We stayed here, in a hut (or cabin if you prefer), in September 2008 for a budget holiday in Stockholm without a car.
It worked out well after a disastrous start - their smaller huts really were more like garden sheds - a single tiny window, very cramped and depressing. Luckily, they had a larger cabin available and the owners gave us a discount on the price difference when I got angry about the disparity between website pictures and reality.
The larger cabins (as pictured on their website) are much nicer - they have a sleeping plaftform (for up to three) up a ladder, and bunk bed downstairs (ie max 5 places). There is a small square table and stools for four. And a fridge and single-ring cooker. Not luxurious, but viable. Lighting was dingy (we went to Ikea and bought an extra spotlight which we fixed up on the ceiling - made an enormous difference). There was no TV (despite website picture: only a few cabins have these). Washing was in camping-site washblock - showers charged extra by token but pretty clean and decent. There was also a communal cooking room with an oven.
Location is great - ten minutes' walk from Angbyplan metro, which has frequent trains into the centre taking about 25 minutes. We paid about GBP70 for a week's metro-and-bus ticket for all four of us. Food was reasonably affordable - central market was attractive but prices suspiciously consistent: a smaller market at Brommaplan seemed to have much better prices (but only discovered on the last day!)
Lots of good things to do in Stockholm - a great holiday with two teenagers (as long as they aren't too fussy about the opulence of their accommodation).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Ängby Camping. Ängby Camping is open year-round and is "family friendly". ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Angby Camping Bromma, Stockholm County