Råda Manor

Mölnlycke, Sweden

Råda Manor was built in 1772 according the design of William Chambers. It consists of main building and two annexes. Two red-painted warehouses date probably from the 17th century. Today Råda has a restaurant, wine cellar and it offers conference and wedding services.

  • Marianne Mehling et al. Knaurs Kulturführer in Farbe. Schweden. München 1987.


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Founded: 1772
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment (Sweden)

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Morgane ROBERT (2 years ago)
Wonderful cuisine ! We have stopped here on our way to the Landvetter Airport... Our best meal in Sweden ! Friendly staff, but the tables are tight.
Shu Shu (2 years ago)
Absolutely love this place, it has the most beautiful and breathtaking views. You could easily spend entire day here since you feeling rejuvenated and ready to take on the world.
Danijel Nedeljkovic (2 years ago)
Nice place, nothing special in terms of food or fika. Staff pretty irritated about job they do, not so welcoming.
Angelie Szalai (2 years ago)
Beautiful place there you can walk around, in a wonderful forest and garden or why not take a swim in the lake nearby.
WestCoast Angler (2 years ago)
Beautiful gardens and surroundings. The café is nice. Little limited on gluten free.
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