It’s Eat-What-You-Kill at 20,000-Acre Swedish Estate

From

When Patrik Brummer, chairman of Stockholm-based hedge fund Brummer & Partners, acquired Sweden’s storied Faeviken estate in 2003, it had been in a slump since its glory days as a grouse-shooting retreat for Edwardian aristocrats. The 20,000 acres at the edge of the Arctic Circle bounced back fast, however, and what used to be a royal playground can today be rented out in whole or in part for a three-day retreat of haute hunting and gathering, Bloomberg Pursuits will report in its Summer 2013 issue. Think stag weekend -- with actual stags.

To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.