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Villa Telegraf is a historical building located on the north peak of Gotland, the biggest island in the Baltic sea.
Over 120 years the limestone houses (traditional houses on Gotland) were used as the governments telegraph center on the island.
Today Villa Telegraf is converted into a rustic, arural property with all year around accommodation.
Garden and buildings are very private, located minutes away from trendy bars, restaurants, harbour, ferry to Fårö, and grocery store.
The houses with their location on Strandvägen (beach road) in Fårösund provide astonishing seaviews facing Fårö.
Barren pre-historic landcape, middle ages churches, and extra ordinary light that one of the most famous Swedes, the director Ingmar Bergman fell so in love with. This isolated location attracts celebrities, architects, and artists alike from all around the world because of it's magic.
Fårösund is an old Fishing village surrounded by beautiful nature, limestone farms, middle ages churches, exotic in a scandinavian way coastline and harbor.
Swimming and relaxing at sand or stone beaches, horse farms with Icelandic horses, tennis and golf courses are some of the activities available in short distance.
One of Gotlands coolest restaurants & hotels is positioned on the same road as Villa Telegraf. It's enjoyable meals together with the atmosphere are worth their while. Fårösund is also the gateway to Fårö, the rather much smaller island next to Gotland. To get to Fårö there is a free of charge ferry leaving to Fårö and back ever so often.
Ingmar Bergmans property is situated across the water opposite the house.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
Main house hosts maximum 6 persons including children. Mews house hosts additional 4 persons. The weekly rate for the mews house is 7000 SEK per week.