Suderbys Herrgard

Address: Toftavagen 201, Vasterhejde, Visby, Gotland, 62199, Sweden | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel is located on Toftavagen 201, Vasterhejde, Visby.
Map this hotel

TripAdvisor Reviews Suderbys Herrgard Visby

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Visby

Stockholm and Visby, Sweden

A travel blog entry by parkerjudy on May 31, 2015

5 photos

... the hop on hop off boat to travel between some of the 14 islands that make up Stockholm. After a loop on the boat we visited the Vasa Museum which houses the Vasa, a boat that set off for it's maiden voyage in 1628 and sank 1500 metres into its voyage. It was an impressive display of the fully salvaged and reconstructed boat with detailed interpretive displays. Second stop was Gamla Stan. ...

Medieval Visby

A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 16, 2014

12 photos

... the lilacs were currently in bloom, much as they would be currently in Edmonton at this time of year. We continued along the old city wall and along the beach in some places, and climbed one of the intact towers for a higher view. Eventually we came to the first of about a dozen different sites with building ruins. It was a church built by the Dominicans in 1235. Much of its original roof was missing, but some modern wooden ...

Outlaw Biker Gang

A travel blog entry by jmsges on Aug 18, 2012

29 photos

... a very defensible port city. The entire city is surrounded by a large stone wall that took 200 years to build. Construction began in the 11th century and didn’t end until the 13th century. Visby was once a huge city, but now it is much smaller.

We rode around Visby and got to see a very beautiful church as well as some lovely architecture. Visby within the wall is an incredibly well preserved town. Now there ...

Gonna party like its 1499!

A travel blog entry by strombone on Aug 08, 2011

55 photos

... visiting hours, nothing modern is allowed, no watches, or processed cheese, no iphones or emos. People are cooking over open fires and suiting up in armour to practice their pretend swordsmanship, re-enacting is quite a art. To improvise realistic fighting with a predetermined outcome. The Visby army of farmers will lose and die just like in 1361. sigh
At night we spend a lot of time at the Norra Graver, just out side the northern wall. ...

Goodbye Blue Green algae!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 03, 2011

5 photos

Our neighbour, who had kindly helped us onto the pontoon and who we'd parked very close to, about 1’ between our bow lights and his davits, somehow had extricated himself sometime during the night or early morning without disturbing us and was gone by the time we were up and about at 06:15. Anyway, we were away by 07:15, having to shower en route as the marina wanted 5 kroner for a shower and we had no change – as well as objecting to paying ...