Contact details for booking
All this is included
- doneOne night in a double room
- done1 x breakfast
- doneFree Wifi
Special service for cyclists
- doneAccess to tools for simple repairs
- doneLaundry and drying facilities for clothes
- doneSecure bicycle storage
Smaland is rich in forests, lakes and charming cycle paths. At Grimsnäs Manor you not only live in beautiful nature, but also to a high degree in harmony with it. The farm is KRAV certified and organic. The food is also locally produced. You who come cycling are on classic ground, because it is so that the people in Vilhelm Moberg's Expatriate books came from the district of Sounds. Later, when filming the novels, scenes were taken at nearby Klasatorpet.
Whether you feel like cycling or hiking, you can explore the expatriate trail that follows in Vilhelm Moberg's literary footsteps. The Kronoberg Trail is also nearby. If you feel like a shorter hike to disperse your thoughts, there is a small forest trail right next to the mansion. After a day of cycling, you can rent a hot tub and swim with the sky as a roof and the owl's howling as a company. If you feel like a swim in larger water, there is also a bathing place in Skruv. A short bike ride away you can have a cup of coffee both in the Old Station House bakery and in the cafe in Skruv. If you want to go to a museum, you can visit the Amerarum and the Vagnmuseum in Sounds as well as the tractor museum at Skruvs glassworks.
It is no exaggeration to say that cooking is good for nature. The organic share of purchases is almost 90 percent. The quality is also top notch, the chef has extensive experience from many reputable restaurants in Sweden. The rooms are of very good B&B standard. All rooms have a sink and mirror in the room. A few steps away are showers and toilets. Thick, good terry robes can be used during your stay. One double room has its own toilet and shower.