This inn is very typical Swedish and the history for the Swedish inns in general, goes back to the 16th century, when the king Eric XIV founded a law that demanded the Swedish communities to offer places where travelers could find over-night accommodation, food and beverages and also change horses. Margretetorp Gästgifvaregården is just a such inn!
The atmosphere is very friendly with friendly staff and where you can spend some days to do excursions in this beautiful part of Sweden. The rooms are charming but not perfect. A warm summer day can result in a high temperature in the room, which is the reason that I only give "a four" in my rate for this inn.
The breakfast is fantastic with a broad variation. And please, don’t miss to have a gourmet dinner in the restaurant for a reasonable price! If you only have one night to stop over, it is a significant risk that you want to extend the stay at the hotel one night more to try another dish!
So if you want to see an old, traditional Swedish inn, Margretetorp Gästgifvaregården is a must! The inn also offers free Internet at the reception area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You will find us on the south base of the Hallandsas ridge, with a spectacular view over the Skåne plains. Our traditional Scanian inn, with its modern setting, always welcomes you to a comfortable stay. We are also a 4-star hotel with 60 rooms and 118 beds. ... more less
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