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, two family rooms and one single room in Björkenääs, a total of seven rooms for 16-18 people. This property is perfect if you’re organising a family dinner, hen party or mini conference. The large dining room can seat twelve people.