Hemma på Klev
On the banks of the winding river Ätran, in Ätradalsgången, lies Hemma på Klev.
This local heritage site offers food and accommodation in harmony with nature. The site’s philosophy is to offer locally produced, and preferably organic, Swedish fare. Lunch and dinner may be pre-booked and the food is cooked from scratch. The farm café opens in summer and the long, warm evenings are perfect for chilling by the garden kitchen.
Hemma på Klev
- Eat, sleep and socialise in an 18th century environment
Åsa and Janne Slobodnik will open up their business Hemma på Klev at Klev's ancient inn, in Summer 2020. The couple fell in love with the place and left their previous life in Västerås to run this bed and breakfast with focus on locally sourced ingredients. One of these is lamb as the couple's herd of forest sheep has accompanied them on the move.
The 18th century wing boasts four individually decorated rooms with substantial wooden floors and solid timber walls. Breakfast and bicycle hire are included.
The cafe opens in the summer. Enjoy ice cream and home baked treats in the charming rooms or in the garden, where dogs are welcome on a lead. When in season cuts of lamb as well as well as honey from Klev's garden bees are available to buy.
Klev is a great place for conferences. In spring or autumn, book a conference or party in the dining room, which can seat 30 people, or the rustic banqueting hall, which can accommodate 20. Enjoy the warmth of the fire on chilly days.
An inn with heritage
The Ätradalsleden trail has always been a natural route between coast and country and forms the perfect spot for Klevs Gästgiveri. Walk and admire the view from Klevaberg in the beautiful nature reserve. Explore the preserved village store and the Mårdaklev heritage museum adjacent to the inn.
- Klevs Gästgiveri, Klevsgatan, 512 62 Mårdaklev