Into the Wild…

A private island and a red timber cabin with an optional bear safari- all just 2 hours north of Stockholm. Why not stay at this fabulous rustic island hideaway in Sweden for a short break?

Fly to Stockholm, jump on the train and speed through the country to Ocklebo where you will stay in a cabin in the forest on a private island.  The cabin has a space for 5 people and is only accessible by boat. This is the ideal location for tranquillity, walking and listening to the sound of nature.  Organic ingredients are provided along with mouth-watering recipes guests can cook at their leisure.

You can also stay at the Amot, Stilleben Bed and Breakfast which is surrounded by hills and forest. This is another quiet location and a great place for reflection with endless nature trails and plenty of local wildlife.  There are a few restaurants nearby which offer a one dish dinner and lunch menu of simple rich cooking and traditional Swedish breads.

The most unique accommodation is the wilderness camp where you can absorb the ambience of the great outdoors. Cabins and sleeping bags are available with special breakfast and snacks included. This is a private tour exclusively for a group.

At Ventur Luxury Travel, we can provide tailored itineraries which will include picnic lunches, swimming in the lake, 2 course evening meal and island hop with a canoe. We have a variety of excursions to suit all, from a wildlife safari, relaxing in the sauna or hot tub and our personal favourite, step into the Middle Ages with a musical experience filled with Scandinavian folktales. Enjoy medieval food and entertainment high in the mountains and deep in the forests.

Prices are from £1,250 per adult and £525 per child.

Includes return flights from UK to Stockholm, return train from the airport to Ockelbo or car rental, local transfers, 2 nights at Stilleben Amot including breakfast, 2 picnic lunches and 2 evening meals.

Contact us to find out more or to book your experience in the wilderness.


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