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.
While the castle was owned by August Abrahamson, the South Wing was often occupied over the summer by his niece Sophie Elkan and her friend, the writer Selma Lagerlöf.
The South Wing has one guest room, which is generally let to bridal couples celebrating at Nääs. Your stay here will be romantic and secluded, in a unique historic setting. You have your own WC/shower and library as well as access to a cosy kitchen.