THE PALACE BUILDING
The castle from 1657 is the heart of Häringe. Here, there are five dining rooms and six lounges, all adorned with photographic art and antiques. The castle is furnished to allow guests to sink into sofas and armchairs and spend hours with their friends. The entire castle is open to everyone, every day of the week, and the hotel rooms are located in wings around the castle and courtyard.
The castle has had a series of more or less eccentric owners, all of whom have left their mark over the years. Tremendous amounts of money have been invested here in more or less crazy ideas. For example, Sweden's first outdoor pool used to be here, complete with a slide from the bathroom on the second floor.
An underground passage leads from the castle to the ladies' wing for the convenience of those wanting to reach the castle without ruining their hairstyles. On the second floor, there are antique wall panels smuggled from Queen Mary's castle in Scotland, a creepy dungeon, gold-plated bathroom ceilings, a 1930s bowling alley, and most recently, a state-of-the-art restaurant kitchen with its own bakery.
Below is a list with more detailed information and pictures of all the castle's lounges and dining rooms.