Garpenbergs Slott, Sweden
The largest castle structure north of the Dalälven River here in Bergslagen and one of the few places in Sweden you can still experience dinner, accommodation and parties in a setting that reverberates with a genuine sense of Swedish history.
The castle was completed in 1801, designed by Carl Christoffer Gjörwell, built by Salomon von Stockenström and the Swedish East India Company (Svenska Ostindiska Kompaniet). At Garpenbergs Slott you will experience an atmosphere that retains a feel of ostentatious social life in 18th Century France.
The castle boasts numerous beautiful rooms and salons. With space to welcome 200 diners and 80 overnight guests, the castle is the ideal venue for large or small gatherings. The ballroom for conferences and beautiful wedding receptions, the old vault for private dinners and a number of small dining rooms.Hunting courses, hunting and other adventure activities are also hosted here.
With outstanding Franco-Swedish cuisine based on local, seasonal ingredients, history goes hand in hand with sustainable and delicious dishes.