The description of Solsidan is accurate, however does not do justice. By entering Solsidan I was reminded of all that was good as a child. A huge porch overlooking the ocean welcomed us, and the sometimes creaky screen door was music to my ears. A cupboard full of board games allowed us to completely forget that TV even existed. The well appointed and clean (including cook-books) kitchen allowed us to create fabulous meals, that we enjoyed ether on the big round table on the porch, or at the cosy nook surrounded by the sea. The walls are full of book for every age and inclination. The book you forgot to bring may be there, and if not, you'll be sure to find another. Sea glass, shells and the smoothest of pebbles from the ocean are a continual reminder of my stay at the welcoming cottage at the end of a point. Not only is this place well maintained, I feel that both the owners and guests have an affection for Solsidan that demands care and respect. There are no restaurants or attractions and this is perhaps the best aspect of the place. Enjoying the company of loved ones is what made our stay here extraordinary.