Although I enjoyed the location and ruggedness of it all, I couldn't help feel slightly cut off as my journey was quick and I needed somewhere close. but for the cost I may have found a small hotel in town which offered more amenities so that I could eat and socialise without being so far out of town, after all I'm still a tourist. Also I am sure there was single accommodation as oppose to the double style (2 x single beds) It was evident by my booking and on arrival that I was solo, so you need to offer single room if you see this type of customer. The bed although not high standard did provide me with some sleep, Again if this was for holiday perfect, but as there was no office open or place to eat in or nearby at night, I will need to plan for next time. If this is the case
For the purpose of my quick journey to see my Elder Brother who has been unwell for sometime, the location was correct for my visit. The walks through the woods along the running tracks meant that in a short time I could have a relaxed walk to the Hospice. Had this been for other circumstances for my own leisure, then this would have been a fun spot for me and my partner who did not visit. There are a number of pleasurable site seeing features of the North mountains, museums, gardens, coffee shops view tower. I had been in Sundsvall a few times in my life and had been here before. So it was nice to revisit old places from old times. Breakfast was just want I needed, I love the Swedish style breakfast with Fil Mjolk and flakes, the bread and meats were fine, topped of with either Coffee or Tea. So on a whole thanks for my Stay wish for me it was in different circumstances.