Off the beaten track and reached by a tree lined lane with rolling countryside around, you are greeted with a enthusiastic and friendly smile at Drakamollans Gardshotel.
Drakamöllan was made a nature reserve 1962 to ensure that the unique cultural monument is preserved and is today a popular hiking area with several well marked trails.
Comprising of a restored manor house, old barn and stables it offers 12 guest rooms all tastefully renovated by local craftsman. Each room has its own character with modern comforts combining with old style furnishings and split between 3 seperate buildings. Reknowned for its restaurant, the meals are prepared from locally grown produce providing an unforgettable culinary experience.
The Manor house offers a luxury suite with private sitting room and spectacular bathroom. It also houses a dining room for smaller groups. The Farmhand Quarters are located in the east wing of the main building with 3 guest rooms. The Stables have been converted into 3 double bedrooms and where the main dining room and coffee veranda is situated. Finally, the Baking Cottage is converted into 6 guest rooms facing the lovely landscape. Two of these are suitable for families with the possibility for extra beds.
Drakamollan offers overnight packages, please refer to the section on room upgrades for information.
- 22 guest rooms
- Intimate and friendly atmosphere
- Excellent restaurant using local produce
- Great location for hiking
It is possible to upgrade from a Double room to a Suite with sitting area for just an extra £15 per night, subject to availability.
The Drakamollan Shortbreak includes: Coffee or tea in the afternoon where guests will be greeted by the chef who will present the menu for the day. At night a three course dinner is served based on local and seasonal produce. To start, home-made bread still hot from the oven and local specialties make this seem like a four course meal. Coffee or tea to finish. Overnight stay in a double room and farm house breakfast the following morning.
The Romantic Shortbreak includes: Coffee or tea in the afternoon where guests will be greeted by the chef who will present the menu for the day. Before dinner there is time to enjoy a drink in the garden and then a four course dinner is served including a 'prestarter', bread still hot from the oven with home made butter and local ham. Coffee or tea to finish. Overnight stay in a double room and farm house breakfast the following morning.
The Long Weekend can be designed as you prefer. Coffee or tea with cake is included both afternoons. Together with the chef the guest can decide the plan for the weekend. You have a choice of a three course dinner both evenings or a two course one evening and a four course the second. A comfortable double room for 2 nights and a farm house breakfast in the morning.