No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Mjolby Stadshotell
Travel Blogs from Mjolby
... way for a traditional lunch of potato pancakes (Raggmunk), pork and salad.
We did a refreshing 4 km walk around the island and enjoyed coffee and chats as the Swedish call 'Fika' before travelling back as our time with the Walfriddsons comes to a close, for ...
... the performance. Dave told us to get to section I or J and so at 3.30, when the doors opened and the 2000+ people piled in, we got to the area OK then waited for the action to start at 4pm.
As like clockwork, at 4 the 184 couples zipped out, behind 2 large Swedish flags (as it was also Swedish Flag day today) and the dancing to waltz and other music began and was fantastic. The boys in full white-tie suits and white gloves while the girls wore gowns of every ...
A morning wandering around the city, checking out the fish market or Feskekorka in a wonderful old church building, plus the large market building of Saluhallen (thanks Ulla for the tips) before the bus ride back to Linköping. Hakan kindly picked us up from the ...
... for a sandwich ( that would be around $15-20 AUS each) and instead got fully cooked lunches plus salad, cold drink and coffee included. We have now twigged that value for money can be found where the locals outnumber the overseas tourists, as was the case here! Future travellers remember this fact!
Another lovely dinner with our hosts, that night at a friend of theirs, topped off a ...
Did some washing and had a restful breakfast, then spent the morning having a look around Linköping. It is a town of 100,000 people with a history over 700 years and is now known for its University and hi-tech industry. With a lovely canal running through its streets and late cathedral, it is a very ...