The best of both worlds
The manor offers a setting and feeling one might
place in a time long since past. This, in combination with first-class hotel rooms, personal service and a fantastic kitchen make Bjertorp the perfect meeting place.
The much-recognised kitchen is highly exclusive. The seasons shape the menu, based as it is on local products and game from the area’s producers.
An architectonic jewel, the manor was drawn in the most modern Swedish functional style, by the hottest architect of the time, namely ferdinand Boberg. The Littorin family owned the manor for a decade. The main floor of the manor houses the bedrooms of the Lord and Lady of the house, tastefully renovated to serve as appreciated wedding suites.
We have a story to tell
In fact, one story for each room! Like the one when Bjertorp's original owner escaped the Bolsheviks, dressed as a coachman, or when the city of Malmö cheated Josef Stalin over a valuable art collection, or about Bjertorp's architect also designing Rosenbad, Nordiska Kompaniet and Waldemarsudde in Stockholm, or ... No, we have to take one room at a time, just as you as our guest should experience Bjertorp Manor House.
Number of rooms 35 Number of beds 63
4 conference rooms
Number of indoor seats 140
Gourmet restaurant but also a brasserimenu
Eco certified by swedish "Svanen"
Single room 1650-1800 Sek
Double room courtyard 2420-2575 Sek
Double room parkview 2520-2680 Sek
Superior 1850-2100 Sek
Suite 3020-3575 Sek
Package prices from 1715 Sek
Göteborg 100 km
Stockholm 400 km
Jönköping 80 km
Lidköping 40 km
Oslo 350 km
Between Vara and Skara
The first feelings come directly after going in through the beautiful Oak gates of the Bjertorp Castle. The giant building in its serenity embraces you and shows there is an exciting history to be told. A Russian bear meets you in the entranceway and the Jugend style gives the castle its own special character.
Bjertorp Slott has four conference room from the small group of five people to the large group of 100 people.