Even if we only stayed one night in this lovely hotel, we got a real sense of its old-world ambiance. This is a hotel I have wanted to stay in for many years. I have heard very good things about this establishment, situated in beautiful Söderköping. It turned out that it still have some of it's old-world charm, especially in the grand dining rooms and salons. Thank goodness there is also modern day accommodation in the bedrooms. When we were there, we had a absolutely lovely breakfast together with a whole company of middel-aged men who where dressed to their teeth in Savile Row attire to go fishing. An evidence that people still visit Söferköpings Brunn with expectations that they will experience a certain ambiance. Our room had everything we could want from a wheelchair accessible facility. I use a small, manual wheelchair, so I do not know if they have rooms that will be spacious enough for an electric wheelchair.
But the very pleasant and accommodating staff will certainly inform you.
As the name means, Söderköpings Brunn (spa), the hotel has a large spa. We didn't have time to try any of this.
Söderköping is one of Swedens oldest town. There is plenty to see, very nice walks, -and good fishing, from what we could tell.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking