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The gatekeeper's lodge - Kyrksjöns grindstuga

Tiny home
hosted by Anna
  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bed
  3. 1 bath
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This is a charming little brick house by the gate to Kyrksjölöten's nature reserve.
It's got all you need for a short or longer stay: There's free wifi and a smart TV for your entertainment, a washing machine and tumble dryer in the bathroom and a combined oven/microwave in the kitchen.

Read more about access by public transport and local amenities further down ("The neighborhood" and, under the map: "Getting around")!

The space
What kind of a stay can I expect if I book this?

A hideaway in a quiet residential area, this place combines access to public services (groceries, transportation, restaurants) with the feeling of being far away from the hustle.
Sunrays filter through the branches of the small garden's giant oak, where birds chirp and squirrels run. Here you can take a swim in the lake, have a barbecue in the sunset, or visit Stockholm's oldest church up the road.

Where you'll sleep

Living area
1 sofa bed
Bedroom area
1 floor mattress

What this place offers

Garden view
Park view
Free parking on premises
EV charger
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

Where you’ll be

Bromma, Stockholms län, Sweden

The neighbourhood

The nature reserve Kyrksjölöten, as well as the nearby Judarskogen, allow free access 24/7, all year round. These reserves provide a home to several birds and amphibians worthy of protection, as well as traces from the Ice Age, and a grave field from the Iron Age.

Bromma kyrka (a couple of minutes down the road) is the oldest church in Stockholm, dating back to the 12th century. It has been recently renovated and is surrounded by a well kept cemetery.

Taking the bus from Brommaplan you easily reach Drottningholm, the royal residence built in the 18th century, complete with a park typical of the time. The changing of the guards, the tours of the interior and the theatre are popular attractions if you want to do more than just walk the grounds. It is open for visitors year-round. In the summer, boats depart regularly to the city centre.

When you're done with the sightseeing there are many possibilities for the active traveller! How about taking a swim/skating in lake Mälaren (if the adjacent lake Kyrksjön is too small for your needs), hitting it off on the Bromma golf course, enjoying the outdoor gyms, or using the public bath house in Åkeshov? If you're more into indoor training there are at least four within walking distance. For mini-golf, go to Ängby (unless you want a course built for competitions which you'll find at Tanto, on Södermalm). And more!

7 nights in Bromma

Jul 9, 2022 - Jul 16, 2022

4.93 out of 5 stars from 14 reviews

Hosted by Anna

Joined in July 2014
  • 14 Reviews
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  • Superhost

During your stay

Questions? Call, email or text us anytime!
If needed during your stay, you're of course welcome to come see us at the main house and we'll help in any way we can.

Anna is a Superhost

Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Languages: English, Svenska
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