About Ryda Farm

Ryda is an old-fashioned hamlet where the houses were built in a row, as in Astrid Lindgren’s Bullerbyn. The farm is situated by the big lake Åsunden with a fabulous view over the lake. High mountains, large forests and meadows around the farm offer great nature adventures.

Accommodation

At Ryda farm we can offer accommodation in five old houses, all with high standard and stylish decoration.
"Sörgården" and "Mellangården" are spacious two-storey buildings, earlier on used as permanent family houses but since 1998 part of our business. These houses have 6 and 7 permanent beds respectively and are thus suitable for both small and large groups.
"Loftstugan" and "Gäststugan" are old log houses, originally used as larder and storehouse. In 1999 and 2009 respectively we renovated them to be included in the business. Loftstugan has a loft with four beds. Gäststugan has two small bedrooms, each with two single beds. These houses are suitable for small groups of 2-4 guests.
"Lillstugan" was originally used as farm-hand’s quarters. It was rebuilt 2001 and 2009 and now includes lodgings upstairs and toilet, shower, sauna and washing machine on the ground floor.
All the houses / rooms can be rented with or without bedding and cleaning. All the houses are equipped for self-catering but upon request we can also offer breakfast, lunch and dinner in our farm restaurant.
As of 2009 we also offer internet connection in all houses.

Mellangården

Mellangården is originally a log house from 1700 but over the years it has been renovated several times. It has a total living area of 140 m2 and there is central heating in the winter. There is a cosy log heater in the living room and TV, radio, microwave oven and coffee maker.



Sörgården

Sörgården was originally built as a log house in the 18th century and has been rebuilt several times since then. Today the living area is 140 m2. There is central heating during the cold part of the year but the old tiled stove in the living room can also be used. The house is equipped with TV, radio, microwave oven and coffee maker.


Loftstugan

Loftstugan is an old log house from the 18th century with a total living area of 45 m2. It is totally renovated inside and has very high standard with e g heating built into the floor on the ground floor. The stairs in the middle of the house lead up to a loft with 4 beds. On the ground floor there is a main room with kitchen as well as WC/shower. The house is equipped with TV, radio, microwave oven and coffee maker.

Gäststugan

Gäststugan is an old log house from the 18th century with a total living area of 50 m2. It is totally renovated inside and has very high standard with e g heating built into the floor on the ground floor. Gäststugan has two small bedrooms, one downstairs and one upstairs, with two single beds in each. The sofa in the living room upstairs can be converted into a double bed. On the ground floor there is a fully equipped kitchen as well as WC/shower. The house is equipped with TV, radio, microwave oven and coffee maker.

Lillstugan

Lillstugan was originally used as farm-hand’s quarters. It was rebuilt 2001 and 2009 and now includes lodgings upstairs. There is a combined kitchen/main room and two small bedrooms with bunk beds. The sofa in the main room can be converted into a double bed. WC/shower and sauna is available on the ground floor.