Get away from it all and enjoy the tranquillity and beauty of Swedish lakes and mountains. Then you are at the right place in our cosy Swedish wooden Stuga-for–all-seasons with mountain views from every window. Magnificent mountain views and scenery covered in snow for six months a year. Here you can experience peace and quiet while being within walking distance of a hotel where you can enjoy the amenities or ask for help (friendly staff, speak English). At the hotel you can use the free WiFi, have a good meal and rent whatever you need, from bicycles to snow scooters.
Our cottage is located in Northern Värmland, close to the Norwegian border and 11km from Sysslebäck where you will find a big supermarket, restaurants and an ATM for cash withdrawal.
The accommodation has a veranda, a spacious hall with a drying cabinet, living room with Television, CD player, 2 bedrooms with alarm clocks and a bathroom with toilet, shower, sink and hairdryer. There kitchen is equipped with a stove, an oven, a microwave a sandwich toaster, a water coocker and a coffee machine.
An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings including cross-country skiing, hiking, cycling, swimming, snow scooter safari and fishing.
The property offers free parking.
In Branäs (18,7 km) is a down-hill ski center with all sorts of pistes/tracks.
For your safety we have a fire blanket and a first aid kit in the kitchen, a fire extinguisher in the hall and a smoke detector/alarm.
The property offers free parking which is kept clear in winter.
For our guests
Our guests are invited to make use of the firewood supply, under the house (until the supply runs out). Besides a fire extinguisher and a smoke alarm, there is also a fire blanket next to the cooker and a First Aid box in drawer next to the cooker.
Under the television there are drawers containing magazines, games, felt-tip pens, colouring crayons and paper for drawing.
The central heating can be adjusted by turning the thermostat knobs on the electric radiators.
You can go for wonderful long walks in the beautiful surrounding woods and mountains and there is a big ski centre with cross country trails for all levels. Some of these are lit up at night until about 21.00 hours.
11 km away (driving downhill on the asphalt road) you will find a big supermarket, a petrol station, cash dispenser, restaurants, a swimming pool and a Tourism Office. In Branäs (about 18 km) you can go slalom skiing and right near the house there is a gentle slope for beginners and children, with ski lessons available. In the summer you can go rafting in Branäs and, at the local lake (3 km from the house) you can enjoy canoeing, swimming, barbecues, picnics and the splendid view, with ever-changing cloud formations.
Other Things to Note
•A warm welcome to our house. We hope you enjoy your stay very much.
•You can can connect to the internet at Långbergets Sporthotell.
•There is an electric BBQ under the bed, and two sets of gear for picking berries in the cupboard.
•For any questions or suggestions, please e-mail us: (email hidden) (Nederlands, English, Svenska, und ein wenig Deutsch)
•Final cleaning: SEK 625,-
•Low season: SEK 780,- (min. 3 nights)
High season: SEK 820,- (min. 3 nights)
We expect our guests to enjoy their stay in our home but we also hope that they will take good care of it.
On entering the house, please remove boots and shoes and leave them in the hall. Smoking and pets are not permitted. Please do not hang wet clothes over the radiators as they are electric and may catch fire if clothing is placed on them. You can dry wet clothes in the airing cupboard in the hall. We also ask you to leave the house clean and tidy for the next guests. You will find a vacuum cleaner and cleaning materials in the bathroom and in the boiler cupboard.
P.S.: Smoking and pets are not allowed in our cottage.
Allow me to introduce myself (from whom are you renting the house?)
My name is Arend-Jan van Essen and I have my own consultancy focussed on assessing and developing talent. I also run a trading business for the import and export of Swedish products. Besides riding my motor bike, scuba diving, pottery-making and helping others develop their talents, I also have a passion for Sweden. I love visiting Sweden, both for holidays and also to give career workshops and team training sessions. A mix of business, intuition and the opportunity to make use of the open space, the tranquillity and the power of Nature to help others find a new perspective on their careers. My dream is to start up a centre for personal development in Sweden within the next 3 years.
Any questions about our services are heartily welcome!
How to get there?
In the winter you can fly to Oslo and then hire a car (about 3 hours drive). You can also drive all the way and take, for instance, the night ferry from Kiel to Göteborg, driving through Denmark and then over the bridge to Sweden. We will be happy to help you find the best route.
Cheap tickets are currently available from KLM., Norwegian, SAS and Air Berlin and you can either hire a car on arrival at the airport or book one beforehand. From Oslo Airport (address: Edvard Munchs veg, 2061 Gardermoen, Norway) to Långbergets Sporthotell AB (address: Hotellvägen 1, 680 60 Sysslebäck, Sweden) take route 16 to Kongvinger, then route 2 to Flisa and then route 62 to Sysslebäck.
There are several possible routes. Car drivers generally take the Puttgarden-Rødby route, crossing the bridge over the Öresund from Denmark to Sweden, then taking the E6 to Göteborg and the E45 to Sysslebäck. Another popular route, already mentioned, is the night ferry from Kiel to Göteborg and then further as described above.
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