Bed and breakfast in Säffle - central, cozy and personal!

Rooms

Our beautiful house has recently been completely renovated and is in tip top condition. Three bedrooms are on the 1st floor, along with our beautiful black slate bathroom and the TV lounge, where tea and coffee can be made at your leisure. A further two rooms are on the 2nd floor, next to our newly-built bathroom.

As in all Swedish homes, we take off our shoes in the hall, so bring slippers/indoor shoes if you don’t feel comfortable walking around in your socks!

Wireless internet is available on request.

N.B. Check-in time is 12-18.00 but if you expect to arrive later just ring or email in advance (see tab Contact Us).

Check-out by 12.00 on departure day.

We have chosen to keep our home smoke and pet-free.

 

On the 1st floor:

Bröt-Anund has 2 x 90cm beds, bedside table with lamp & alarm clock, desk & chair,  side table, wardrobe and full-length mirror.

Olov Trätälja has a 120cm queen-size bed (bottom picture) bedside table with lamp & alarm clock, desk & chair, wardrobe, side table and a full-length mirror.                     

Harald Hårfager has a 90cm bed, bedside table with lamp & alarm clock, desk & chair, side table, wardrobe and full-length mirror.

The TV lounge has a TV & DVD player, sofa, table and chairs and a sideboard with kettle and all you need to make a hot or cold drink, along with lots of board games to suit all ages.

 

On the 2nd floor:

Ingjald Illråde is a spacious room with exposed beams. It has a 160 cm king-sized bed (top picture), reading lights, bedside table & alarm clock, armchair and footstool, desk with lamp & 2 chairs, built-in wardrobe with mirrored doors, side table, towel rack and wall mirror.

The spacious Palm Room has 2 single beds with memory foam matresses (known as ‘tempur’), a bedside table & lamp, desk with lamp & 2 chairs, side table, towel rack and wall mirror. There is a comfortable sofa that converts into a 140cm bed with a 12cm deep mattress, and is suitable for 1 adult or 2 children (see Prices).

These 2 rooms share a small but newly-built bathroom (WC & shower) on the same floor. Together they make a good choice for families (see Prices).

However, our most interesting room The Cell …………although you can’t sleep in it, there is one in the basement!

 

Fun fact

B&B Viking, situated on the street Olov Trätäljagatan, has rooms named after Viking kings. According to Snorre Sturlasson’s Ynglingasagan from the 8th century, Bröt-Anund cleared forests and built roads in the eastern part of Sweden. His grandson, Olov Trätäljare, cleared forests here, in and around the county of Värmland. The Norwegian king Harald Hårfager is said to be directly descended from Olov Trätälja. Little is known about Ingjald Illråde, Olov’s father.