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A Homecoming: Hotel Stelor in Sweden

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A Homecoming: Hotel Stelor in Sweden

Julie Carlson July 06, 2012

Karin and Bjorn Milton returned to their hometown two years ago to create Hotel Stelor, a style-infused outpost on the Baltic island of Gotland.

Located in the village of Vastergarn, 20 minutes from Visby, the hotel is sited on two acres of scenic woodland. Each of the six bedroom suites is inspired by a different theme; our favorite is No. 6 (shown below), located under the eaves and designed for an architect (N.B. all the vintage furniture, sourced from a local antiques dealer, is for sale).

Go to Hotel Stelor for more information.

Above: In Room No. 6, a drafting table doubles as a desk.

Above: More vintage pieces (all are for sale).

Above: A battered chair serves as a bedside table.

Above: Sunlight floods the pristine space.

Above: The Stelor team (L to R): John, Joanna, Karin, and Bjorn.

Above: The classic farmhouse dates to the 18th century.

Above: Tea, served in the garden.

Above: The property's barn has been turned into a restaurant.

Above: Scenes from the dining room.

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