Scenic location in a nature reserve with untouched forest


Entire place hosted by Inga-Lis

  1. 5 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1.5 baths
Dedicated workspace
A common area with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
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A beautiful view of the river's delta, secluded and quiet location. A gem with cliffs next to the beach and mountains in the day behind. If you rent, you have the whole place to yourself, i.e. no other guests. Newly built orangery in the summer of 2021. which significantly enhances the stay.

Holmen is an island in Österfjärden between Holmsund and Obbola. The Obbola Bridge, which was inaugurated in 1989 and is 1381 meters long, connects Obbola, Holmen and Holmsund.

The space
Located only 18km from Umeå.
Note! The summer place is only rented during the period
15 May- 30 September
There are two fully furnished buildings, the main house and the guest house, which together can accommodate 5 beds.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Mountain view
City skyline view
Beach access – Beachfront
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Private sauna
Pets allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Umeå SO, Västerbottens län, Sweden

Ship Cemetery (Skeppskyrkogården)
A shipwreck which comprises the last remnants of the barque Equvator is visible north of Holmen, where charred beams and timber still rise from the water’s surface.

The barque ran aground in thick fog and caught on fire outside of Holmsund in the late 1880s; it was then towed to its current resting place. It was carrying wood goods and tar from Jacobstad to England. Everyone aboard managed to reach land on Lövölandet, where they were helped by residents of Holmsund who were on a hare hunt.

Other boats are buried here, and this area is a popular diving site for easy, uncomplicated dives. One of the other wrecks here is a small cargo boat that sank in 1853 due to a cholera epidemic on board.

Cholera Cemetery
Numerous epidemics followed the aftermath of the war, and cholera (“the blue death”) was the most feared.

Throughout almost the entire 18th century, this disease threatened our part of the country, which was a direct consequence of the war and its movements of troops and the number of refugees.

The hazards of cholera remained in the area until the mid-1850s and it became clear that the risk of infection was primarily from the ships that docked in the harbour. The sole action that could be taken was a ban on docking and unloading, but there were no resources to ensure compliance. Thus, cholera repeatedly struck the population.

The last cholera epidemic occurred in the summers of 1865 and 1866.

The cholera cemetery is located on the north of Holmen island.

Takashi Nahara’s work method is coloured by Eastern philosophy. He observes a block of stone and searches for its individuality, its inner form, to “draw out the hidden divinity within.”

The aim is to free the chi, the stone’s energy, and give shape to its inherent form.

Hosted by Inga-Lis

  1. Joined in March 2017
  • 28 Reviews
  • Identity verified
  • Superhost
Jag och min man Mats köpte sommarstället i juni 2014. Eftersom vi bor i Umeå och inte alltid övernattar i stugan så föddes idén att hyra ut via Airbnb. Vi tycker att fler än vi ska få njuta av detta unika smultronställe. Varmt välkomna.

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  • Languages: English, Svenska
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy