Out in the outpost of the archipelago, on one of Sweden’s most windblown, barren and exposed places, Pater Noster – the king of lighthouses, was eventually built. This state-of-the-art masterpiece gave hope and guided seafarers safely for over a century. Next to it, the lighthouse keepers and their families built their home, a small-scale community on an island which had always been perceived as uninhabitable. For more than one hundred years they lived out here, on the terms dictated by the island and the sea.
Now, the doors to the lighthouse master’s home have once again opened and now reimagined for the public. A place for seafarers from near and far, for nature lovers and pleasure seekers, for those who are seeking tranquility or good company. Here, where the light is brighter and the wind is wilder, the ocean saltier and the seafood fresher.