Big cottage with forest and lake on the countryside in the north of Sweden, Swedish Lapland. Up to 8 persons can stay in this house, with view over the lake and access to boat, canoeing and bridge. Inside the house can you also use the woodworkingroom. Just outside the house start a walking path, maps are inclouded. You can also made a fire in the fireplace inside the house or outside in the forest. Wood are included. The house is situated 12 km from Skellefteå airport.
Cosy 1940's cottage in the countryside. Surrounded by forests and a two minute walk to the beautiful Varuträsk. This house is perfect for couples who want an escape to the country, whilst being close to town. Guests have the entire house to themselves, with kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. The house has recently been restored with a traditional Swedish design in mind. Plenty of storage and parking available. WiFi, heating and laundry included in price.
“The guest house is perfect for a weekend away. It is cosy and Charlotte and her husband are nice and welcoming hosts. Everything was ready and clean. The surrounding is very beautiful and calm. I can just recommend it! Thanks for a nice weekend :-)”
10 minuter från centrala Skellefteå i Boviksbadet finner du lugn och ro, skog och natur. Stugan är 35 kvadratmeter med dubbelsäng, kök och eget badrum med dusch. Tillgång till spjälsäng, barnstol, bredband och 42 tums tv med HDMI kabel. Havsutsikt från köksfönstret och utanför dörren en egen altan. På tomten finns en vedeldad bastu som du kan nyttja mot en avgift. Det har aldrig varit rökt eller några husdjur i huset, allergivänligt. Varmt välkommen att hyra vårt lilla hus i Boviksbadet.
“This is a great cabin with great hosts. Very handy location to E4 if you are travelling in northern Sweden. Stayed in late November and cabin was very cozy. Had everything you could need ...even large mugs for our tea. Per and Inger made us very welcome and happy to answer our questions . Delighted to have been their first guests and hope to return in the future.”