Teleborg Castle

Växjö, Sweden

Despite its middle-age style, the The Castle of Teleborg was built in 1900 by architect firm Lindvall & Boklund. The castle was built as a wedding present from count Fredrik Bonde af Björnö to his wife Anna Koskull. 17 years later the couple had died, and the castle was used as a hotel for young girls and for accommodation in general. In 1964 the city of Växjö bought it and the surrounding park from the Bonde family and is today mainly used for representation, weddings and conferences. Today, the castle is used by the city council for representational purposes, and the nearby university also uses some parts of the castle.

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Southern Gothic (3 months ago)
A lovely but not so old castle which is now a hotel.
Paul Schweinzer (6 months ago)
totally awesome place to stay; genuinely historic castle; beautifully furnished; super friendly and helpful staff
obaid khan (8 months ago)
Its beautiful place to visit. Very close to nature.
Amanda M (9 months ago)
So beautiful, great service, excellent rooms by a lake. Food is good as well. Rooms have no private bathrooms, but it's compensated by how elegant and clean everything is.
Joakim Fridheim (11 months ago)
A great hotel and a great place to have a party. We had our wedding here and it was amazing. The staff and the place are giving extremely much, and they are willing to help down to the tiniest of details. It a place well recommended. And if you don’t have the time to stay long just try to be there at afternoon tea.
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