Bullerö naturreservat Gästhem
Bullerö Hostel has 16 beds divided into two houses. The houses are from the period “Skärkarsepoken”. The cottage was built in 1720 from timber after there had been Russian pillaging in the archipelago. The Sjögrenska house is most likely built in 1810. The houses have been carefully renovated so that the old buildings character has been preserved. There is a cottage with 2 rooms, 5 beds divided between them and a shared kitchen in the middle. This house is suitable for wheelchairs as there is a ramp to the cottage and no thresholds. The Sjögrenska house has two floors with separate entrances. The downstairs has seven beds divided into two rooms with a shared kitchen. One room has four beds and one has three. The upstairs has two bedrooms with two beds each and a shared kitchen in between. All the kitchens are of a modern style however lack running water. The water can be collected in buckets from the well and is of a very high quality. The toilets are in a separate building.