Årsta Castle

Haninge, Sweden

The history of Årsta manor date to the 14th century, when it was a residence of Teutonic Order of Livonia. In 1467 it was acquired by Erik Axelsson Tott. The present main building was built by the Claes Hansson Bielkenstierna around the year 1650. After him Årsta has been owned by Kurck, Soop and Fleming families. Today it is owned by Cedergren family and hosts a restaurant.



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Södra allén, Haninge, Sweden
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Founded: ca. 1650
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Sweden
Historical period: Swedish Empire (Sweden)

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Robert Everdeen-Johansson (2 years ago)
Looking for a great Sunday lunch, we ended up here at Årsta Castle. The food is great, had lasagna which was really good. What I didn't like was that they didn't have a buffet. You got a plate with the food on and that's it. But I do understand too, because there wasn't many people eating. Great and beautiful outdoor seating, and a beautiful dekor inside.
Luma Bendini (2 years ago)
Great food! We had lunch on a Sunday, a hand of options were available a la carte - husman dishes for 165 sek. The ambiance and the service are great, it seems to be the go to restaurant for the ones using the golf course. But it’s definitely worth the visit for those just passing by.
Johan (3 years ago)
Nice atmosphere and good food
Andrew Cheese (4 years ago)
Nice and quiet, spacious and airy. Food is good quality and relatively inexpensive. Wine is boring but cheap.
Hans Gustafsson (6 years ago)
Jäyteschyst. Nu ser msn och känner man atmodfären på en golfklubb. Restustanten har väldigt välsmakande mat och en lagom matsedel
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