When we arrived Agneta greeted us at the door, asked how our drive was and whether we had found her ok. She was very welcoming of our 4 month Rottie puppy who was extremely wiggly-bum and excited (Agneta also has a dog so is used to this).
We were made to feel welcome immediately and were glad to have decided on the accommodation.
We stayed in the family suite and all I can say is ... WOW! It really is a suite! It is stunning by day and by night. Decorated with rustic charm, the room boasts a kingsize bed, two singles, two sofas, a BEAUTIFUL open fire place/wood burner at the foot of the king bed, and a giant bathroom that I'm sure would be classed as a studio flat in some parts of London ha!
Everything was clean and very cosy. There were blankets galore and Agneta had provided everything from bathroom essentials, towels and lotions; to a bottle of Red wine and a box of chocolates!
The room also had a kettle, wardrobe and hairdryer. There is WiFi available although we didn't use it.
It is truly a stunning place. We were a bit sceptical on arrival as you drive through a town with only 2 minutes to go according to your Satnav, but then the hill begins.
You drive for a few minutes up very steep country roads, the road finally levels off but it is particularly pot holed (perhaps come in a different car if you're particularly precious about your wheels) although our car rides quite low (Insignia) and we survived. As did a fellow guests (MG.)
Once you arrive however, you are at the top of a beautiful mountain and the fresh air and scenery just blows all of your journey from your memory.
We will most certainly be back again in warmer weather for a longer time too.
It's too special for a flying visit in our opinion.