The small village Mörkhult can be found 29 km southeast of Halmstad (west coast). Mörkhult means ‘dark forest’ and so the house is surrounded by fields, meadows and lots of forests idyllic for every nature lover on a 1. 200 m² plot. Next to the house is an abandoned stud farm, the nearest neighbor is in sight about 200 meters away.
The house has the following rooms:
3 bedrooms (one double bed, two each 2 single beds)
Living and dining room
The house has electric heaters in all rooms. An old tiled stove provides a cozy warm climate on cold days. There is a satellite receiver with all major German television programs.
The kitchen is equipped with electric cooker, oven and a microwave. A dishwasher is also available as well as fridge and freezer.
There are the usual kitchen appliances such as hand blender, kettle, coffee maker and toaster available.
The kitchen is equipped with dishes for up to six people.
In the kitchen and in the bathroom hot and cold water is available. You can clean your laundry in the washing machine in the basement.
In the one kilometer away Mästocka there is a very nice lake with changing rooms, toilets, shower and a small sandy beach.
To the sea (12 km long sandy beach, shallow water) is about 22 km.
Fishing enthusiasts can fish in the Mästockasee (no fishing license required) and in the river Lagan. Pike, perch and eel can be found in Mästocka Lake, and a rainbow trout or salmon can be caught in the Lagan River (one of the salmon-rich rivers in Sweden).