Stugby | The cottage Jocksborg is located in Snogeholms recreation area. Here, you sleep with nature right outside the door. There are numerous trails close by and in Lake Snogeholmssjön you can go canoeing and fishing. The cottage is fully equipped anhas 4-6 beds.
The beds are divided between one room with two single beds, one room with a double bed and also a sofa bed in the living room. It has a fully equipped kitchen with stove, oven, fridge freezer and dining area for 6 people. The cottage is accessible to wheelchair users and no smoking or pets are allowed. Outside the cottage is a barbecue and a seating area.
There are plenty of trails in Snogeholms recreation area, both short and long, and the Skåneleden trail runs through the area. A shorter trail along Snogeholmssjön is accessible to wheelchair users and there is also a riding trail. The landscape is varied with sandy and open heathland, alder marsh, sheer deciduous forest and dark spruce forest. In total, there are four cottages and two camp facilities to rent in the area.
The cottage can be rented by the day, for a weekend (Friday-Sunday) or a full week. It is not permitted to house more people than there are number of beds in the cottage. Check-in is normally at 3 pm, check-out is at 11 am. But feel free to contact the recreation area office in Snogeholm at email@example.com if you need to make other arrangements and we will try to find a solution (dependant on other bookings).
You need to bring your own bed linen, towels, toilet paper and paper towels. You will need to clean the cottage yourself. Cleaning equipment is provided.
A cot and a high chair (on loan), Cleaning (at a cost)
Accessible to wheelchair users, No smoking, No pets allowed, Renovated in 2013
NOTE! Online booking is possible up until 2 days before check-in. Contact the recreation area office in Snogeholm at firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 (0) 730 – 64 55 80 to book.
The Scanian Landscape Foundation is responsible for Snogeholm recreation area and rents out the cottage. http://en.skanskalandskap.se/recreation-areas/snogeholm/. Photo: Jenny Brandt and Johan Hammar