STAY IN NÄÄS

Staying in Nääs is a tonic for body and soul. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the idyllic countryside which surrounds you on your stay here.
Rent one of our fantastic properties for your next get together. Ideal for weddings, family reunions, conferences or hen parties, with lovely rooms that are individually decorated in fin-de-siècle style, to a high standard and at a reasonable price. Accommodation bookings at Nääs are for the whole house. The South Wing (Södra Flygeln) has 1 bedroom for 2 people, Vänhem 5 rooms for 10-12 and Björkenääs 7 rooms for 15 people.

THE SOUTH WING (SÖDRA FLYGELN)

SÖDRA FLYGELN The south wing The wings of Nääs Castle date back to the 1700s. Nääs was owned then by Jacob von Utfall, one of the owners of the Swedish East India Company. The castle itself at that time probably looked more like a manor house. The two wings are all that’s left from that period. Whil ...

VÄNHEM

VÄNHEM Vänhem was originally built in Gamlestaden in Gothenburg, as a summer residence for August Abrahamson and his wife Euphrosyne. In 1873 the house was moved in its entirety to Nääs, and became the focal point for social gatherings when the College of Arts & Crafts was in its heyday. Our big ...

BJÖRKENÄÄS

BJÖRKENÄÄS Björkenääs was built in 1878 as a residence for the principal of the Nääs School of Crafts, Otto Salomon. The house is said to have been built in the same style as the Tsar’s Crimean summer retreat, the Livadia Palace. There are four double rooms, 2 family rooms and 1 single room in Björk ...