Betula is the Latin word for birch, and also the name of the first forest suite on the right side of the hill. The big panorama window of the suite faces north, with a view of the deep forest of Sällehägnad.

You will see the evening sun between the trees from the bedroom window. Relax and enjoy, accompanied by locally designed wood furniture, light a fire in the fireplace and settle down on the sofa. The sofa also holds two extra beds.

Look up at the sky from king size bed in the bedroom; an amazing painting of treetops and stars.

For your convenience, the Betula forest suite has a bathroom, with a yellow color, inspired by the chantarelle. Welcome!


31 square meters
Kingsize bed, 2 extra beds in the sofa bed
Toilet and shower

Electric heating, floor heating in the bathroom


Coffee machine, tea kettle, and refrigerator

Storage for bags

Wardrobe for clothes


The forest, silence, and tranquility

Breakfast basket delivered to the forest suite

Robe, slippers, and hair dryer

In the skylight you experience natural evening light and dawn light, or snow depending on the season, sleeping masks are available

WiFi-free area, to give you peace and presence in nature

The building

Built: 2020
Architect: Wingårdhs, Gert Wingårdh

Construction company: Eriksson & Lönn and Mattias Sälleteg


No smoking.

The price is for two persons, breakfast included. Addition costs for guests three and four will be added.

Baby crib is available.

Sometimes you can experience that the Forest Suite rocks a little. This is why our Forest Suites are also called floating rooms.

The forest suites are built on eight pillars each, floating amongst the trees but rooted in the ground. The suites are built out of wood, the outside covered by unedged panels from the forest of the surrounding forests. Isolation: wood wool from Termoträ. All construction materials have been carried to the building site, to minimize the environmental impact.