Henriksson’s Cottages are situated on the island of Kumlinge in the north-eastern archipelago. We offer 6 cottages that have 4-6 beds each.
The cottages are located separately from each other within 50-150 metres from the seashore. The cottages are facing south with sunshine on the terrace throughout the day. Some of the cottage have a seaview.
Cottage 1, 2, 5 & 6 have a toilet and shower indoors. Cottages 3 & 4 share an adjacent shower and a dry closet. All cottages, apart from numbers 3 & 4, were renovated in 2010. There is a free wireless internet access in all cottages. Cottages 1, 2 & 5 have a TV. Bed linen and towels can be booked for an additional cost. All cottages have an open fireplace, garden furniture and a barbeque grill.
Pets are allowed in cottages 1 & 3 if a thorough final cleaning is done after the stay.
Boats and outdoor engines can be rented on site. Sauna and a heated outdoor bath tub can be booked and paid for on site. There are swings and a sandbox for the kids. Nearby there are nature trails, a tennis court and a public beach with a diving tower.
By weekly reservations, check-in and check-out on Sundays.
Please inform your cottage host your arrival time to Kumlinge at least 4 days prior your arrival date: Sören Henriksson, phone: +358 400229500 or e-mail: [email protected]
We offer vast and fine fishing waters famous for pikes and perches, but here you can also hook one or two sea trouts! You can book a fishing guide on request.
SIGHTS IN KUMLINGE
St. Anne’s church is situated about 1 kilometre west of Kumlinge By village centre. The medieval church is worth a visit and it is famous for its spectacular murals.
Kumlinge aerial light beacon was built in 1937 to guide the regular flight traffic between Helsinki and Stockholm. In the mid-1700s geographical coordinate measurements were performed on the very same site.
The genuine old-style Kumlinge Pharmacy in Kumlinge By village is the only pharmacy in the archipelago. Here you can sense the history of the past centuries. The Pharmacy is open from Monday to Friday between 9:00 & 15:00 hours.
Apart from these we also recommend you to visit the memorial stone at Fälberg and Hermas Archipelago Homestead Museum. There are also several hiking and nature trails to choose from.