Småland hospitality is something special. Here, we like to invite you to our castles, islands, and quaint personal hotels. Everything to make your stay one to remember.
In the middle of a lake lies an island, no bigger than a few square meters, and to get there a 20-minute canoe ride is required. On the island, you will find Lusthuset (the bower), a wooden house where you can stay the night. With the canoe, you can explore the area around the island. Wake up in the middle of nature in a magnificent setting on Ramoa's island - Småland's diamond.
Next to lake Trummen just south of Växjö city center, you find Teleborgs Castle. The castle was finished year 1900 and was built by Count Fredrik Bonde as a morning gift for his young wife Anna Koskull. Today you can stay in the main building - the castle, as well as the castle's gate houses. Website in Swedish, but you can find contact details there.
Garpen is an island in Kalmarsund situated about two kilometers from Bergkvara. Don't miss to visit this special place and stay the night in one of the characteristic lighthouse keeper huts. The unique and cultural environment will give you an extraordinary experience, beyond the ordinary.
Amalias Hus Gränna
Discover moving stories about the widow Amalia Eriksson and the houses that today make up Amalias Hus, with history dating back to the 1800th century. Charming rooms that have been decorated timely where one room looks nothing like the other will make your stay exciting and special. What was once a customs station 300 years ago, is today a boutique and conference hotel where picturesque surroundings meets luxury.
Dating back to the late 19th century and with inspiration from Scottish and English castles and mansions, Slottsvillan is unique. The house was designed for Husqvarna AB's former director by Jönköping's former city architect. The house is listed as a cultural heritage and offers a well-kept, exclusive and harmonious environment. Website in Swedish, but you can find contact details there.
The castle was built in 1590, and 400 years later it became Sweden's first castle hotel. Here you can enjoy culinary dishes and the well-preserved castle environments. With interiors untouched since the 1920s, you get to experience the old times - combined with today's conveniences.
Stay in an exciting environment in the old prison from 1871 in Västervik, with meter-thick walls. You sleep in renovated, former prison cells in the hotel that is situated within walking distance to the city center and ocean. On the ground floor there is an exhibition about prison history and the Swedish correctional treatment. Website in Swedish, but you can find contact details there.