Swedish country breakfast
When you are staying at Skyttåsa Bed & Breakfast, you can, of course, order breakfast! We serve a Swedish country breakfast consisting of coffee and tea, juice, milk, eggs, cheese, ham, marmalade, cereal and cultured milk (fil) for the very reasonable price of 60 Swedish crowns per person.
For other meals there is self-catering – unless, of course, you would like to order catering or eat at a restaurant. (See below.)
If you are staying in The Annex there is a large kitchen with a dining area for at least six people. The kitchen is equipped with modern kitchen appliances, microwave, fridge/freezer, stove and a dishwasher.
There is an equally well-equipped kitchen in Långa Längan, which is also has solid oak fittings and offers access to the private patio at the rear of the building .
Shop and prepare organic, locally produced and/or biodynamic food!
Take the opportunity to shop and cook locally grown, organic and/or biodynamic food while staying at Skyttåsa! There are several local suppliers of both meat and vegetables, raw ingredients as well as semi-prepared and ready-made products. On some of the farms you can also arrange for a guided tour.
Uppmälby : Biodynamic farming of vegetables, flour, lamb, etc.
Gnesta Lanthandel: (Gnesta grocery store) Organic, small-scale and locally produced.
Hammersta Gård (Hammersta Farm): Organic beefand lamb
Peterslund Ekoodling (Peter Lund Organic farming): Certified (KRAV), organically-grown vegetables.
Bars and restaurants
If you are prepared to travel a little way there are many good eateries around Skyttåsa.
If you do not want to venture too far from nature, the nearest “neighborhood restaurant” is Skottvångs Grufva, which not only has food but offers world-class musical entertainment too!
At Rocklösa gård (Rocklösa Farm) in Stjärnhov you can book a food tour! A food tour is a unique experience that suits everyone who likes food and nature, and for those who want to do something nice together with their family, friends or colleagues. Moreover, it is one way to taste the whole of Sörmland. By this we mean that the food tour includes a variety of food tastings from local, small-scale food producers. The food tour is about 4.5 km long and lasts about 5 hours. The food is served on real china and the portions are substantial. A knowledgeable guide will tell the story of the food, its natural environment and the surroundings. From summer 2013 onwards, there will also be guided tours in German! The food tours can also be tailored to suit specific requirements