Magical accommodation in the Parliament House in 1750

Wira bruk, Österåker
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Welcome to Wira Bruk, a picturesque summer idyll in the Swedish Archipelago!

The country's largest war industry and the smiths' village in the 17th century, today is a magical holiday paradise.

In the middle of the village is probably the oldest building in Roslagen - the enchanting Parliament House from the 18th century.

The accommodation is part of the house with its own entrance, private courtyard and barbecue facilities.

A nice and bright one of about 30 sqm with a large and charming kitchen.

The apartment has been preserved and furnished with great attention to historical details. Uneven wooden floors, old husqvarna fireplace and original 19th century tile stove create a historic feel. In addition, newly installed bathroom with shower cubicle and elegant toilet seat in classic English style adds to the unique character of the home.

From the kitchen window opens a lovely view of the rushing river and the garden. And itrural spacious kitchen equipped with fridge, freezer, stove, oven, kettle and coffee maker.

The master bedroom has room for at least 4 people: 1 double bed, 1 bunk bed, possibility to make 1-2 folding beds. A large TV.

It is as quick to get to the accommodation by own car (free parking) which takes about 25 minutes from Åkersberga or Norrtälje. As well as going municipal (buses 620 and 621).

The nearest lake is just a five minute walk from the house. Distance to the beautiful Largen is 5 minutes by car. Roslagsleden goes through the mill.

The first week of July, the outdoor theater WiraSpelen is played in the village. The Wira restaurant is open every day from 11 am to 4 pm throughout the summer. Wira Bruks M useum and Kulturstugan are free to visit, as are 1600's forges.

A dream apartment in the heart of historical oasis :)

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Facilities

Lunch
TV
Café
Kitchenette
Refrigerator
Kitchen
Fully-licensed restaurant
Outdoor area
Hiking trail
Parking
Defibrillator
Historical Sight