Tuesday, July 11, 2017


Restaurang Sjöboden Torö Restaurang Sjöboden Torö Ankarudden Herrhamra Mill
Had lunch at Sjöboden over the weekend. Located at the Ankarudden marina at Torö in the Nynäshamn archipelago. Weather permitting you can sit out on the pier enjoying your coffee, but it was raining during our visit so we sat under the roof. The seaside restaurant is operated by the same family, Stampe/Hernwall that owns the old Herrhamra Gård. In this photos you can see the restaurant,the bay, the guest marina, and the old tullkvarn, a three storey smock mill, up on the Ankarudden hill. The mill was built back in 1857. It was in operation until 1925. It is the only mill left in Nynäshamn. Inside you can still see the old machinery, sadly there are no sails left, they were removed back in 1930. The mill itself was renovated back in 1980. The millers cottage is also still there and it is a private residence today.


PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a lovely spot whether outside or under cover, both sound most pleasant! Love the look of the old mill, very unusual style!

William Kendall said...

The waterfront restaurant would not be out of place here.