The Fabriken Furillen is situated on the Swedish island Gotland in the Baltic Sea. Commercial photographer Johan Hellström created the eco-friendly hotel in a former gravel quarry in 2001, combining Scandinavian interior design with the industrial surrounding. The restaurant serves dishes based on seasonal foods, local vegetables, herbs and a rustic simplicity. Some of the products come from the hotels-own farm. Guests can visit the fishing hamlet Lergrav, take a ferry to the island of Fårö, enjoy a day on the nearby beach or discover the Furillen peninsula on one of the “Skeppshult” bicycles, which are provided by the hotel free of charge. Other possible activities and services are truffle hunting, cooking classes, horseback riding, yoga, massages, clay pigeon shooting, kayaking, golf and sports car driving on special race tracks.
The Fabriken Furillen features 18 rooms and two hermit cabins in some distance to the other buildings. All rooms are equipped with Hastens beds, B&O televisions and stereos, free wireless Internet and Byredo bathroom amenities. Depending on the category, guests can enjoy additional sea view or terrace access from the accommodation.
Rates start at EUR 210 per room per night.