In addition to the great hostels
in Stockholm and excellent Stockholm
hotels, there is also some great bed breakfast in
Sweden available for accommodation. Bed breakfast Stockholm
vary in luxury and amenities, but of course one thing
that they all have in common is that breakfast is always
included. Often, a bed and breakfast in Sweden will be
located in a historic home or other historic building,
and can sometimes be a fun way to meet other travelers.
One great choice for a bed breakfast in Sweden is the Hotel Tornvaktaren in the town of Ystad. This is a somewhat inexpensive bed breakfast in Sweden when compared to the cost of some of the surrounding hotels, and can be a fun place to stay. The house was built at the end of the 19th century, and is full of old world charm. This bed and breakfast Sweden is stone built and red trimmed, and has its very own garden. The bed and breakfast Sweden is also conveniently located less than ten minutes from the railway station. This Sweden bed and breakfast has nine units, five of which have their own bathroom, while the rest have a shared bathroom.
While there are Sweden bed and breakfasts located throughout
the country, the highest concentration of them can be
found in the city of Stockholm.
Sweden bed and breakfasts in Stockholm vary in price,
although costs are often right in line with the mid to
high range of Stockholm hotels. One bed breakfast Stockholm
is the Kungsholmen, located in the heart of the city of
Stockholm. This bed breakfast Stockholm features large
single rooms with a shared bathroom for guests. The accommodations
are generally large, and breakfast is of course included.
Another popular choice among bed and breakfasts in Stockholm
is the Ostermalm. The Ostermalm features just two double
rooms, and is a somewhat quiet bed and breakfast centrally
located in the city. The building was constructed in 1892,
and is very close to such popular attractions as Gamla
stan, the Operan, the Stadshuset
building, the Vasa Museum and the Liseberg theme park.
Since most individual bed and breakfasts in Stockholm and throughout Sweden only have a few rooms, usually nine or ten at the most, it is a good idea to book your stay well in advance. While it is also possible to book a stay at an apartment or condo or other kind of vacation rental, the advantage of a bed and breakfast is often that travelers can get some good advice from the local bed and breakfast owner about area attractions. To book a stay, you can try booking online, or for bed and breakfasts that do not have online reservations, you can call ahead.