A spacious lounge with a place for writing, a living-room, a bedroom and access to a small lake.
Rent a Suite and Enjoy Sweden!
Welcome to Hotellet (the Hotel) at Dalkarlsberg. A unique hotel experience in a historic environment. Enjoy your own top floor flat in a delightful house with a large beautiful garden. You will also have access to an adjacent small lake with several piers, a boat and a canoe.
Within a close distance there are also possibilities to fish, to play golf and to experience art and other forms of culture. In nearby Nora you will find an ancient wooden town and a widely famous fair.
Discover the cozy cultural town of Nora during the day (15 minutes away) and stay in rural idyll in the evening. We also recommend nice Lindesberg 25 minutes away.
Throughout history, the building has served as an inn as well as a railway hotel. The suite was restored in the spring of 2019 and contains a huge furnitured lounge with a place for writing, a living-room with a TV, a double bed bedroom and a bathroom with shower. All of it restored in an elegant, tasteful and classical manner.
A refrigerator with ice compartment is available as well as a micro-wave oven, water boiler and kitchenware.
It’s all about having a good time!
A Lot to Experience
The nearby surroundings offer all from Sweden’s best bicycle routes to golf courses and the delightful wooden town of Nora with famous ice cream, swimming, antique shops and enjoyable fairs.
Anyone who appreciates experiences of nature and culture as well as sports, fishing and food will discover that Dalkarlsberg is the key to it all in the beautiful region of Bergslagen.
Book at Airbnb: http://www.airbnb.ie/rooms/34387089
The hotel is open all year round.
Checking in from 2 p.m.
Checking out before noon.
Phone to host Johan Brandon-Cox +46 076 855 91 68 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
More information at hotelletdalkarlsberg.se or Instagram @hotelletdalkarlsberg
SEE AND DO
Surroundings and activities:
The surrounding area offers everything from Sweden's best bike trails to the charming Nora garden with glass, baths, antique shopping and fun markets.
For those who like everything from nature and cultural experiences to sports, fishing and food, Dalkarlsberg is a hub and gem in the beautiful Bergslagen.
Tips on activities in the surroundings can be found below on our website or on Instagram @hotelletdalkarlsberg
Nature and cultural walk in Dalkarlsberg
In the room you will find a map of the area where you can get tips on cultural-historical buildings to flowers and animals in the surrounding area. A lovely walk that takes an estimated 30 minutes.
Bergslagen has Sweden's leading and largest bicycle area. Read more on these websites:
If there are experiences in the nature you are after you have come right. Bergslagen is an experience. To make it easier for you to get out into the countryside, we have now developed an outdoor guide and map. With these, you can plan your excursions. A bicycle and hiking guide that gives you about 20 suggestions for round loops in Bergslagen.
Bergslagens Outdoor-kart. The map gives you information about hiking trails, mountain biking, bike trails and all nature reserves. The map costs 159 SEK. Buy the map at any of the Bergslagens tourist agencies.
Käppstabadet, Ramsjön and Malmlången are all bathing areas within about 8 km - 1 mile distance. Read more on Badkartan:
In the area there are many nice natural waters, rivers and lakes where you can get perch, pike, pike-perch, whitefish, rainbow trout and trout. Read more on the pages:
The wooden town of Nora
Nora is the small cozy wooden town on the water which in summer shows its best side with lush gardens, antique sheds and flea markets, locally produced ice cream and lovely waffle cafes. For those who like to swim, a boat goes daily to an island with a sandy beach, a stone's throw from Nora's harbor. Nora is also a bubbling cultural city with art galleries and several markets.
Nora Antique Market in Nora 18 May
Noradagarna 3-6 July
Nora Antikrundan 24 August
Nora market 31 Aug-1 September
Norajul market 7-8 December
Read more on Visit Nora's website: