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Säbyholm Bed & Breakfast

Adresse: Säbyholms Gård, 312 93 Laholm (Karte anzeigen)
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Bed & Breakfast | Welcome to Säbyholm, a beautiful mansion in the rural living environment dating back to the 1800s. Säbyholms Farm is located just outside Laholm. By being close to nature, ocean, golf courses, etc. We offer hunting, horse riding and other activities.

Welcome
Cattie & Knut Slettengren

Bed and Breakfast - make yourself at home

Relax and enjoy the serenity of a rural setting outside Laholm in southern Halland. Our personal rooms are decorated in a New England style, and the old Gardener has been renovated and now holds twin rooms one of which can be opened up to family rooms. There are shared kitchen, lounge, shower and toilet.

All rooms have a window into the courtyard landscaped garden. In the garden there are several seats where you can sit down and enjoy the sunset. Maybe watching a hare or deer curiosity.

The farm has a barn so if you want to take your horse and temporarily lease it in a box so it can also be solved.

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