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  • Photographer: Tina Stafren

Hotels for Foodies – places where you both eat and sleep well

Comfortable accommodation and amazing food, prepared from locally sourced ingredients – can you think of anything better? Below are 8 award-winning* and popular hotels in West Sweden where you are guaranteed an enjoyable meal

1. Villa Sjötorp

At cosy Hotel Villa Sjötorp in Lyckorna, Bohuslän, you sleep right next to the ocean. In 2016, this hotel won the ‘Historic Hotel Gourmet Award 2017’. Of almost 500 selected hotels all over Europe, Villa Sjötorp was named as the one with the highest culinary level.

Photographer: Jeska Hearne, Lobster & Swan

2. Hvita Hjorten

Stay in the Victoria House at Naturum Vänerskärgården, right next to beautiful Läckö Castle. On the ground floor, with amazing views of the castle and Lake Vänern, Sweden’s biggest lake, is Restaurant Hvita Hjorten, which serves delicious meals for any occasion, made with vegetables grown in the adjacent castle garden and locally sourced ingredients. 

Photographer: Jonas Ingman

3. Salt & Sill

Salt & Sill, Sweden’s first floating hotel, is found near the island of Klädesholmen, which is known as the ‘Herring Island’, and where 40% of all Swedish herring comes from. The hotel offers accommodation in a tranquil setting and spectacular views of the outer archipelago of Bohuslän. Salt & Sill’s restaurant has one of the very best locations on the Swedish west coast, as close to the sea as you can possibly get. The restaurant serves fish, shellfish and speciality dishes like ‘The Herring Platter’ and ‘Klädesholmaren’ which have contributed significantly to its international renown, and put herring firmly on the culinary map.

Photographer: Tony Meyer

4. Bjertorp slott

Impressive Bjertorp Castle, outside the town of Vara, is Sweden’s youngest Jugend-style castle. Today, this is a place for anyone who appreciates the good things in life. At Bjertorp Castle, visitors stay in historic surroundings and enjoy great food. The quality of the cooking is very high and the kitchen has won multiple awards.

Photographer: Martin Kelam

5. Thorskogs slott

Thorskog Castle in Västerlanda is a proper fairy-tale castle, which has become an oasis for bon vivants with a taste for the good things in life. Stay comfortably in one of the 40 individually designed rooms, and enjoy first class food, prepared from regional and seasonal ingredients.   

Photographer: Per Pixel Petersson

6. Baldersnäs Herrgård

Baldersnäs Herrgård is located on a verdant peninsula in Lake Laxsjön, which is part of Dalsland Canal, and guests are guaranteed a good night’s sleep in these peaceful surroundings. The restaurant, which is certified by Taste the West of Sweden, and recommended in the White Guide, serves local specialities, based around seasonal ingredients and prepared in the first-class kitchen. The view of the park from the dining room makes each mealtime a real treat.

Photographer: Jonas Ingman

7. Albert Kök Hotell och Konferens

Albert Kök, Hotell och Konferens is a hotel and conference centre, located in beautiful surroundings next to the Göta River in Trollhättan. The menu of its award-winning restaurant takes its inspiration from locally produced, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant is among the top 15 in the White Guide for West Sweden.

Photographer: Dan Sörensen

8. Norrqvarn Hotel & Conference

Norrqvarn Hotel & Conference is in a lovely location by Göta Canal. Göta Canal is one of Sweden’s best known visitor destinations and has been awarded the title ‘Best Swedish Building Structure of the Millennium’ At Norrqvarn, guests can either stay in the comfortable rooms in the hotel, or choose accommodation in tree stumps or mushrooms overlooking Göta Canal. The aim of the restaurant is to showcase local ingredients, and the menu changes with the seasons. On a warm summer day, meals can either be enjoyed on the hotel’s pier, with views of the many passing yachts, or in the pleasant dining room. 

Photographer: Tina Stafren

 

* All the hotels above are members of Taste the West of Sweden, a network that promotes West Sweden as a food region, and works to increase awareness of locally produced products. Learn more about Taste the West of Sweden here.