Erikalund is the oldest of Marina Hamnsundets houses. It was built in the 1870s by Johan Fellman who was a pilot of conducting ships for safe passage and his wife Erika. Erikalund has been renovated several times during the years but the genuine archipelago-feel is preserved. The house has 2 bedrooms for 4 people with a tiled stove that will give you a pleasant and cosy feeling, a toilet and a kitchen.
Right next to Erikalund, only a few meters a part, we have the “little cabin” with a purling brook called “rännilen” going right under the house. This cabin has 1 bedroom for 2 people with a genuine tiled stove and kitchen.
Kalles is a house built in the 70s and is the biggest one in Hamnsundet. The house is placed on top of hill, that will give you a fantastic view overlooking Hamnsundet and the archipelago of Saltvik. This house is newly renovated with an open floorplan between the kitchen and living room. It has two bedrooms for 4 people, bathroom with shower, utility room, a sauna and a recreation room with an additional 2 beds.
“Österören” is a small island in the Boxö archipelago which is surrounded by Boxö nature reserve. The cabin is placed on the highest point of the island called Glasberget.
This cabin is a traditional archipelago-cabin with a double bed for 2 people and a little kitchenette.
Bastukleven is a small cabin at the edge of the forest in the Hammsundet archipelago idyll 150 meters from the seafront in “simple living” style.