Built in 1912, and one of the first houses in the area to use metal on wood constrcution to allow better isolation, Lake Malvik has recently been lovingly restored to its full glory. Most of the rooms feature the original Kakelugn fires with kingsize and antique Italian beds in the guest rooms.
Bedroom no. 1 (the master bedroom) features super king size bed, a wide selection of biographies along with a collection of CDs and vinyl complete with fully specced hi-fi complete with turntable.
Bedroom no.2 features en-suite facilities and all rooms have wonderful views of the local area.
Bedroom no.3 (the largest of the rooms) also boasts an artists studio where classes in fine art, pottery, creative writing and design can be arranged.
Catering is available from pre-cooked home made meals to on-site chef facilities, or if you wish to try your hand at cooking your own local fare, recipe cards along with all ingredients can be provided.