This is a rustic Swedish country lodge which is long on scenery, but short on amenities. The room was large by European standards with a separate, curtained-off area for children's bunk beds. It was clean, but far from fancy. If your idea of a hotel is the Ritz, this is not your place to stay. We were in the area to meet with family, so the hotel worked very well for us. The breakfast in the bright, sunny dining room (located in the main house) was adequate although the dinner offerings were inconsistent. The location on the lake is lovely, with a great walking/running area just over the bridge to the east of the hotel. We were near an incredible bike path, so we rented bikes from the hotel for a ride. The staff is very nice and very helpful with an excellent command of English. Also, they have tennis courts and let us borrow rackets and balls. The on-site laundry facility was convenient. The room where we stayed had light-weight curtains which made sleeping tough during the Swedish summer. Also, our room was on the first floor near the building's door and stairs so there was a fair amount of noise. The highlight was relaxing on the main house's balcony overlooking the lake while sipping the beverages of our choice. Perfect way to end the day.