Explore nature on a bike In 2019 a new bike path...Proceed to Biking Package
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Explore Sundbyholm’s nature reserve during the day and relax with a three-course dinner with white tablecloths and lit candles when evening comes along.
This hiking package offers both shorter walking loops and longer hiking trails. A short distance away you will find Mälarens longest natural beach, Europe’s northernmost beech forest and rich wildlife. If you wish for a longer route we recommend the Gyllenhielmska hiking trail. Which also bears the name of Sundbyholms castles first owner, Carl Carlsson Gyllenhielm.
Since you most likely will deviate from the trail and walk into the forest, decent shoes are a must. During your journey a break is in order, you will be able to enjoy a pre-packed lunch which includes a sandwich and some kind of coffee bread that you will receive before your walk. The nature reserve has a rich wildlife, and you will most likely be able to see tracks, if you want to see the animals however you will have to be quiet! The forest is filled with deer, wild boar, moose and foxes. Keep your eyes towards the treetops and you might be able to see different kinds of birds. In your bag you will also be able to find binoculars, which will come especially in handy when you reach the nature reserves bird tower.
A 15 minute walk from the hotel you will find the thousand-year-old Sigurd carving (Sigurdsristningen), which is the largest rock carving in Sörmland and has also been the inspiration for Tolkiens “Lord of the Rings”.
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Experience Sundbyholms magnificent nature with Europes northernmost beech forest, one of Mälarens longest beaches, Sörmlands largest (and most beautiful!) rock carving and a award-winning marina.
Experience the environment seen on TV and "Bonde söker fru"
|Sundbyholms Castle with its beautiful surroundings is recognizable from many years of filming "Bonde Söker Fru", where romance flows during both speed-dating and excursions. The castle has no moat but is instead located next to one of Mälaren's longest sandy beaches.
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Move the cursor over the numbers on the map to see information about the different buildings.
Please note that there is no accommodation in the Castle, but instead a restaurant, banquet halls and a breakfast room.
The Castle from 1648 contains a restaurant, banquet halls and a breakfast room in the cellar.2.
The Manor House from the 18th century has six suites, lounges and a board room3.
The hotel houses the reception, 12 standard double rooms and 48 smaller double rooms, three conference rooms and six breakout rooms.4.
The harbour café offers ice cream, snacks and light meals.5.
The Coachman's Quarters from the 17th century offer two suites and one small double room.6.
The Keeper's House has two conference rooms and several break-out rooms.7.
The Pavilion offers eight double rooms and one conference room.8.
The red two-storey building is called the Wagonsmith and has 12 standard double rooms.9.
These ten Chalets contain 16 Junior Suites as well as four suites with saunas and jacuzzis.10.
Four hot spa pools that can be rented at the reception.