More about STF Aspö Lotstorn Skärgårdshotel
Aspö is an island in the Karlskrona archipelago, to which a free ferry runs. Lotstornet was built in 1944 as an observation tower for seagoing pilots. The lower part then had the function of air-raid shelter, while the upper part gave an unobstructed view across the sea.
In the tower there are five rooms, one on each floor. The two bottom rooms have beds fixed to the wall (like bunks on a ship) and the rooms on floor three to five have a double bed and a sofa/sitting chair bed. All the rooms have a bathroom with a shower and windows in all four directions. In the reception building all meals are served. There is also the conference room and possibility for the tower's guests to watch tv.
To see and do
Take the ferry to Karlskrona and visit the Maritime museum or view the many sights that have rendered the town a World heritage marking. Or stay on Aspö and take a ride on an Icelandic horse or visit Drottningskär, a citadel from the 17th century. There you can have dinner in a hall with meter thick stonewalls and then take a walk back to the tower in the light summer night. Sit a while in the lookout room on the top floor of the tower and enjoy the fantastic view of the archipelago and an unbroken horizon in the south.
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Sven-Erik and Ellinor Löfgren with staff
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