Fabriken Furillen
Lärbro, Gotland Island
Fabriken Furillen

GENEL BİLGİLER

Far from the busy urban hum of Stockholm, in a northeastern corner of the island Gotland, lies the remote peninsula of Furillen, still largely unknown to tourists. Craggy limestone formations stand starkly beside deserted beaches, and sea birds nest among the ruins of an old gravel quarry. Accessed by a high-speed ferry or plane, and a 45-kilometer drive, the striking gray structure of the Fabriken Furillen is a eco-friendly design masterpiece created by photographer Johan Hellström. Inside, you experience a warmly welcoming interior that utilizes modern Scandinavian design and incorporates myriad shades of gray and white. Visitors can discover the fishing hamlet of Lergrav, take a ferry to the island of Fårö or traverse the hidden reaches of the peninsula on a "Skeppshult" bicycle, provided free of charge. Afterwards, enjoy a meal in the restaurant, prepared with local and seasonal ingredients fresh from the hotel's own farm.