BCWT consists of two opposed buildings, overlooking the medieval
town, the cathedral and the sea. In the apartment house eleven
high-standard studios/bedrooms are available, whereas the
opposed building across the street houses common rooms such as:
kitchen, library, drawing-room, TV-room, Finnish sauna etc.
BCWT office is open on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The
kitchen is very well equipped and intended for self-catering.
Moreover, it is the meeting place, where people can get to know
the other inhabitants informally. Besides, excursions on
are arranged. Supermarkets, shops and restaurants are close-by.
cooperation with the
it was founded the Almedalen Library in
. The Centre’s own library contains basically dictionaries and
other reference books in the languages of the
regions, but also poetry and high-quality novels. The library
forms a part of GEB, the Electronic Library of Gotland, and book
titles can be searched via the data-base LIBRIS:
www.libris.kb.se or via the homepage of the centre.
are computers with various word-processing programs, Internet
access, e-mail, CD-ROM etc. as well as printers for the use of
guests. An electric typewriter, photocopier and fax are also
available. In the office building stereo equipment, a piano and a
TV room with a VCR stand by.