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Reviewed 2 August 2016

Stayed in the main hostel at Finnhamn. Old traditional building with its own charm, but a little run down. Stunning views from dining room. Communal kitchen so family groups can prepare their own meals. Impressive spread at breakfast - cereal, hot rolls, eggs, cheese, ham, juice, coffee, tea, yoghurt. Friendly young staff speak good English and advise on booking kayaks...

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Reviewed 28 June 2016

I have visited Finnhamn for the last few years without disappointment and will be visiting again this weekend, highlights for me include the secluded huts making a great vacation to spend with friends and the space to experiencing the beautiful scenery. Major highlight every year is the sauna always a bonus on a Saturday night allowing you to brave the...

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Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 7 June 2015

We came to this archipelago little island in June 2014. We stayed in Stockholm for awhile and therefore we visited different islands only for day trips, we did not stay overnight. This island was a bit of disappointment. The Baltic sea in general is dirty and polluted, but we chose this particular island for swimming rocks. It was okay, but...

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Noosa, Australia
Reviewed 2 September 2014

This stay booked for 4 days was a mistake right from the start. We booked 6 months in advance to ensure we stayed in the main building. On arrival we were told that we could only stay there for one night as they had a big group and we were pushed out to an extremely basic cabin with filthy outside...

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Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 17 August 2014

We camped in a tent in the Hostel's campground. The campsite is very basic with just a fresh water well and no facilities except toilets (that were very clean and not smelly). There was plenty of room for tents but unlike some no kitchen area so you need fuel and stove or eat at the restaurant. There are showers at...

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Frankfurt, Germany
Reviewed 14 August 2014

Maybe it was a nice place 20 - 30 years ago but nowadays it´s just old - everything. Showers, Toilets and huts a definetly NOT WORTH for the money. No running water, no washing facilities besides rosty and old showers. Breakfast is literally cheap. Never ever againg. I can really recommend you to look for another Hostel/Hutt, eventhough the island...

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Zlin, Czech Republic
Reviewed 7 October 2013

Very nice and quiet place to stay. Was there in 2010 as a member of company conference so I cannot evaluate from price / quality view but it was very nice place with very tasty food although a small portions. Very nice nature around.

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Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 August 2013

We really wanted to spend some time in the Archipelago whilst in Stockholm , but struggled to find information and , for a high summer trip , left it late to book. We struck lucky , however , and an overnight stay on Finnhamn was magical. The three hour trip up the archipelago to the island was an experience in...

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Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 4 June 2013 via mobile

It has a very nice location with a lovely view. We spend a night in one of small houses, nr 4 close to the mainhouse (2 rooms per house). There is a bunk bed for 2 people plus 1 single bed in the room, 2 chairs and a small table. I really missed running water in the room or close...

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Livorno, Italy
Reviewed 15 October 2011

We went in Finnhamn on october, as the summer season finished, for a weekend. In the hostel we were 6 costumers and the staff. We were placed in a cottage near the hostel, very very beatiful. The breakfast (50 sek/night) was complete and good, with yougurt, cornflakes, jam, coffe, tea, milk, many kind of bread, butter, prosciutto, cheese and many...

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Address: Finnhamns friluftsomrade | Ingmarso, Ingmarso 130 25, Sweden
Region: Sweden > Stockholm County > Ingmarso
Number of rooms: 80
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