Johanshus was resettled in 1901 and rebuilt at its present location. It is idyllically surrounded by oak and mixed forest and stands on a mighty, partially visible granite block. After a long sleep, it was partially renovated by us and provided with a new extension, in which there is a small bathroom. The main house has retained its old charm. The old doors and windows should be handled with care, they are as old as the house. Brochures that inform about the many possibilities of leisure activities can be found in the house.
Address: Lindsås 5, 51397 Borgstena, Sweden
Size: 100.0 m², 3 Rooms, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 2 Sofa beds, 1 Couch
Prices: 450 SEK / Night
More pricing information:
Johanshus is rented from Easter until October 31st
Rental price from 3150, - SEK / week
final cleaning 700 SEK
Optional linen / towels 150 SEK / a'person
Electricity 10 KW / day incl. Each additional KW 3 SEK
Ground floor: living room with tiled stove, door to the terrace; Kitchen with electric stove, fridge and freezer, dining area; Nursery with sofa bed (2SG), passageway to the top. Extension: Entrance and small bathroom with bath, sink and SEPARETT toilet. Upper floor: upper floorboard with two beds and TV; Bedroom with double bed. Sunny terrace with few to the pond; Washing machine in the annex. Johanshus is suitable for 4 - 6 persons. The garden, about 3000 square meters, offers plenty of space to play and hide. No neighbor gets excited about noisy children. Your children can experience nature here, which is often denied them today in narrow cities. With a little luck, you can also see moose living in the forest. For years, a crane family, a large owl and a lynx family have been living in the immediate vicinity. Highland cattle and cows often graze in the neighboring pastures. A fireplace invites you to a barbecue and a campfire. You can find enough material in the forest.
Important Info: a SEPARETT toilet is not a water toilet. The urine is separated from the excrement and runs into the drain. The excrements are disposed of once a week. This toilet has a vent, is hygienic and odorless. They are often found in Swedish holiday homes that are far from civilization.