The name "Strindbergs Gård" derives from its first inhabitant, Olof Strindberg, gardener-in-chief at Lövstabruk Manor and brother of the famous writer August Strindberg. The farm is located 2 minutes walk outside the village's northern gate and consists of a dwelling house, a barn, an outbuilding and one of the two old cottages that miraculously survived the Russian ravages in 1719.
Flowers, fruit and gentle bees are plentiful, and if you're lucky you might see a few deer who venture on the property. In 2015-2016 the main house was restored to its original form, ie, a semi-detached house. As a guest, you are welcome in the southern part of the house with its own entrance, 3 double rooms of which 2 can be booked as single rooms.
Breakfast on the patio?
Homemade bread, honey from our beehives, jams from our fruit bushes... a delicious breakfast with a good cup of coffee or tea!
A look at the beehives?
How many bees do live in one hive, how is honey harvested, where is the queen ...? Asks who would be answered!
A basket full of mushrooms
Some years you'll find plenty of those delicacies in the surrounding woods!