Wilderness Cottage - Traditional red painted holiday house in Sweden
Picturesque house in the heart of the Malingsbo - Kloten Nature Reserve, 2,5 hours drive from the Swedish capital Stockholm.
Plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities, nature experiences and wildlife watching.
The Wilderness Cottage is located on a small hill, 150 meters north of the Wilderness Lodge. The same prices and premises are valid at the Wilderness Lodge and at the Wilderness Cottage for short-term stays. To the Wilderness Lodge >>
Location between three lakes
The Wilderness Cottage is located between three lakes. There is approximately 200 meters to each lake and there is a nice swimming place approximately 400 meters from the Wilderness Cottage.
Wild and Nordic animals like moose, wolf, deer, fox and plenty of birds are sometimes to been seen from the veranda. Howling wolfs can occasionally be heard at night. Excellent fishing and good hiking trails. Nice forests for berry and mushroom picking. Read more about Kloten and the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve >>
Rent the house
Rent the Wilderness Cottage
3000 SEK /night or 15 000 SEK/week.
Rent the rooms separately
The rooms can also be hired separately as follow:
The double room - The lynx room
The double room - The forest room
The family room - The deer room
Family room with view over the forest. The room has 4 beds and shared bathroom.
The prices refers to stays with private sheets (sleeping bags are not allowed and stays without sheets is not an option).
Additional options: sheets and towels for the stay, 100 SEK.
The private rooms are booked per person, regardless of the numbers of beds per room. The private rooms are private, not mixed rooms with other people. If you are by yourself and wish a private room, the supplement for a single room is 200 SEK/night.
Rent rooms in the Wilderness Cottage
400-450 SEK /person, depending on the choice of room.
All food has to be bought before you travel to the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve. There are no supermarkets or restaurants in the wilderness. The Wilderness Cottage has a refrigerator and a fully-equipped kitchen.
The Wilderness Cottage is located in the small village, Kloten, between Skinnskatteberg and Kopparberg along road 233. Safe and free car parking lot in front of the Cottage. The reception is located 100 meters away at Nordic Discovery’s Adventure Center. Road descriptions >>
Wi-Fi connection is free and available inside and outside of the Wilderness Cottage. The quality of the signal is not the best due to the country side network. There is also a Wi-Fi connection inside and outside of the reception at Nordic Discovery's Adventure Center (150 meters away).
Wood heated bath barrel and sauna
There is a wood heated bath barrel at the corner of the big veranda, and a sauna in the basement.
Wood heated bath barrel: 2000 SEK/occasion. 1750 SEK when the clients are involved in the 6 hours preparing process (filling up new water and heating). Available 15th of April - 15th of October.
Sauna: 100 SEK/person (minimum 500 SEK/occasion). The sauna has an electrical heater and the dressing room a wood heated fireplace which will be lighted. Available all around the year.
The wood heated bath barrel and the sauna are available as extra for guests staying in the Wilderness Cottage. If no guests are staying in the Wilderness Cottage, the wood heated bath barrel and the sauna are available for anyone. Most of the time bookings in advance are necessary.
The wood heated bath barrel is booked for a period of 4 hours and the sauna is booked for a period of 2 hours.
The wood heated bath barrel is recommended 15th of April - 15th of October, and the sauna is recommended 16th of October - 14th of April.
Moose and skier in front of the Wilderness Cottage
Nice swimming place 400 meters from the Wilderness Cottage
Follow the path along the water front.
Moose stroll at the Wilderness Cottage
Wilderness Cottage on faceboook
Photos and movies are posted ongoing on Wilderness Cottage's Facebook site. For direct and fast information, the recommendation is to follow the Facebook blog bellow: