Über dieses Inserat
A traditional Gotlandic limestone farmhouse just 4 km off the sea. Carefully renovated with modern facilities. Perfect for two families enjoying cooking together from local produce. Spacious orchard garden for playing (»varpa«) and barbecuing.
Many historical sites – from Bronze Age to 20th century – in the surroundings. Small traditional fishing village just 4 km away. Small beach 7 km, nice children-friendly sand beach 8 km.
Commercial center Hemse (supermarkets, pharmacy, systembolaget) 9 km away. Local food producers on farms. Prize-winning restaurant just 7 km away. High-quality burger joint in the port, 9 km from our house.
Zugang für Gäste
You will have access to the main building, a non-heated wooden house with two beds, a outhouse for wine and beer storage. And of course, the garden.
Extra: espresso machine, Weber barbecue, indoor and outdoor games (boccia, boule, badminton, Gotlandic kubb and varpa). 6 (non-perfect) bikes.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are living in Stockholm and only occasionally will we be able to welcome our guests.
Our house is in the countryside, so you must have a car to reach it. There are buses from Visby to Hemse, but that is 9 km from our house.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Five beds (2+2+1) are in the heated part of the main building. Three beds are in a non-heated loft. Two beds are in a separate non-heated wooden house.
When booked, or when you arrive, you will get more detailed guide of the house and surroundings.
I you are allergic, please note that there is a bee-hive behind the barn.
Our house is a non-smoking area.
Cats are not allowed.
Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.
I am journalist and food writer from Stockholm with a long-lasting love for Gotland. My wife, Anna Karin, and I have together with my brother, Björn, and his wife, Eva, owned this old gotlandic farm, Gerete, since 2008.
I have written five books about food, and one of them is in fact made at Gerete. We followed the seasons and cooked a lot from what Anna Karin was growing in the garden.