Lammhult Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Fishing, swimming, grilling, cycling and boating, camping
Between Lyåsa village and Lyen lake is the old farm Lillegard, 275 meters from the shore. The house was built in 1847 in solid wood gezimmertem. The secluded location, close to the lake and Lyen the courtyard belonging, beautiful environments with the meadows and forests make Lillegard to a rural idyll. In our web you will find the boat. In the vicinity we made a barbecue. Together they make a great base camp for excursions lakes. Basement and first floor are renovated in 2005-2013, restored with old wooden floors and wallpapers in a matching style for an old house. The beds are all modern, while the majority of other furniture is in older style. In the garden there's trampolines, slides and hills. Our 2.1 km wide shore is quite free from other buildings and we have a lot of work to make the area between the house and the lake beautiful and accessible.
Swimming, boating, fishing and hunting. In our lake system zander, perch and pike dominate but many other fish species such as eel are also there. You can use the Lyen Lake and the other lakes accessible by boat and smaller rivers the same fishing license. It is in the village (Lyåsa, 300m) to shop with. We have depth maps of the three largest lakes (Lyen, Hultasjön and Rymmen) that you can bring in the boat. Anglers are also a lake with game fish (eg. B. trout) just a few kilometers from the house. Besides our bathing gibt's lake system in many natural beaches where the water is shallow and the bottom is good for the feet. Nearest public beach is three kilometers away from the house. If you are looking for a home for another family in the area,'s house Kungsgården (also booked with Holiday-Rentals Property 40639, 5 min walk along the shore).
Today Lyåsa: In our region Lyåsa is known for its beautiful scenery and unusual for the Småland wooded views. The horizon is the only limitation of the gaze. Lyåsa consists of ten yards, nine on the hills and our Lillegård on a slope from Lyen lake. A small (about 100m) Forest & some willows (250m) away Lillegård of the other courts. In the meadows are many traces of the old economy and the provincial government has called Lyåsa 'national interest for nature conservation'. Because the old economic traditions, the village has a rich flora. Cows & horses graze on some slopes, while others are cut with a scythe or with modern methods. One day per year in late July, each of the interested mitmache in haymaking to try the old economic methods with Sense or rake. Behind the fields and meadows are large forests. Small forest trails meander the valley. Hiking, mushroom picking, fishing or swimming, Lyåsa has for nature lovers a lot to offer.
The old village Lyåsa (history): As the ice retreated, it has completely changed the landscape. It has mountains crumbled into gravel and under the ice are rivers, elongated ridges and hills were formed. As the temperature was increased again the ice has melted and people have started to colonize the landscape. They had used to reach rivers around the country. Some had used the river Lagan and have gradually reached the Lyen lake. First you have lived as hunters and anglers. If you had learned to cultivate the land, they were looking for places that were suitable for economy. In the immediate vicinity of the Lyen lake to the east was one such place, a hill formed during the ice (Drumlin). Therefore Lyåsa was founded on the highest point of the hill. Not only was here to manage well the country, it was easy to defend. Therefore Lyåsa is one of the oldest villages of the area with many traces of ancient civilization.
Details for Obergeschoss 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, 1 Bathroom
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible