|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The villa is located in the heart of Saltsjöbaden close to the sea and numerous sandy beaches within a short walking distance. It also has a very good location for exploring the archipelago when Dalarö brygga ferry berth is within walking distance. The villa is ideal for the larger family who also want to be close to Stockholm's entertainment and cultural scene.
The villa is characterized by its large open spaces and , in some places, very high ceilings. Downstairs, the living room, kitchen and dining area in an open plan. The living room is tastefully decorated with many armchairs and placed where the house has full height and panoramic windows. The kitchen has a large new kitchen island and a kitchen with all amenities. The dining area has seating for 8 people with delicious green wall. There is also a laundry room with washer and dryer. Bathroom with shower. The study can be used for additional bedroom with space for 2 extra beds if needed.
Upstairs is light and has a large TV room with a sofa in the lounge style and flat screen TV. Bedroom 1 has a double bed of 160 cm and a private French balcony. Bedroom 2 has 2x single beds, each 90 cm. Bedroom 3 has 1 single bed 105 cm. Very modern bathroom with bath, shower and double sinks.
The garden is cosy with many fruit trees and bushes. A furnished terrace with dining area. On the grounds there is also a custom pirate ship where kids make up exciting adventures. Ancient Saltsjöbadens lidos and the Grand Hotel, one should not miss when you are here.
Saltsjöbaden in Stockholm's archipelago, only 25 minutes by car from the city center. Journey with Saltsjöbanan from Slussen is an experience. The train passes through beautiful residential areas and beautiful countryside to reach after 30 minutes Saltsjöbaden and sea.
Saltsjöbaden has a storied history that began in 1889 when the famous financier and politician Knut A Wallenberg, head of Stockholms Enskilda Bank, bought a 890-hectare land area of ??hovjägmästaren Herman af Petersens on Erstavik. Knut A Wallenberg was a visionary who wanted to Saltsjöbaden would be the perfect recreational target for the modern man to return to during all seasons.
Saltsjöbaden, with its seaside location, its beautiful architect-designed villas and many cultural environments, a unique gem in the city's vicinity. This has over the years attracted many artists to settle here. Isaac Grünewald, Oscar Bergman and Sven X: et Erixon are some famous names. It presents a number of interesting places and environments.
1891 construction began Saltsjöbanan which was completed after a year and a half. Saltsjöbanan on July 1st 1893rd The railway was electrified 1912th The final stop was at Tegelviken but soon moved to Stadsgården in Stockholm. Between 1893 and 1936 it went ferries from Charles's Square to Stadsgården. 1936 moved out of the station to Slussen. Saltsjöbaden became a popular outing place,
after only two and a half years, over a million people a ticket on Saltsjöbanan. 1969 purchased Saltsjöbanan of Stockholm County Council and is now run by Stockholm Transport.
From the lookout point at the observatory has a magnificent view of the entire Saltsjöbaden. 1931 Observatory inaugurated by King Gustav V. The buildings were designed by architect Axel Anderberg, on behalf of Sciences. Observatory instrumentation was at the height of contemporary technology.
The observatory owned and operated by the Academy, the Royal Academy of Sciences in Frescati from its opening in 1931 until it was transferred to the University of Stockholm in 1973, but the department did not move until 2001 and then to Roslagstull Hill and Ruddammsområdet bordering on Albano industrial area. Department formerly 'Stockholm Observatory and low in Saltsjöbaden is now called 'The Department of Astronomy at the University of Stockholm.'
1893 became Grand Hotel clear and inaugurated on June 22 of that year by King Oscar II. The hotel was built in record time, only a year had passed since the architectural competition for the Grand Hotel resolved. Race winner was an architect Ernst Josephson. The hotel was a gathering place for businessmen, industrialists and diplomats from around the world, including the royal family were returning guests. 1938 was signed here Saltsjöbaden agreement between LO and SAF, which created the term Saltsjöbad spirit 'which stands for negotiation will and understanding.
Through the international OPEC meeting in 1977 became Grand Hotel widely known. The hotel has been renovated in recent years and today has 140 rooms, 19 conference rooms and a spa area.
Already in the 1890s there were public baths in Saltsjöbaden, one for women and one for men. These baths were in the 20's too outdated and architect Torben Grut was commissioned to design a new one. The building was completed in 1925 and today is Stockholm's only remaining bathhouse. Between baths, there is a nice sandy beach and serving. During the winter season you can swim hole in the ice or steam a few days a week. 2006 underwent an extensive baths but careful renovation and the goal has been to restore them to their original condition.
|Rental Period||Minimum Rate||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Rate|
1 Jun - 31 Aug
|Refundable Damage Deposit||SEK2,500|
Bed linen and towels for 140 SEK per set.
Final cleaning is mandatory for SEK 1 200.
Extra beds are available for SEK 1 000/bed/week.
20% booking fee and the remainder 80% 60 days in advance of arrival
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