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Nääs Slott & Slöjdseminarium
Floda

Exhibitions and handicrafts in a historic manor setting

Nääs Slott & Slöjdseminarium in Floda, West Sweden, has a unique history just waiting for you to discover. Go on a guided tour, buy beautiful handicraft and see the fascinating exhibitions at Nääs Slott Arts and Crafts and Crafts & Building Conservation. Should you feel hungry you can eat well at the Nääs Slott Café & Restaurant and stay over in one of the rooms decorated in turn-of-the-century style.

History left intact

Nääs Slott & Slöjdseminarium is Sweden's best-preserved setting from the late 19th-century with a fascinating history, particularly in arts and crafts. Visiting Nääs Slott is like stepping into the nineteenth century. Very little has changed since 1898, when the last private owner died. The tea cups are still out on the tables and the beds are still made and waiting for guests. Educational activities at Nääs Slott are busier than ever and you can choose among a wide range of courses in woodwork, building preservation, arts and crafts and popular culture.

Comfortable accommodation in historic rooms

In terms of comfort, old is mixed with new at Nääs Slott. You can expect to find calm and peace of mind during your stay at Nääs Slott. Enjoy the tranquillity and the countryside, choose your adventure or go to concerts and other events in the area.

Manor lunch or coffee?

Eat a lovely manor lunch, tasty sandwiches and delicious pastries at Nääs Slott Cafe & Restaurant, which you’ll find in the old stables. Organic, local ingredients and products are used in the restaurant. Refreshments and light lunches are served in the café at Nääs Slott Arts and Crafts.

Contact information

Nääs Slott

Nääs Allé

44892 Floda


Phone: +46 302 318 39


E-mail: info@naas.se

Website: uk.naas.se/