They pride themselves on having Sweden's comfiest beds with down mattresses and duvets
Getting close to nature thanks to the lakeside location, arboretum and hiking trails
Five-course Saturday dinners are a foodie favorite
What To Know
Children under 8 are not allowed in the Manor House building (including the restaurant)
The complex is made up of five renovated buildings, and each room is decorated differently
The reception and restaurant are in the Manor House—other rooms are more secluded, and there's no room service
Check in ends at 7 pm — contact the hotel for late check-in
Parking on site
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Romantic coverted manor house on the banks of Sweden's Lake Mälaren, with a locavore restaurant and outdoor activities galore
Staying in this 38-room boutique hotel is like being a guest at an estate for a weekend—borrow a bicycle and ride around the lake, lounge by the bar in the 1679 Manor House, gossip about the other guests while sinking into a grand antique bed. But instead of eating whatever your hostess serves, there's a decadent spread of fanciful pastries, tasting menu dinners of seasonal, local fare and elegant takes on hearty country breakfasts. Fresh off a renovation, there's a whimsical Downtown Abbey-meets-Alice in Wonderland design with gilded headboards and Louis IX chairs aside furry lampshades.
In the Area
The local train station is a 7-minute cab ride away, and, from there it's an 18 minute ride to Stockholm. But it's tempting to ignore the lovely capital altogether and stay on the property, biking, hiking the lake, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, running or, come winter, cross-country skiing. If you can manage to drag yourself away from "home," a short drive from the property you'll find the Viksjo Golf Club for putting, and the Stockholm Quality Outlet Barkarby, for shopping.