The guest cottage is beautifully situated on the hillside of Romeleåsen in southern Skåne. The ridge is a rock outcrop that rises from the surrounding plain. The highest point is 186 meters above sea level.
When the glaciers melted after the ice age, the large sand plains were formed in the Vombsänkan. In other places, where the ice remained for a long time, a lot of lakes and wetlands were formed. Around the lakes, below the ridge, deciduous forests alternate with open fields in a rolling, undulating landscape. Romeleåsen holds Skåne's largest continuous beech forest with plenty of different hiking trails.
The many estates, castles and manor houses put their distinctive mark on the landscape, with linden alleys and huge millennium trees, beautiful stone walls and well-groomed parks.
The varied landscape at Romeleåsen and its surrounding lakes are of great natural-, culture- and environmental values, especially for recreation use and outdoor life.
To make your stay with us to a fantastic experience there are suggestions for activities by foot or bicycle
For guests to the Exemption, the hosts have compiled 7 circular walks and 7 circular biking-tours, for you to enjoy and explore, that depart directly from the house. The routes are documented with detailed descriptions, representative illustrations and terrain maps. The activity suggestions are GPS-adapted for free download.
My name is Karin Hoffmann. I am a pathfinder and document circular walks and publish the books in my own company. The walks are described with detailed directions, a terrain map with the route plotted, photos, height profile and GPS coordinates. All coordinates for way points and tracks are available for free download at www.rundvandringar.se. Currently, there are 350 circular walks in Skåne gathered in eleven titles, which corresponds to 3,500 km. The hiking guides are self-instructing. The walks take place on unmarked tracks. In this way everyone gets to take responsibility for the hiking adventure and choose your travel companion yourself. To walk is like traveling, but at a slow pace!