House

Urnatur

Ödeshög, Östergötland, Sweden

The prices shown are per hut per night including breakfast.

The price includes: breakfast buffet, canoeing, sauna, towels, bed linen and (vegetarian) ingredients for preparing dinner in the communal kitchen (fish and meat and alcoholic beverages can be ordered as extras).

Toilets and showers are available to guests in the common areas. Another toilet and shower are on the farm, in the same building as the shop. The showers in the Wood Hermitage are heated with solar energy. There is an emergency gas supply for days without sun. Bed linen and towels are provided and baby cots can be hired on request. The tap water can be drunk without hesitation. Electricity and an internet connection are only available in the “Tin Castle” community building on the lake. The huts and tree houses are without electricity and are heated with wood stoves and lit with candles.

The following buildings serve as common areas: Storstugan: living room with fireplace that can serve as a dining room for up to 16 people (only accessible for dinner during spring and autumn). Bad Huset (bath house): Sauna, which also serves for the heating and hot water supply of the two large washrooms. According to Japanese tradition, you can wash yourself here with buckets and washcloths. There are also three solar-heated showers available. In front of the house there are two "hot tubs" for a hot bath under the starry sky (can only be used during spring and autumn). Lindas Privy: This toilet house was built spontaneously by two German traveling companions. Tin Castle: This community house, located directly on the lake, is used for events, meetings, weddings and as a breakfast room. It is also the only building with an electrical power supply and an Internet connection. A data storage is also available to guests here. The tin lock is heated by a large stove in the middle of the room.

For safety reasons it is not allowed to cook in the houses. Good shoes and weatherproof clothing are recommended. There are almost no mosquitoes.

Note: A holiday at Urnatur is less suitable for pets. Dogs are only allowed in the moss hut. People with a pet hair allergy should not book this property.

Urnatur is closed from the beginning of October to the end of April.

from145 €up to220 € / night

The little tree house

As the first tree house in the complex, this small tree house was created with simple means and with a lot of imagination and inspiration for individual visitors, who might feel a little reminiscent of Huckleberry Finn. In the spirit of upcycling, for example, a large old window and other finds were incorporated here. Simply designed but with a high feel-good factor built on two stable aspen trees, it is the smallest, but also the brightest of the houses with a slightly narrower single bed.

max. 1 Personsingle bed
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from270 €up to340 € / night

Charchoaler's hut

With its moss-covered peat roof, the coal hut offers a particularly green living experience. This accommodation is inspired by the cabins of the former coal workers who originally served as protection against wild animals, wind and weather. The hut is comparatively small and dark, but all the more cozy. In order to emphasize the simple, spartan character even more, the house was furnished with two self-made single beds made of iron and is ideal for everyone who wants to take a real break from everyday life.

max. 2 People2 single beds
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from270 €up to340 € / night

The Glade

The Glade is inspired by the American settler houses with a small veranda and rocking chair. This hut is a little different from all the others because it is somewhat isolated from the others (but still only approx. 100m from the bathhouse). From the veranda you have a view over the sheep pasture and into the forest. The light pollution is minimal here and on clear nights the starry sky is absolutely breathtaking. There is an old star map in the hut - so bring your binoculars or tube with you. There is also a small private outside toilet that belongs to the house. In the hut there is a sofa with a futon mattress. There is also an attic with another futon, for example for two older children. Perfect for a couple, a family or maybe two couples. Smaller children should not sleep in the attic.

max. 4 People2 futon mattresses (150 cm wide)
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from290 €up to390 € / night

Pilgrims hat

The construction of the "pilgrim hut" is the most traditional example of the holiday complex. The curtains and other details of the furnishings designed by owner Ulrika were partly inspired by the Amish culture. The cabin has two built-in single beds with drawers that provide more storage space. The roof was built on the Russian model.

max. 2 People2 single beds
Number
from290 €up to390 € / night

Moss cabin

The Mooshütte, also called the "Moostempel", has a similar structure to the Wolfshütte and is equipped with carpets and textiles designed by Ulrika in a leaf design. The hut is a little darker than the Wolfshütte because it is located deeper in the forest. The Wolfs- and Mooshütte have peat roofs, on which even wild strawberries grow in summer. The prices shown are for 2 people. Each additional person pays 90 euros per day (summer) or 130 euros per day (Hermit Nights)

max. 4 People4 single beds
Number
from290 €up to390 € / night

Has cabin

The so-called hut hut catches the eye due to its hexagonal roof. The fairy tales by Elsa Beskow served as inspiration and the wooden interior was designed by Niclas Hallberg in Japanese style with Swedish handicraft elements. The property offers two movable single beds, a high ceiling and, thanks to the large chandelier, a bright, friendly atmosphere.

max. 2 People2 single beds
Number
from290 €up to390 € / night

Wolf cot

The Wolfshütte is the ideal accommodation for four adults or a family with children, which is based on the Sami culture from northern Sweden. There is an open fireplace in the middle of the room, which provides warmth in addition to the wood stove, and the four individual sleeping cabins are arranged all around. Compared to the Mooshütte, the "Wolfsbau" is a little brighter and more modern. The prices shown are for 2 people. Each additional person pays 90 euros per day (summer) or 130 euros per day (Hermit Nights)

max. 4 People4 single beds
Number
from350 €up to450 € / night

The air castle

The perfect choice for a particularly green honeymoon. The so-called castle in the air offers a comfortable double bed (1.60 meters) and its own viewing platform, which can be reached via a suspension bridge. The roof of the tree house also serves as a small terrace. The romantic tree house for two was built in 2010 and offers a wonderful view of the forest and meadows. You can reach it by a spiral staircase. Note: this accommodation is not suitable for visitors with children.

max. 2 Peopledouble bed
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from400 €up to500 € / night

"Family Tree"

The "family tree" is the suite under the tree houses and consists of two living units for four and two people each: the large and the small squirrel nest. Perfectly suited for both couples and families, the residential complex has its own veranda and large, bright windows. The construction is held by ten pine trees, one of which even grows through the house. The family accommodation has a - for tree houses - large room with ten windows and a view of the forest, a double bed (1.80 meters) and two sofa beds. There is also a balcony from which you can see the pond, and a bed and a couch in the "little squirrel nest". The prices are for 2 people in the large squirrel nest. If you want to book the small squirrel nest, it costs 145 euros (summer) or 220 euros (Hermit Nights) per day for 1 person. Each additional person pays 90 euros per day (summer) or 130 euros per day (Hermit Nights). While you can book the large squirrel nest separately, the small squirrel nest is only rented in combination with the large nest.

max. 6 PeopleDouble bed + 2 sofa beds
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