Traditions & celebrations
We have always honoured every reason to throw a spectacular party. Each opportunity - jubilees, public holidays, anniversaries – is celebrated. The biggest Swedish holiday of them all, Midsummer, has never been an exception. The staff, guests, and villagers set out early in the morning to pick flowers for the enormous maypole to be later raised in the garden.
On Midsummer, folk musicians are always playing, the ring dance is more exhausting then an aerobics class, and everyone cools off with a refreshing, vodka-infused, elder blossom granita. The women who wanted to dream about their future true love met at dusk and picked, under complete silence, seven kinds of flowers that were placed under the pillow - an old Swedish tradition that is still followed today.
Check our calendar for upcoming traditional events.