Monday, September 27, 2021

Wedding dream and a private church in Sweden

Atmosphere
9
Food
8.7
Service
8.5
Value
9
A classic manor house and conference hotel.

The most romantic place for marriage celebration

VARMLAND, SWEDEN: If you struggle to find a morning gift to your upcoming wife, give her a Manor House. That’s exactly what the owner of one of Sweden’s most unique country estate did back in 1456. As a morning gift he gave the main building to his newly wed wife. Today Dömle Herrgård in Deje, Sweden is a classic manor house and conference hotel, the most romantic place for wedding and celebrate the good thing in life.

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Wedding in Sweden. Dömle has a long and interesting history and is beautifully situated with breathtaking views of Lake Fryken. Not wonder it’s a popular place for people planning a wedding. The wedding ceremony can take place by the lake or in the church on the estate. Every year Dömle organise 30 weddings parties – and make sure everything is in place, including chairs decorated with linen chair covers

From swimming to skiing

Activities. Visiting Dömle Herrgård you are on a peaceful countryside to enjoy a golf course and many other activities such as swimming, fishing, play tennis or simply walk in the forest. During the winter there are good skiing tracks and a downhill skiing slope not far away.

Dream and reality

Local profile. We tasted the food and the Chef’s philosophy is easy and straightforward; Local products on the menu, depending on season and what local produce is available. Add a drink from the wine cellar and you’re soon on a true culinary adventure. Expect to pay 290 Euro for two nights in double occupancy including breakfast and two nights serving three-courses dinners.

“For me this is a place between dream and reality”, the owner Georg Möller says. For couples in love dreaming about the big day, make sure to book your wedding ceremony at Dömle a year in advance.

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Gudmund Lindbaek
Gudmund Lindbaek
Journalist founded King Goya a few years back. Meeting people, local food and engaging stories are my passion. I plan for ambitious once-in-a-lifetime trips. My delight is the prospect of Future Travels: Longer, Slower, Farther! I just want a tiny slice of adventure to be alive, and then excited to return home.

1 COMMENT

  1. Nice to read. But it´s not totaly right written.

    The main building didn´t exist back in 1456. Katarina Bengtsdotter just got the land from here husband, and it was a lot more land then it is today. It extand to the the other side of the lake.
    The manor house was completed in 1864. The two houses on each side of the manor house is from 1700-something and are not build on that place, they are moved there. If you look at the two houses and the manor house you can see that they are not similar.

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