Photos and Description of this 6 bedroom holiday chateau / country house in Nyköping - Husby Manor House
6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in Swedish manor house.
Husbygård is a country estate located in the beautiful region Södermanland. You can rent the top floor in the manor house per week, for a week-end or per night. This is the perfect place to gather 8-12 family members and friends to have enjoy the unique surroundings and beautiful nature.
Layout: There are 5 double rooms and 1 single room. A few extra beds are available. Two bathrooms (one of them are ensuite). Kitchen with a table fit for 10-12 people. Living room with a fireplace. The appartment has it's own entrance facing the park and by the entrance there is also a patio, perfect for breakfasts overlooking the surroundings.
There is a boat that comes with the lodging. Fishing in the stream is for free but you need to buy a permit to fish in the lake. There are a few organized trails nearby which are really nice.
Sheets and towel are available for an additional fee. Cleening is perfomed by the guest in the end of the stay but can be arranged for an additional fee.
The closest town is Nyköping (23km) and there you can buy everything you might need. Also located in the Nyköping area is the international airport Stockholm-Skavsta airport which is one of the big Ryanair destinations. If you need airport pick-up that might be possible to arrange. There are several car-renting options available at the airport.
Stockholm is about 75 min away by car but since parking i the city center can be quite tricky it's better to go to Nyköping by car (20 min) or by bus (30 min) and go by train from there to the Stockholm City center (60 min).
Do not hesitate to contact us with questions.
Welcome to Husbygård manor house!
- Events Allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets considered
About Anna-Karin Lundin
The country estate was bought in the beginning of the 20th century by my grandmothers grandparents. I am born and brought up on the farm.
Anna-Karin Lundin purchased this chateau / country house in 1911