Swedish Bakery & Farm Helping in Sweden

Swedish Bakery & Farm Helping in Sweden

Swedish Bakery & Farm Helping in Sweden

We are a young couple with a small farm and an authentic 18th century Swedish Bakery. We love travelling and hosting fellow travellers but since we have acquired this business we are trying to settle down but we will still like to have that feeling around. So if anyone feels like visiting beautiful Scandinavia and helping in exchange for AN EXPERIENCE, accommodation & meals – contact us.

Stay Overview

Swedish Bakery & Farm Helping in Sweden – Quick Checks
Hours & Roster: Approx. 30 hours/week, 2 days free
What’s included? Accommodation & full board
Selection process: Message us about your relevant experience, why you’d like to help with us & the dates you would be available. Prove to us that you’ve read through our profile & your profile must be complete (description and photo)

Tasks & Roles

We require help in our old Swedish Bakery all year around. And/or help around the farm and stables. You’ll experience an internship in an authentic Swedish bakery and Sundays during THE APPLE SEASON, pick some fruits depending on time of year of your arrival.

Swedish Bakery that bakes traditional Swedish treats like Princess Cake and sweet rolls


We offer accommodation which is fully furnished. All food and meals are included too.

What Else…

If you are interested or have a friend interested please message us. We always advise that you have adequate travel insurance protection when travelling abroad.

Lidköping is a locality and the seat of Lidköping Municipality in Västra Götaland County, Sweden. It had 25,644 inhabitants in 2010. It is neatly situated on the southern shore of Lake Vänern and sometimes refers to itself as “Lidköping by Vänern”, to distinguish itself from Linköping near Sweden’s east coast. Attempts have been made to change the official name to “Lidköping vid Vänern” but these attempts have not been successful.

Lidköping got its charter on July 21, 1446, and thus qualifies as one of the now defunct Cities of Sweden. The city arms are almost as old. The design has varied throughout the centuries, but has always depicted a seated bishop. It is disputed if it depicts an actual bishop, but was in the 20th century decided to be a depiction of the bishop Saint Nicholas.

Around 1650, the city was decided to be incorporated into the countship of Jakob De la Gardie. However, in 1655 the crown decided to regain administration of the city. To make up the loss, De la Gardie was then given the right to found a new city on the western side of the river, starting 1670. In 1672 the foundations were laid, and the new city grew rather quickly. In 1683, both sides of the city Lidköping were declared unified by the Crown, who also reclaimed possession of them both.

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