The traditional homestead Värmlandsgård, built in the 19th century, offers at the same time a lot of space and a good portion of living culture in one and the same place. The living area of 200 m2 and the extensive nature plot with an area of about 20,000 m2 provide enough space for up to eight people. You live here in the countryside, surrounded by nature and all for yourself, without direct neighborhood. On the 2005 renovated courtyard are four bedrooms with a total of eight beds and also a bathroom with shower / WC. In addition, there is an extra toilet in the nostalgic form of a traditional outhouse, but still modern in handling. With a traditional, cast-iron wood stove in the kitchen and two additional wood-burning stoves as a heat source in the house, as a complement to the regular heating, this accommodation can also be used in the cooler season. Firewood is also included in the rental price. Small yet efficient water heater (only about 50 liters) in the house! The entire property exudes nostalgic charm and reminds of bygone times. Various details underline the long history and the special ambience of the historic premises. Outside in the charming landscape of the Värmland region, a covered terrace area is available, built as part of the former warehouse. From the old cellar a wine cellar was designed. In addition, there is an original, yet newly-built smoker's cactus on the property with room for social gathering, in which there is even a very simple, unheated bedroom, if you want to spend the night in a very original way. Here you will find a great, original farm in the Värmland, where you partly live like a great-grandmother, yet within easy reach of modern civilization with their services. In addition, the border with Norway is not far away.