When spending a couple of days at the guesthouse, the surrounding mountains and forests offer great hiking opportunities, and information on the extensive trail network in the region can be obtained at the InfoKulla tourist information point next to the highway near Rubik. The InfoKulla in itself is a worthy destination, as it hosts a small museum about local flora, fauna and history, as well as an exhibition of ethnographic items from the region.
For visitors who would like to stay at the property, the guesthouse offers six rooms with wooden interiors and simple, private bathrooms. Some nice details like the handmade curtains and ethnographic elements give the rooms a personal touch. In addition to the central heating that keep the rooms toasty warm in winter, the family is also planning to install air conditioning units in the near future. To further improve his guests’ experience, he is planning to create a small stand to sell produce and food products for people to bring home, and to try and produce his own wine.