Experience the perfect combination of the Swedish archipelago and the Japanese garden principles. Serenity Garden stretches down to the water´s edge. Swedish cherry trees, Japanese maples, magnolia trees and bambu are amongst the archipelago landscape. The contrast between movement and calmness, hiking and resting, nature and garden creates an atmosphere for you to discover more of who you are.
In the garden you will also find the so-called Rundillen. It consists of wooden floors from an unknown wood and its surrounding ledges of dry stone masonry construction. Rundillen moves concentration inward and vertically: the heavens and the earth. Here is a place for quiet meditation or why not invite the group for a drink before dinner with breath-taking views of Höggarnsfjärden Bay. Serenity Garden will be around for a long time. In tune with nature´s own pace and the rhythm of the garden will, however, evolve over time. The only constant is variability. Gunilla Bandolin, together with the landskape architect group NOD, received the prestigious honour of turning the archipelago into a peaceful place with Japanese overtones.