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Nääs Slott, Vänhem, Floda

Adresse: Nääs Allé, 448 92 Floda (Karte anzeigen)
Standort: Lerum

Youth hostel | A unique mixture of nature and culture where the city meets the countryside. Nääs is Sweden’s best preserved late 19th century estate and has always been a place where people meet and take home memories for life.
You’re welcome too!

The beautiful house Vänhem was originally built as the summer house of the couple August Abrahamson and his wife Euphrosyne. When they bought Nääs in 1868 it was situated in Gamlestaden outside Gothenburg, but in 1873 it was moved to Nääs. During the historical period when Nääs had its own school for slojd and craft, Vänhem was the central place for social life. Today Vänhem is used as a hostel.

Vänhem is beautifully situated overlooking the surroundings of Nääs castle and the waters of Sävelången. Here you can have nice walks, go swimming and fishing or visit the historical Nääs castle.

Vänhem has four twin bedrooms and one familyroom with four beds.
There are two bathrooms in the house.
There is a living room with TV (no cable) and a kitchen with all facilities if you prefer to make your own meals.
Breakfast, sheets and towels are included in the doublerooms.

Kontaktinformationen

  • Telefonnummer
    46 30231839
  • Telefonnummer Reservierung
    46 30231839
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A unique mixture of nature and culture where the city meets the countryside. Nääs is Sweden’s best preserved late 19th century estate and has always been a place where people meet and take home memories for life. You’re welcome too!

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No booking fees