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Very beautyful place by the lake, lovely garden and a small restaurant. We had the cinnemanbun, but it was very dry and not worth the money.
The castle has exibithions, some worth watching, and a large park.
It is a nice place with lots of cute animals :) We were there almost all day in a Saturday. We where there when the Rhododendron was in full flowers so it was even more beautiful. You can go there and walk around all the...More
Julia B, Ägare at Bosjokloster Slott & Tradgardar, responded to this reviewResponded July 24, 2017
I didn't manage to see the whole of it because we arrived late. However i was amazed to see the graves from more than 500 years back. The Church was nice and old. We lit two candles for our son. Saw some lovely goats. And...More
This was one of the 1st castles we visited in Sweden. Its not huge, but its very beautiful and its gardens and grounds were gorgeous. There is a small field next to it with baby goats that was fun to see as well.
This place is fantastic! It's a very beautiful environment. There is a nice garden with many different flowers. Have a look at the antiqueshop, the lady behind the counter is very nice. We made a little trip on the water by rowing boat. This is...More
Whatever your interests are, you will certainly gain a lot from a visit to Bosjokloster. The place used to be a monastery before the reformation, and turned out to be a manor after that. You will still see some of the old constructions here. Part...More
The gardens were nice with all the roses, that's 15 min of visit.
It is just a small piece of the building open and the historical information is scattered and without a timeline.
Not worth the money, try another castle.
The grounds are very pleasant along the banks of a large lake; the second lake is the other side of a trunk road. There are a few rooms of the house open, half of which currently house an exhibition of excellent glass and very good...More
My favourite part of this place is that i could tap some goat , pony and some alcapa. They are so beautiful and friendly. The lake view is amazingly great and so does the cafe. During the summer, roses are everywhere and the garden is...More
The history of Bosjökloster is fascinating but beside the small leaflet we purchased there was not much to offer in guided tours. There are guided tours for 15+ persons booked in advance. However unless you travel by busload you'll never be able to take part...More