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!
Björkenääs was erected in 1878 as a residence for the manager of Nääs – Otto Salomon. According to records, it was built in the same style as the Russian Tsar’s summer palace in the Crimea. The house has been successively renovated and is today used for smaller dinner parties, meetings and Bed & Breakfast.
Björkenääs has 4 double rooms and 2 family rooms with 4 beds. There is also an ample dining hall with a well-equipped kitchen, which can accommodate 18 people for dinner or conferences. The house is decorated with furniture from the turn of the 19th century.
Breakfast, sheets and towels are included.