Sjöboden is the farm Stenstaka's old storage house for fishing nets and equipment. It sits right by the docks on the cape, overlooking Dalbosjön's open horizon. When it was fitted with beds to house overnight guests the farm's larch trees, planted by bargeman Lurén in the beginning of the 20th century, were used for the interior walls.
On the ground floor there are two bunkbeds and a table with benches. Ladders lead up to two separate lofts with two mattresses each and room for an extra child. The house is open plan and suitable for a couple of families or a group that know each other. An efficient cast iron heater adds to the cosiness. There is a small roofed terrace and electricity. 8 beds total.