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Open every day 9 – 17
2021 – June 27 until August 8

Enjoy our café in the beautiful garden of Sävö farm. The garden is sheltered from strong winds and we have tables in the sun as well as in the shade. On a rainy day, the old building is a perfect spot to enjoy traditional Swedish fika.

Feel free to borrow a book from our book shelf to help you relax. We also have children’s books in English, French, Swahili, and of course in Swedish. If you are in the mood for it, challenge your friends in a game of darts.

Regarding corona viruse

The outbreak of corona does affect the way we handle our renting (guesthouse and cottages), the farm café and the boattransports.
Corona – this is what we do to help preventing corona to spread

  • One company per table
  • Only one company at a time inside the café to make orders

We serve

Breakfast

Yogurt, egg, ham and cheese sandwich; coffee/tea/milk – SEK 70

Beverages

Coffee – SEK 25
Tea – SEK 25
Ice coffee – SEK 35
Lemonade elderberry – SEK 15
Mineral water –  SEK 20
Beer, alcohol free – SEK 30

Lunch/sandwiches

Sävö special – smoked meat from the farm on dark Danish rye bread or wheat bread roll – SEK 65
Egg and anchovy on dark Danish rye bread or wheat bread roll – SEK 60
Beat root hummus on dark Danish rye bread or wheat bread roll – SEK 55
Ham and cheese sandwich – SEK 35

Cookies and cinnamon rolls of different types

Cookies, different types and sizes – SEK 20 -30
Cinnamon rolls – SEK 25
Brownies etc  – SEK 30

 

Contact us

Phone: 073-2010124
savo@savogard.se

Sävö is an island. Get in touch with us if you need transport
Boat fee: adults SEK 100 round trip, no boat fee for children under 13.

 

Moor your boat

You can moor your boat  in Boholmsviken on the east side of Sävö – facing Källvik. There is a sign “Boholmsviken”  showing where to get in to the jetty. If there is a flatboat by the jetty at the moment feel free to moor beside it. Boholmsviken is marked on the map of Sävö:
The Sävö map

In the southeastern part of Svartviken, the small bay just to the north of Boholmsviken, there are steel rings in the rock where you can moor the boat and stay overnight.

You can also use the visitor jetty in Djupviken – on the northern part of the island. The jetty is marked on the map but  without name. It is the only jetty on the northern part of the island though. If it is not too crowded you can stay overnight.

On the island you can also moor the boat at the guestpier by the hostel to the south of the island. Note that the wooden deck is only allowed for the hostel.

 

See you at Sävö farm!

Monika, Karin och Janne

En tjej som bakar i ett kök

 

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