Holiday home Kråkshult

Beautiful 6-8 person family home

This old school building has been completely modernized and is fully equipped for a wonderful family holiday in southern Sweden. The holiday home is located in Kråkshult, a small idyllic town near Mariannelund with several lakes, villages and towns in the immediate vicinity.

The House

The house is a former school building which has been completely modernized and refurbished in the recent years. The house is on the edge of a forest. The ground floor is for rental and is suitable for 6 people, with possibly to an extension to 8. It has 2 very spacious living rooms, 1 with a double bed, 2 bedrooms, a spacious hall, 2 bathrooms (1 with bath), a separate toilet and a large living kitchen with dishwasher. By placing 2 extra beds, 8 people can sleep here.

From the kitchen, you have access to the garden and veranda. The garden is 1200 M2, fenced and sunny all day. It gives children the space to play or to pick apples from the apple tree. There is a barbecue and a veranda. You have your own parking place(s).

Area

Kråkshult is a small town in Småland, southern Sweden. It is surrounded by forests, meadows and lakes. It is therefore an ideal base to discover southern Sweden and the beautiful Småland. Various well-known walking and cycling routes can be discovered from the house. Both Eksjö and Vimmerby can be reached within half an hour. There are several restaurants in both towns and the famous Astrid Lindgren park in Vimmerby. Within 5 minutes you are at the nearest beach of the beautiful Stora Bellen lake for swimming, canoeing or fishing. The nearest supermarket is 10 minutes away. The larger cities such as Jönköping and Västervik are also easily accessible, as well as Gränna, from where you can discover the beautiful Vättern lake.

The house can also be rented in the winter months in consultation. There is a small ski slope 15 km away (Valbacken). Cross-country trails are available from the Spilhammars camping site.

Pets and smoking inside are not allowed

 

 

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