A Modern-Day Creperie in a Medieval Scandinavian City by

Issue 50 · Saint Lucia · December 10, 2012

A Modern-Day Creperie in a Medieval Scandinavian City

Issue 50 · Saint Lucia · December 10, 2012

Located in the medieval inner city of Visby, on the island of Gotland, the Strykjarnet Creperie & Logi features an interior inspired "by the sea and barren landscape of Gotland."

Strykjarnet offers ensuite accommodations for travelers on the second floor; go to Strykjarnet Creperie & Logi for booking info. Discovered via Mitt Vita Hus.

Above: The Strykjarnet Creperie & Logi is located in a Visby neighborhood that dates back to the 12th century.

Above: The dining room features a black and white palette.

Above: Christmas lights add twinkle all year round.

Above: Chairs are draped in gray sheepskins for warmth.

Above: Upstairs, the guest quarters are painted a uniform shade of white.

Above: A concrete lamp by Tove Adman.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 12, 2010.



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