On a peninsula, a short drive from Gothenburg, lies Öijared. There are three challenging 18-hole courses here, all are different from each other and together they offer tremendous possibilities for variation. It has a restaurant and a practice area.
The Old Course, par 72, has undoubtedly the best layout and finish. It is Öijareds, and one of Sweden's most beautiful courses. It reopened in 2009 after renovation. It has a neat layout, stunning green areas and fast nice greens. The club's ambition and belief is that the Old Course will be one of Western Sweden's best when it comes to design, layout and finish. In 2013, the Old Course got a new profile in the transition to the metric tees. There are golf carts for rent. Only Soft spikes may be used. Dogs are not allowed.
The north wing was built in the 1740:s, by Jacob von Utfall, director of the East India Company. It has been used for different purposes, for example as accommodation for the caretaker. Today it is used for Bed & Breakfast and it is appreciated for its nice rooms and the beatuful view overlooking the waters of Sävelången and Nääs Castle.
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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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