Barren and beautiful. Wild and welcoming. Located on a desolate Swedish island, the old home for generations of lighthouse keepers offers a different kind of luxury for experience seeking travellers.
Linked to local history and nature
By combining old technical drawings of the lighthouse and kelp patterns, Stylt created bespoke wallpapers; a relevant and stylish link to local history and nature.
”It’s a sign of the times that a place that is so inaccessible, weather-exposed and barren beats traditional luxury.” Erik Nissen Johansen, Stylt founder
unique back-to-nature experiences
The nine bedrooms accommodate up to 18 guests, and if you want to sleep under the stars, a luxury king-size bed can be arranged on the cliffs next to the sea. That's low-key luxury with a dash of roughness at its best.