— How would you describe Hotel Stelor in a few words?
— Hotel Stelor
— What was your inspiration to create Hotel Stelor?
I fell in love with this old stone house which was built in 1720. I didn’t know exactly what I wanted it to be when I bought it, but I wanted more people to see it and fall in love with it as well. I hired an architect to help me restore it and convert it into a small hotel yet keep the soul and history of the original house alive.”
— Room 1
— How would you describe the interior design of the hotel?
If the guests liked the furniture or lamps in the hotel rooms they could purchase some of them from the antique store. Some items are still for sale today. We have an interior store where guests can purchase other pieces as well.”
— Gotland lake near Hotel Stelor
— How would you describe the atmosphere at the hotel?
There’s a garden that is like a big park with old fruit trees you can sit under while reading a good book.”
— The harbour
— Please tell us more about the hotel rooms.
Room number 3 is the heart of the house and my favourite. It’s a mini-suite that used to be the main dining room before the house was turned into a hotel. There are windows in three directions and a big fireplace. It is the only room where the design is not based around a character.
Room number 5 is the science room, which is on the upper floor with a really nice view of the garden. If you are looking for privacy, this is a good room for that. It feels like you’re in a cosy nest and it even has a telescope.”
— Room 3
— What facilities and services do you offer to hotel guests?
Bikes are available for our guests, which they can use to explore the area. We can help arrange horseback riding, golfing or other activities.
High-speed Internet is available as well.”