The farm is a classic ”Skånelänga”(building style common in the southern part of Sweden) from the end of the 17th century and has been an old ”rusthållargård”(in war-times in Sweden, in the late 17th century, some farms hold a knight and horses to call in if needed to defend the country).
The farm has been an active farm until the end of the 1960s. Our sea view rooms were then machine rooms, our apartment The stable was a workshop, the family room and room 9 laundry, room 8 was a hen house.
When you enter our reception, you can imagine that once upon a time there were cows here and in our laundry room and dog-friendly breakfast room there were horses. In our apartment Stian, of course, stood the pigs.
Our house was built in 1900 and was built by Martin Nilsson born in 1870 and he wanted to build new and modern at the takeover and marriage to Elna Persson. He designed and built the house himself.
Sköllen was actually the first in the area with modern machines such as combine harvesters.
At the end of the 20th century, the farm was abandoned and decayed, renovated in 2001 to where it is today. The house next door and Sköllen have long been called Sköllagårdarna.