TripAdvisor Reviews Hotell Lundell Borgholm
Travel Blogs from Borgholm
... been left standing along the waterfront. Out in the sea stands a historic castle surrounded by a great mote bridged to the town. Much of the castle has been turned into a museum which we toured from the king's audience chamber, elaborate monarch attires, huge tapestries and portraits, to the men's dungeon and women's prison below, complete with creepy equipment and example photography of affected people. Charly & Olof took us out to Öland Island with ...
... were sorely tempted to buy but resisted. Then the Glass Centre, a working exhibition space and museum, lots of great glass history and some glass blowers making a goblet, and some glass installations in a white exhibition space. Then we moved next door to the Kosta Outlet, and found out it was a retail shopping outlet at Kosta, not a glass place! Eventually we managed to extricate ourselves and walked across the road to the Kosta Boda glass outlet, where we lunched ...
... people we have talked to, is that there are huge variations, really massive. We use the favourite amongst Swedish sailors, the Norwegian national centre, www.yr.no; the Swedish one , www.smhi.se and finally Windfinder, www.windfinder.com. All are based on the North Atlantic and European numerical forecast model for the short term and a global model for the longer term but Windfinder stops there (I believe) whereas the other two sites are interpreted. Anyway, ...
... come!) we decided to beat our way northwards, enjoying the sailing and not worrying about poor progress to our destination. We continued in this vein until 13:15 and then dropped the sails and motored for an hour into the almost deserted harbour on Borgholm.
Borgholm’s harbour is dominated by a large hotel complex and the staff were doubling as harbourmasters as it was in the reception that we checked in. It is amazingly good value, it ...
... Wib, belonging to Sue & Mike Phillips whom we first met in Fehmarn. We saw them later and agreed that they should come for coffee in the morning. We were pleased to have arrived safely and we could now relax, knowing that Jeff and Greta could get to us and that from now on, we had time on our hands, we have a month to do 200 miles or so to get to Stockholm for our next visitors, Elaine & ...
Other places to stay in Borgholm
Villagatan 4, Borgholm | 3 star hotelfrom $176
Landsvagen Halltorp 105, Borgholm | 3 star hotelfrom $225
Tradgardsgatan 15, Borgholm | Hotelfrom $202
Gardsvagen 22, Borgholm | 4 star hotelfrom $179
Slottsgatan 30, Borgholm | Hotelfrom $93
Guntorpsgatan, Borgholm | Hotelfrom $45