Small House Living Stockholm – Happiness begins at home. Traveling in Sweden has reconfirmed my belief that you don’t have to spend a lot to have a magical holiday. The Swedish summer holiday is about taking time out and going back to basics to enjoy the simple things in life – whether that’s simply hanging out at home or heading to a small, basic summer cottage by the sea or deep in the heart of the countryside, to enjoy reading, baking, bathing, board games, crafting or simply hanging out with friends and family and drinking in as much sunlight as possible before the autumn leaves start to fall.

Away is good but home is best. – Swedish proverb

When in Stockholm, I can highly recommend finding a small cottage or cabin in Södra Tantolundens koloniträdgårdsområde. It doesn’t have to be grand – in fact, the smaller and more basic the better. It only needs to be somewhere you can switch off and chill out.

Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Stockholm, Sweden.


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