Siggesta Gård

Värmdö

Siggesta Gård

Siggesta Gård (Farm) on the north side of the isle Värmdö has developed into a modern and exciting holiday destination. In the renovated barn from the late 1800s, you will find Restaurant Ladugården, with a bar, outdoor service and space for functions and small conferences.  It also has wonderful terraces with views out over a unique and unspoiled Uppland agricultural environment.

In the spring of 2004, the old barn was the object of a conversion project that caused many people to raise their eyebrows. It was renovated to create an event venue that could form the setting for a theatrical production or a concert for a seated audience of 500 people one day, and then provide a spacious barn dance floor the next. On the following days, it could be used for a local auction, a corporate event, a performance by the local music college and a weekend event or a market. In summer 2004, we put on a programme of theatrical performances, concerts and dances. Since then, Logen (The Barn) has become Norra Värmdö's "palace of culture and entertainment".

Just a stone's throw from Restaurant Ladugården and Logen, you will find the Värmdö Runt Adventure Golf Course. It is the first themed mini-golf course in the Stockholm region, and provides a cultural and historical tour around a miniature model of Värmdö. Since the course opened in spring 2003, more than 100,000 visitors have pitted their skills against it! When Siggesta Gård then opened its football-golf course in May 2008, we set a new standard for football-golf in Sweden, with a top-class course that easily measures up to "normal" golf courses as regards the setting and the quality of the greens. Last season, we not only welcomed families with children, corporate parties and groups of friends, but were also visited by the first teams of AIK, Hammarby and Brommapojkarna. And, of course, by Värmdö IF, our local team. This year, we have extended the green course to present even more of a challenge.

In time for Walpurgis Night 2009, we opened Orangeriet – a 280 m2 rustic eatery with a glass roof and walls, and a Mediterranean climate all year round. Orangeriet is your clubhouse, the place to start and finish your visit, with an ice-cream bar, café, light meals, information and service. In September, we will be opening the doors toHerrgården (The Manor), which has been closed for a century, but has now been fully renovated for meetings and functions, with hi-tech facilities concealed behind period fittings and furnishings. The booking service is already open.

Siggesta is a unique environment; one of the most historically interesting areas of Värmdö, with burial mounds, remains of ancient settlements, and associated arable land whose roots can be traced all the way back to the Middle Ages. There are also nature guides who can help you learn to "read" the countryside and historical remains. Siggesta has long since been recognised as an excellent centre for horse-riding on Värmdö, and other much appreciated attractions include Galleri Edvard, with its Swedish Archipelago Art, the Siggesta Kläderfashion store, and the Ingrid Svahn Design interior design outlet.

A warm welcome to you all from Inger and Olof Stenhammar.

Contact information

Siggesta Gård AB
Siggesta Gård

Phone: +46-856280100

E-mail: info@siggestagard.se
Website: http://www.siggestagard.se

Opening hours

All year round

Directions

Siggesta Farm is exactly as far away as the stillness and tranquility must be, never longer. 36 kml from Slussen to be picky. We are close to trail, road and wave.
By car from Stockholm, Nacka and Värmdö, route 222 from Slussen to Värmdö, past Gustavsberg, straight on at the first roundabout. After the reversible lanes stoppes at a roundabout turn left, road 274 towards Vaxholm. Continue for about 10 minutes to Vaxholm, past Värmdö Church. The journey takes about 30 minutes.
By car from Vaxholm, via ferry across Rindö and Oxdjupet to Värmdö. After the ferry, at Stone plain, road 274 towards Hemmesta / Gustavsberg about 7 km.
By Bus Bus 437 or 439 from Slussen. It is recommended to plan their journey through SL, by phone 08-600 10 00 or via the website www.sl.se. The journey takes about 40 minutes, about 1 hour by bus 474 via Gustavsberg and Hemmesta.
By boat Siggestas marina can be found in the northern Bolviken Värmdö in southern Sandöfjärden, just east of Lindalssundet.The coordinates are N 59 ° 23.0 'E 18 ° 31.0'. To get to Siggesta Farm you go through the gate and turn right. Follow the hiking trail signs, then you are in the yard for about 900 m walk of the lovely nature. Along with the guest pier can 3-4 normal sized boats lie on the east side, on the right when you come out on the guest pier. The bridge is padded with loops to attach the boat in. There are no buoys to Guest bridge boats. Sockets are but you should take a look at them to ensure that they are turned on.

Facilities

Restaurant
Outdoor seating
Take away
Lunch
Shop
Minigolf
Woodland
Ball games
Boule
Café
Guest harbour
Pets allowed
Kiosk
Conference facilities
Credit cards accepted
Playground
Fully-licensed restaurant
Jogging track
Baby changing room
Suitable for disabled persons
WC
Hiking trail
Open all year round
Children’s menu
Parking

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