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This hotel lies in the heart of Lindesberg, a 40-minute drive north of Örebro. It offers free Wi-Fi and sauna access. About 328 feet away is Lake Stora Lindessjön. Thanks, for the good service 👍 The location and Hotel was awesome, and i see you all next year 😉
This family owned manor is housed in an 18th-century mansion, 5 mi from Lindesberg town center. It offers individually decorated rooms with free WiFi access. Lindesberg Golf Club is 5 mi away. We stayed during corona times so there weren't too many guests but the owner and the staff members went the extra mile to make our stay pleasant. We got upgraded to a better room. The location is beautiful, I especially liked the garden. Beach is a few minute walk.
Located in central Nora, this hotel offers free parking, free WiFi and brightly decorated rooms with a TV. Göthlinska Gården Museum is 1 minutes’ walk away. This is a beautiful old hotel on the square in Nora. Walking distance to the gardens, river and train museum and surrounded by so many lovely painted Swedish wooden houses. Dinner was wonderful, the chef made a special vegetarian meal for me that was amazing. The wait staff was very friendly and nice. Breakfast was very good and they offer many varieties of non dairy milks/yogurts/creamer. They even had waffles. Rooms are nicely done and quiet, and the beds are comfortable.
Set in a building from 1912, this hotel is just 328 feet from Nora Train Station. It provides free WiFi and a daily breakfast buffet served in the bright and fresh dining room. Like staying with friends. Lovely hosts, that make you feel welcome in Nora. They ask about your day and guide you to all you can do in the area. Beautiful rooms! The hotel is placed near the charming centre of Nora. There is a great yard to enjoy every meal and the evening.
This is one good place to stay if you would like to become acquainted with Sweden's historic mining and manufacturing areas. It is a landscape of forests and lakes. Mines date from 700BCE and were based on iron, but gold, silver and copper were mined as well. Through the centuries these mines became a base for local and then national wealth. In the nearby Bergslagen district is a district-wide "eco-museum" where you can see the remains of mines, smelters and foundries, as well as a canal infrastructure that served them. Most of the mines are now closed, and some of the industries have been shut or converted.
Great, beautiful hotel with big rooms. The breakfast was huge and delicious with a great view from the terrace
Newly renovated nice and cosy hotel right in the middle of Lindesberg. Very nice facilities.