Hunting lodge with wine cellar

at the foot of the hill fort

A short walk from the villa and stables leads you to the Stora Rullingen's hunting lodge, which is beautifully set at the edge of the forest. There, you can find a large living area with fine views, a kitchen, sleeping recess, shower and toilet. A door from the living area takes you out onto a spacious, covered terrace facing east, towards the morning sun.

Stone cellar for wine storage and
private meetings

The hunting lodge has its own wine cellar with walls made from stone slabs used in the island's previous buildings. It can easily accommodate 10 people and is perfectly suited for both wine storage, wine tasting and important meetings. The benches, tables and flooring are made of solid oak. There is also a fitted wine rack made of hollowed out trunks.

Stora Rullingen's hunting lodge was built in 2009, using timber from trees grown on the island and has a turfed roof. The total built area, including the wine cellar and terrace, is 85 square metres. The hunting lodge is comfortable all year round and makes for a perfect guest house.

Stora Rullingen's Highland cattle are an old race originating from the Hebrides islands, off the coast of Scotland. They have beautiful, long horns and their wavy coats can be black, red, yellow or striped.

Stockholm – European Green Capital 2010

Stockholm is the largest urban area in the Nordic countries and Sweden's cultural, media, economic and political centre. The city was founded in the early 13th century. The location, among the islands where Lake Mälaren exits into the Baltic, was strategic from both a defensive and trading point of view, and was a decisive factor in ensuring that Stockholm quickly became Sweden's largest and most important trading centre. A large part of Stockholm city is found in Lake Mälaren's islands. A large area of the sea outside Stockholm is peppered with more than 30,000 islands, called Stockholm's archipelago, and constitutes one of the archipelagos with the most islands in the world. In 2010, Stockholm municipality was made Europe's Green Capital. It was the first city in Europe to be awarded this status.