Holiday Home Sweden, Uppland, Bålsta: "Sommarstuga Bålsta"

Object number: 1769
4 persons 1 bedroom 1 bathroom 40m² No
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Cosy holiday home with sauna not far from the lake Mälaren

This holiday home consists of a bedroom with double bed, a living room with convertible sofa, a kitchen as well as a separate sauna building and it is located about 50 kilometers outside Stockholm.
After about 6 minutes walk you will reach the cove/bay of "Ekolsundsviken" at the lake Mälaren where a rowing boat is waiting to be used by you.
Or you can try again your luck in fishing for pike, pikeperch or perch?!
It is also possible to pick here effortless a lot of berries or mushrooms and while doing this running into one or the other elk or red deer.
If you have had enough of country life and nature, you can go for certain excursions to the local sights like the Åbergs Museum, Skokloster slott and Fridegårdsmuseet. If you like it a bit more colorful, you can shuttle at any time from here to the city of Stockholm without loosing much time.

  • Public Transport 10 km
  • Airport 80 km
  • Restaurant 2 km
  • Distance to the water 300 m
  • Swimming area 1 km
  • Tennis court -
  • Golf course 20 km
  • Ski lift -
  • Grocery store 10 km
  • Closest neighbour 100 m

Additional information

  • 1 bedroom with double bed. Living room with sofa bed for two persons
  • Day of arrival and departure will be Sunday
  • A rowing boat can be used free of charge
  • Two bikes are available
  • There is a wood-burning sauna at the property which will be shared with a second accommodation


  • Self catering

  • Double bed

  • Single bed

  • Bunk bed

  • Baby cot

  • Sofa bed

  • Stove

  • Oven

  • Refridgerator

  • Freezer

  • Dishwasher

  • Microwave oven

  • Coffee machine

  • Shower

  • Bath tub

  • WC

  • Bio/Dry toilet

  • Washing machine

  • Tumble dryer

  • Sauna

  • Pool

  • Air conditioning

  • TV

  • Sat TV

  • Internet

  • Open fire/Tiled stove

  • Balcony

  • Terrace

  • Car park

  • Garden furniture

  • Grill

  • Bicycle

  • Boat/Canoo

  • Motorboat/Outboard engine

  • Smoking

  • Dog allowed

More equipment

Wood stove, Radio

Calendar List

Current price & availability

From - to Each week Each night Day of change Minimum days to stay
15-04-2024 -
400 80 Every day 3
28-04-2024 -
335 65 Every day 3
29-04-2024 -
530 105 Every day 3
06-05-2024 -
530 105 Sunday In this period is only possible to book from Sunday to Sunday. 7
16-09-2024 -
400 80 Every day 3

Please consider! If you rent a self-catering accommodation the final cleaning is normally not included in the price and will be done by the guests. Even the bed-linen, towels and dish towels will not be provided and therefore we kindly ask you to take these with you.

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Points of interest
  • Airport
  • Train station
  • Bus stop
  • Subway
  • Guest harbour
  • Other transportation
  • Golf course
  • Tennis court
  • Distance to the water
  • Minigolf
  • Boat Rental
  • Bicycle path
  • Hiking trail
  • Bridle path
  • Cross country ski run
  • Canoe path
  • Snow mobile
  • Ski slope
  • Ski lift
  • Local recreation area
  • Other sport
  • Swimming area
  • City
  • Other nature
  • Church
  • Museum
  • Theater
  • Culture point
  • Nature reserve
  • Sights
  • Other culture
  • Grocery store
  • Gas station
  • Other stores
  • Cafe
  • Restaurant
  • Other gastronomy
  • Closest neighbour
  • Lake
  • Sea
  • River

Infos about the region Uppland

Uppland is a province located on the east coast bordering to the Mälaren lake and is one of the provinces in which the capital, Stockholm, is located in. The second part is located in Södermanland. Traditionally, the line between the two provinces is drawn in the water between the old town and the district of Södermalm in central Stockholm.
Uppland has about 1.3 million inhabitants, making it the country's most populous region. Of course it has to do with Stockholm and its many job oppurtunites. However, many live in one of all those cities and towns in the Mälardalen region. Many people commute for example from and to Sweden's fourth largest city Uppsala (about 160 000 inhabitants).
Uppsala is a picturesque university town characterized by the river of Fyrisån, which flows through the city, the cathedral (Gothic brick building dating from 1435 and the largest church in Scandinavia) and the castle. This silhouette is something most inhabitants want to keep, which has lead to the fact that only a few buildings exceed five-six storeys. The University culture is strong and it is perhaps Sweden's most popular university. Fifteen Nobel Prize winners have studied or worked at the university, and among its alumni eight regents and fourteen prime ministers can be found.
Uppland has 130,000 known archaeological sites and a number of hiking trails for those interested. And we can recommend Roslagen, the archipelago that spreads out along the coast, both on the mainland and islands.
Come to the Uppland and experience everything from urban to nature!

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