a bit shy in the beginning but may warm up with time :) If you prefer more privacy that is no problem but perhaps another place is then better for you. Our smallest daughter you probably won't hear in the night, the older one could, run into our sleeping room if she wakes up.
Other things to note
If you come by car and want to enter the city center there is a congestion fee each time you pass one of the stations. Parking is also pretty expensive. At us you can park for free. It is easy to reach the city with bus.
- The room is only for non-smokers
- No pets are allowed in the house
- Please behave quietly after 10 pm until 7 am. We try to do the same.
I am Johanna and live in Gothenburg, Sweden. Originally I am from Dresden, Germany. I have studied Food Science and Technology in Berlin and then moved to Gothenburg. I am a PhD student at Chalmers University.
I love travelling. Mostly I have travelled in the southern hemisphere. Especially african countries are interesting for me. But also european countries have their charme.