Situated majestically on the southern Sweden peninsula, Örenäs Castle this year celebrates its 100-year anniversary and makes an ideal destination for large conference groups, families and couples alike.
It started with love back in 1867, when the mansion Mariehild, named after a beloved wife, was constructed on the grounds in Glumslöv.
50 years later, Carl Tranchell had Örenäs Castle finished on the very same premises.
“The location is definitely a unique feature,” Emelie Lööf, marketing coordinator at Örenäs Castle, says.
“With its 115 hotel rooms, the castle lets people come together, have a great time and enjoy the surrounding nature.”
Different package deals, such as wedding packages, are also available.
“Weddings are very popular, with beautiful ceremonies on the lawn and the castle as the backdrop,” says Lööf. At Örenäs Castle,
A decade of hospitality tasteful design and comfort blend to make for a luxurious yet homely atmosphere.
History can be encountered in the Carl T bar, named after the founder himself, A decade of hospitality as well as in the dining room, with its original floor imported from Italy.
A short, few-minute stroll through the castle woods leads visitors to the charming beaches of Ålabodarna.
Here, among small fishing huts, adventurous guests may board the ferry and discover the small island of Ven by bike, and engage in activities such as whiskey tasting.
With grand accommodation situated in idyllic nature, Örenäs Castle truly lives up to its slogan of being a historic meeting point for modern people.
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