Hotel | The south wing was built in the 1740:s, by Jacob von Utfall, director of the East India Company. In 1872 when August Abrahamson started the handicraft school, the south wing was used as a classroom. Sophie Elkan, writer, and niece of A Abrahamson, lived here during her summer visits to Nääs. Her close friend, Selma Lagerlöf, Nobel pricewinner in literature, often visited Nääs round the turn of the century 1800:s-1900:s.
The south wing has two rooms, one doubleroom with bath named Selma. The building also has a big kitchen with all facilities if you prefer to make your own meals. There is also one big conference room for up til 18 persons.