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to Stelor

Welcome to our little piece of Gotland

Stelor is our Gotlandic farm stay, 25 minutes south of Visby. The farm features 7 relaxing and cozy rooms in the original stone farm house from the 1820s, a renovated barn (perfect for weddings and parties) and kitchen garden where we harvest vegetables everyday. 


It's the place where we gather all the things we love about Gotland; wild flowers for the tables, fresh produce from our neighbors and work by local artists for the hotel room walls. There's so much to discover on Gotland, which is why we never have to go too far to find things we need and love.


The Stelor family is more than just our own. It's Elin & Ellie, who runs the farm with us. It's Janne who helped us establish our kitchen garden. And all the awesome local producers who help us create something delicious, cozy and special, so you can sleep, eat, marry and meet at Stelor.


We look forward to welcoming you soon.


At Stelor, we are passionate about working with what surrounds us and strive to create the most sustainable and authentic experience of Gotland possible. In each room, we've invited a Gotland artist we admire to showcase their art. The cups you sip your coffee from are crafted by a local ceramic artist, the linens are, of course, organic, and our skincare products come from Care of Gerd, a Swedish brand that manufactures organic products without the unnecessary stuff.


Sustainability is close to our hearts at Stelor. We may be a bit idealistic, but we believe that for the sake of nature and future generations, we must rethink how and what we eat. That's why at Stelor, you won't find an à la carte menu in our restaurant. Instead, we usually have a chalkboard menu that follows the seasons and is made from what our five collaborating farmers have harvested and raised. We think it tastes better that way, not only in flavor but also because we persistently believe it's possible to create a delightful experience without leaving a large footprint for future generations to contend with.

This also means that, for instance, we don't serve orange juice for breakfast. Instead, we find it more luxurious to offer a delicious apple must pressed from the apples of autumn. Our jams and preserves are made from surplus fruit from our local grocer and, of course, whatever we manage to pick during the summer and fall.


We're happy and proud to be one of the restaurants evaluated for gastronomy and sustainability in the 360 EAT GUIDE (Feel free to learn more about it here: We're also part of the Gotland initiative, Sustainable Plejs, where, alongside other colleagues in the industry, we strive to develop ourselves and each other, including through the manifesto posted outside our door (Learn more about us here:


Over summer, from June 15 to August 31, everyone is welcome to join us nightly for our summer harvest dinners. Starting at 18:30, the dinner features at least three courses, using produce picked fresh that day from our garden and from our neighbours. We have delicious options for vegetarians and Stelor is the perfect place for children to eat, play and run around while you enjoy an extra glass of wine. 


Food at Stelor

Our summer restaurant is now closed and will re-open summer of 2024.
Autumn throughout spring we offer cooking courses, wedding catering and private events. For hotel guests staying, there's always delicious home cooked meals available too. For any enquires, please get in touch with My find out more. 


+46735-18 18 89

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From the original 1820s farm house features, to art work by current and local artists, each room at Stelor is unique. All come with the comforts of organic linen from Mille Notti and organic toiletries from C/O Gerd to ensure a cozy and relaxing stay. 


From June 22 to August 31 you can book rooms here on our website. If you'd like to book more than one room, or book outside our summer season, please email us at Let us know if you have particular rooms in mind, and we'll try to meet your request.


Book the entire farm house

From September 1 to June 22 the farm house is available to rent as a whole. With 7 rooms and accommodating up to 15 guests, it's the perfect Gotlandic escape with friends, family or colleagues. Spend your days relaxing or exploring the farm. Or borrow our bikes and go a little further before coming together for a delicious meal at the end of the day. Read more about renting the entire farm house.

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Hosting a wedding at Stelor is more than just being in a beautiful and unique location. It's a delicious wedding dinner and planning and consultation time to help you create your dream day. Read on to see what we offer in terms of event space, renting the farm house and dinner menus.


Weddings at Stelor means hiring the entire farm house. This gives you access to all 7 rooms (sleeps 14, extra beds available) the kitchen, lounge and farm house garden. So there's plenty of space for pre-wedding prep, drinks and mingling for your closest few. 


It also gives you the opportunity to dance and celebrate until dawn without disturbing anyone else, except maybe the sheep. During summer, the hotel hire price includes breakfast. Off season, a private chef can be arranged.


Far from your traditional conference venue, Stelor is like coming home. Our goal is to provide an unique experience that helps you unwind, bond and concentrate on the important things. 


Ideal for small teams or groups, the farm house has 7 rooms and can sleep up to 14 people. Read on to discover about the activities and overnight packages that we offer. 


More than just meetings


From exploring the area by bike, to a golf tournament, tennis or paddle boarding, we can help arrange outdoor activities to make the most of the spectacular surroundings. If you're after something more cosy, take advantage of the wealth of culinary knowledge of owner and chef Linus Ström. He can create a cooking experience for your team that celebrates the local produce and ends with a delicious meal you cook together.

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