Tjolöholm’s estate is an oasis that offers relaxation from the everyday pulse of city life. Staying in one of our cottages is not like coming to a regular hotel. You have your own cottage, in a historic environment with your own kitchen and bathroom and in most cases your own garden. We do not have a reception, instead you check in on your own. Please also note that we do not normally have any evening or night service.

Breakfast is offered in the restaurant Storstugan 8.30-10.00 on the days it is open and booked in connection with the overnight stay.

If you only book one night, we really recommend that you take some extra time and visit the castle and gardens before your check-in or after your check-out. You can book accommodation below. Contact us at +46(0)300 40 46 00 or if you have questions.

The price for accommodation varies with the season, day of the week and length of stay. The basic price always includes two people. In addition to two people, an extra adult costs 300 SEK / night and extra children 3-14 years 200 SEK / night.

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The worker’s village

The worker’s village was built in the Swedish “National Romantic” style, surrounded by farming landscape, beaches and coastline. These houses have recently been refurbished, and are now available for rent. Each house has been divided into two apartments, with private entrance and gardens. All include a bedroom with a four-poster bed and traditional Swedish tilled fireplace, a large dining area and fully equipped kitchen with an ornamental wood-burning stove. Sit back and watch the sunset over Kungsbacka fjord.


The Gatehouse

The recently refurbished gatehouse enjoys fantastic views over the coastline of Kungsbacka fjord. On the ground floor there is a modern kitchen, a sitting room with a dining area and open fireplace. Upstairs boasts a stylish double bedroom, decorated in Tjolöholm green with Arts and Crafts textiles by William Morris. There are two further sleeping places on the sofa bed downstairs and the modern bathroom includes a luxurious bath.

Grindstugan foto Thomas CarlénREAD MORE