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Medeltidshotellet (The Medieval Hotel)
At a Glance
- historical atmosphere
- limited facilities
- you're partly paying for the novelty
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Medeltidshotellet (The Medieval Hotel) Review
Head to the Medieval Hotel if you've been hankering to live like the royalty from the 1200s to 1400s, with limestone-clad rooms, wooden headboards, wrought-iron details, stone fireplaces, bed and chair throws made from fur, and antique wooden chandeliers. There's even a 16th-century dining room and halls with medieval cross vaults. However the rooms, with names like "The Knight," "The Bishop's little room," and "The Italian Messenger" have pretty basic decor. It was the Middle Ages, after all.
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