Our simple but comfortable B&B is a great basis for exploring Värmland, it's wildlife, its woods, its lakes, and its culture. Our own new working permaculture farm may be of interest to some as well. You can enjoy our own private woodland and beach, which is lovely for swimming, fishing, boating, etc.
Come and visit Värmland, and Två Ekar Gård, our new working permaculture farm. Our simple but comfortable B&B room is a perfect basis to explore from. Read more about what is special about our farm here.
Prästbol is a tiny rural hamlet in a beautiful and quiet part of Värmland. Our new permaculture farm consists of a large flower-rich meadow, a beautiful woodland, and borders on the lake Rådasjön. This 80 meter deep lake is good for fishing, boating, or just a simple morning swim from our small private beach.
For rent is the large main bedroom on our first floor. There are two single beds, which can be turned into a double bed. A small adjoining bedroom with one single bed can be rented for a third guest.
There is a toilet on the first floor for your private use. Another toilet with shower facilities is on the ground floor. This is shared with us, the owners.
We will serve breakfast in our kitchen, with some of the best coffee in Värmland.
The main house was built in 1850. Facilities are simple, but of good quality. Don’t expect a luxury resort, but a small and caring family business on a working farm, and you’ll get the picture.
Your hosts, Carla Stadhouder and Arthur Sevestre, are originally from the Netherlands. We also speak English fluently, and can manage German. The third owner, Annika Pissin, is here sometimes as well, and, being from Germany, her German is tiptop. Our Swedish… well, let’s say we’re working on it!
Also welcoming you to our Bed and Breakfast will be our small flock of ducks, chickens, and our very friendly dog Jack.
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We have just started working on developing our new little farm into a permaculture food forest. In addition, we decided to open up one of our rooms for guests.
On our farm you will find, besides me, my mother, 14 chickens, 5 ducks, and a very friendly dog.
We see running a B&B as a way to help us finance our plans for the 6.4 hectares of land we have. So as soon as possible, we hope to add a few more animals to the mix, such as a few pigs, goats, sheep, cows, and a donkey.