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STF Grovelsjon Fjallstation

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#1 of 2 hotels in Grovelsjon
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Languages Spoken
English, Swedish
Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Indoor play area for children
Meeting rooms
Electric vehicle charging station
Street parking
Free internet
Public wifi
Kid-friendly buffet
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Ski rentals
Ski school
Board games / puzzles
Fax / photocopying
Facial treatments
Foot bath
Foot massage
Full body massage
Neck massage
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
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Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Bath / shower


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495 Groevelsjoevaegen, Grovelsjon 790 91 Sweden
Getting there
Roros Airport45 mi
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Stopped here for lunch. Lovely vegetarian Buffett and pancakes. Great view of the wilderness from the panorama windows. Excellent place to start a hiking tour with parking, toilet and souvenir shop. Friendly staff.
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Stayed her for lunch recently with the family. Very good, perhaps a bit pricey for a buffet. This day they had tomato soup (less expensive), chicken and a vegetarian option with bean based beef. Very good! Also home-baked bread that was delicious. Stayed here for a couple of nights some years ago and can recommend it. Very relaxing and scenic place. Nice shop also with local craftsmanship items as well as what you need for hiking in the mountains.
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We have been travelling round Sweden in our campervan and wanted to do some walking in the hills. The camping area is at the back of the staff quarters and is just a car park with a few electrical hook ups around it with a small room that contains a washing up sink and a separate toilet and sink. So when we arrived after a long drive to a fairly dismal, drizzly car park, by heart sank. However, where this does redeem itself is that you can have full use of the hostel facilities. If you are a member of Hostelling International, you get 50% discount, which meant we paid approximately £26 per night. We knew this in advance and all 4 of us joined before we left the UK as it was worth the membership cost against the discount we would get. The hostel has a great kitchen with dining area, or you can use the restaurant and dining room, although, being Sweden, it is not cheap, so we self catered. They also do coffee and various refreshments at certain times during the day. (Coffee only seemed to be available between 12pm - 4pm) There are also lots of rooms and seating areas that you can just go and relax in. You can use the showers too and there is a drying room and washing machine - very handy! There was a table tennis table in another room, which was free to use - I would assume you could hire/borrow bats, but we had our own, so didn't ask. Once we were exhausted from the Family Table Tennis Tournament, we spent most evenings in the lounge with comfy seats playing cards and chatting as it was warm and cosy. You could bring your own drinks and snacks in, so it was preferable than sitting outside in the car park in the van. Even though it was August, the nights were pretty chilly - went down to 1 degree C!! I should also say that this is another campsite about a mile down the road, next to the lake. We walked down to the lake one morning thinking that there was a cafe there - my husband was sure it said that on their website - turns out there isn't. There is a small hut that sells soft drinks but no cafe. Again, the campsite was little more than a car park, but without the hostel facilities to improve it. So glad we didn't stay there!! The staff at the hostel were all friendly and helpful. The kitchen in the Annex for self-catering, got fairly busy around 7pm, so go earlier or later!! We did all our cooking in there in the end - and the children were happy as you could get the (free) wifi, which you couldn't from the car park!! There are lots of walks that start from the centre and you can also hire trousers, shoes etc if you need to.
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The surroundings are magic, and perfect both for cross country skiing and hiking. The hostel is a bit run down and very expensive for a room with just bunk beds and a small bathroom. No TV, no coffe/tea etc. But the organic breakfast (included) was much appreciated. No hot options though (except boiled eggs). The beds are ok, pillows very small, but there were several in the room. A plus for all the recycling options. A minus for the dinner situation. When we first arrived, hungry and ready for a nice dinner we couldn´t have any because it was fully booked (and needed to be booked before 12.00 anyway). A big disappointment which left us hungry. The following day we booked dinner. But there was no choice but to have a 3 course dinner, and no choices except vegetarian or non vegetarian - the dinner menu was set (even though they accommodated allergies). The dinner itself was nice, but since I didn´t have any starter or desert it was a very expensive dinner, and would have preferred to be able to choose from a few dishes rather than have desert. . The Wi-Fi was available on and off. Didn´t try the spa.
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Great location to stay when hiking in the area. 100 SEK/night to use the facilities if you are a STF-member, 200 if not. The house is cosy and provedes several public rooms. I have visited several places like this in Sweden and I have to say that they have to step up the food at here. A three course dinner around 400 SEK needs to be better.
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