Väderöarna's Guesthouse and Restaurant
Väderöarna's Restaurant & Guesthouse
The Weather Islands (Väderöarna) – Sweden’s most westerly islands
The Weather Islands are Sweden’s most Westerly islands and among the most exotic islands in Sweden. Väderöarnas guesthouse and restaurant is set on the main island – a wonderful retreat where guests can indulge in fresh seafood and enjoy the beautiful landscape from, including walks across the smooth cliffs, swimming in the ocean or relaxing in a wood-fired sauna or hot-tub.
The restaurant is Taste of West Sweden accredited – one of a network of gastronomic eateries that make the most of West Sweden’s first-class produce. It serves up delicacies from the sea, with a menu changing according to season and availability. The tasty mussel soup, laced with cognac, has already become a classic. Other favourites include an abundance of fresh shellfish and delicious sauces. In summer there is also a café offering sandwiches, cold drinks etc by the sea.
Stay for the night
The guesthouse has 11 rooms and 30 beds, all boasting amazing sea views. Väderöarna guest house also has a sauna and hot tub, right by the crystal clear water. It is open all year and is a perfect place to celebrate Easter, Midsummer Christmas and New Year’s Eve the Swedish way. The Weather Islands have large seal colonies nearby, and beautiful rugged cliffs offering natural shelter for sea kayaks gliding through the water (needs to be pre booked).
11 bedrooms (range of double and family rooms). The rooms are beautifully decorated and cosy, offering guests the chance to get away from it all with no radio or TV. Shared toilets and showers. Sauna and wood heated hot tub available.
Several different type of packages available, contact Väderöarnas guesthouse for further information. Also, many different options and activities for conference groups.
All meals and activities should be pre-booked.
The main departures for boats to The Weather Islands are from the quaint fishing village of Fjällbacka (the setting of the crime fiction books written by the top-selling Swedish writer Camilla Läckberg). The crossing takes approximately 30 minutes. In summer there are daily set departures if visitors just want to have lunch on the island. There is also a guest harbour open all year round for those that wish to arrive on their own boat.
All year round
Book a package incl all meals, access to sauna and hot tubs and one night in doublebed room, prices starting at SEK 1595/person.
From Gothenburg take the E6 north, Road 163 to Fjällbacka (approximately 2 hours north of Gothenburg). The boat to The Weather Islands (Väderöarna) leaves from Fjällbacka harbour. Väderöarnas work with Fjällbacka Båttrafik and the passenger boats are called "m/s Bredbogen, "m/s Ramnö" and "m/s Storö". In winter a hover craft is used to cross the frozen waters. Pre-book accommodation, the restaurant and boat transfer.