The hotel has its history and have served many purposes over the years. If wall could speak.
Late midsummer night when the guests sit on the glass veranda and have a chat.
A picture taken along a stroll in the evening down at the harbor.
Sunset over the archipelago and the port of Påskallavik. The coast line is just outside the garden.
The front side of the building that is the hosts the hotel rooms. Just across the street is the old Inn where our guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Outside view from the garden towards the glass veranda in summer when the flower beds are lusch and green.
The Glass veranda. A place for a coffee or some tea while you can admire the sea view.
The rooms are decorated in and furniched in a style that is typical for the late 19th century.
The rose garden is situated nearby the two small cottage apartments located in the annex.
The pool garden is open for all guests 24/7 and is heated to a comfortable 26 degree C. Guests staying at the old Inn are equally invited to use the facility.
The main building with hotel rooms and conference center is overlooking th sea and the pool garden.
After a long day in the back seat of a car visiting Öland or Astrid Lindgrens world in Vimmerby, the pool is a relief and a joy.
The view from the glass veranda and two of our hotel rooms.
The river Emån enters the Baltic sea just a few kilometers sout of Påskallavik. the magnificant emnsion Ems Mansion is located just at its outlet.
The old Inn with its history has been a travelers relief for both food and lodging since 1764, Today it is restaurant with three dining rooms and a covered outdoor dining area.
Family reunions and candlelight dinners as well as business gatherings are frequent at the old in. Its historic settings and the typical classic Scandinavian artisan cuisine adds value to the exoeeriance. Here filé of Vension with blueberry sauce and figs. Local produce and organic food is the main ingredients in the kitchen.
The dining room at the Inn has keept its style since the 18th century. The grand table is set for a family celebration.
In summer season the outside dining area on the backsind of the Inn is the most popular spot. A canvas shades the blistering sun that is passing the veranda on its way from east to west.
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