Brokamåla Estate: An exclusive escape to the woods
By Alejandra Cerda Ojensa | Photos: Brokamåla
Lars Sallström, one of the owners of Brokamåla Estate, is passionate about meeting new people and creating experiences – but it was a coincidence that he and his wife Maria Sallström ended up owning the old farmyard. Today, the pair have been running it for 30 years. Now, they want to share their pride and joy with an even wider audience.
Brokamåla is located outside the small city of Olofström in Blekinge in southern Sweden. It was built traditionally, as it would have been 200 years ago. Today, the estate is a place where people come to enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking and exclusive dining. Surrounded by over 200 lakes, 40 of them within 15 kilometres, Brokamåla could arguably be described as the Swedish Lake District.
Part of Brokamåla’s unique appeal is the friendships the owners have acquired over the years. “We got to know a man who lived in Paris, specialising in fine wines, Champagnes and cheeses. He’s now hosting tastings at Brokamåla. We love to create connections like that,” says Lars.
The entire estate can be privately booked for conferences, during which the couple focuses on their guests 110 per cent, serving memorable dinners of local wild duck, fallow deer and other delicacies, paired with exclusive wines, and hosted in a thoughtfully modernised space surrounded by magical nature. Brokamåla is for anyone seeking a luxurious yet relaxing secret escape to the woods.
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