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.
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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.
Visions have always been given room to flourish at Nääs Fabriker. The magnificent cotton mill on Sävelången lake was built in the 19th century, but today its old brick walls conceal one of the country's most
Here everything is a little bigger, more authentic and more generous. The old factory setting is seamlessly combined with a soft and welcoming homeliness. Nothing has been spared in creating experiences that go way beyond the ordinary