About us

We do our best to create a cozy and personal accommodation so you can relax and feel at home. The rural surroundings are soothing and our large, lush garden with birds and other wildlife is yours to enjoy. There is a swimming pool with a wood-fired sauna. If you would prefer, you can spend your time with a good book on the porch or in front of the fireplace in the schoolroom.

Family vacation or work trip?

Sometimes it’s nice to just get away and find a place to unwind. At our place you will find the energy to re-charge your batteries. If you want to go hiking – short or longer distances –­ there are plenty of nature reserves in Blekinge to choose from! We are happy to show you some of our favorites. If you prefer city-life, the world heritage city of Karlskrona has a variety of attractions, sites and entertainment to offer.

Breakfast

We believe breakfast is important. That is why we pay the morning meal a little extra attention so you get the best possible start of your day. We always serve homemade bread, homemade marmalades and our own mix of muesli. Our garden provides all vegetables and greens during much of the year, but of course, the supply of fruits, berries, vegetables and flowers is greatest in the summer.
If you want to cook something for lunch or dinner, it is possible to use the well-equipped kitchen. If you prefer to eat out, we are happy to recommend some of Karlskrona’s restaurants.

The old school

Our B&B is located in the carefully renovated Boråkra old schoolhouse. The rooms are generous and personally decorated with a touch of school. The old schoolroom of 65 square meters is open to children of all ages. It is our family room, dojo and yoga studio. With a little luck, the host has some time to spare for a show of Japanese swordsmanship or self-defense.

There is no TV in the house and all in-door is no-smoking areas. Wi-Fi is free of charge and no password is required. Animals are welcome and we have two big and kind dogs ourselves.

About Per & Lotta

For ages we dreamt of moving to Blekinge.
Per, who was born and raised in the university town of Lund in the southwest, spent all his childhood summers in the region. The summerhouse is still in the family. Lotta, originally from Stockholm, moved to Lund to study. She had no difficulty taking Blekinge to her heart. The idea of living in what is known as “the garden of Sweden” was perhaps irresistible for a trained landscape architect.

Over the years we sailed the archipelago, swum the lakes, enjoyed the towns and villages and – at every opportunity given – rummaged the forests for mushrooms. “When can we move here?” we kept asking each other. So, when Boråkra old schoolhouse came up for sale in the fall of 2011, there was no doubt in our minds.
Now we have left Skåne and Lund and settled under the mighty oaks of Blekinge. It is a dream comes true. And it’s a dream we’d like to share with others.