Luxury without compromise

“Staying with us at Blommenhof should feel luxurious and relaxing,” says Marie Alexandersson. This is where you should come to be pampered and enjoy your summer.

­Easy to get outdoors

During the corona pandemic Blommenhof Hotel bought more outside furniture so that more people could sit out in the beautiful garden.

“We have a large garden just next to the forest. Guests can take their breakfast outside and sit where they like,” explains Marie.

There’s also a playground and boules courts in the garden. It’s easy to spend time outside at Blommenhof.

Good food for all

At Blommenhof, food is the focus. It’s part of the simple-luxury concept. Good, well-prepared food with lots of locally sourced ingredients.

“We have both an à la carte summer buffet and three-course summer menu,” explains Marie.

The summer buffet is intended to be good value and help families with children to choose well-prepared food at Blommenhof over unhealthy fast food. Alternatively, you could try Italian-inspired dishes combined with Nordic finesse, such as pasta salad, marinated chicken fillets and fish that’s smoked on site in the restaurant.

“We want everyone to feel like eating here is an option,” says Marie Alexandersson.

For pleasant summer evenings, luxurious frozen drinks are also offered with mango and pineapple, for example, or other delicious fruits and berries.

“It’s comfortable and simple, just as we want it to be here. In the summer things should be simple,” reckons Marie.

Photo: Blommenhof Hotell

­Nearby outdoor activities

There are three golf courses located close to Blommenhof and, as mentioned, the forest is right on the doorstep and offers wonderful walks. You can borrow bikes free of charge and head out on a long tour. If you like you can buy a hiking or cycling package, which also includes a packed lunch for the day.

“It’s comfortable and simple, just as we want it to be here. In the summer things should be simple,” reckons Marie.

­There are many places for days out nearby. It’s not far to the sea and there are beautiful lakes to visit. Marie Alexandersson suggests some of her personal favourites:

“I really like Femöre, Linudden and Stendörren,” she says, and also mentions the possibility of having an ice cream and taking a stroll by the sea in Nyköping.

It’s 800 metres from Blommenhof to the train station in Nyköping. It takes about 10 minutes to cycle to the square and you can roll all the way down to the harbour to get your hands on that amazing ice cream. You’ll have to work a little harder on the way home, but when you get back to Blommenhof again you can throw yourself into a sofa in the garden and enjoy a well-earned cup of coffee.

“There’s always coffee on offer; it’s on us,” says Marie Alexandersson.

Photo: Blommehof Hotell

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