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Destination Grythyttan

Pia Ulin A room at Loka Brunn's Parkvillan House.

Photo: Pia Ulin

Once a secret retreat of Scandinavians, the village of Grythyttan, three hours’ drive from Stockholm, has become a world-class destination that caters perfectly to city folks’ getaway whims: a rustic walk, a rare Aalto chair, a delicious lunch. Rent a car and decompress as you head past lakes and dramatic boulder ridges, skirting the 17th-century hamlet of Nora. Read the article

Destinations: Sweden · Stockholm

Inspired by: T+L’s Guide to Grythyttan, Sweden — by Monica Khemsurov, Published Jul. 2007

Hotels (2)

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    Loka Brunn

    The Loka Brunn hotel is located in a restorative landscape of forest, lakes, and purported healing waters. The hotel is comprised of 54 buildings b

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    Grythyttan Inn

    Originally established more than three centuries ago, the Grythyttan Inn is located in a small village 
    approximately three hours northwest of centr

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    Kantinen Hyttblecket

    The Nordic House of Culinary Art is considered a center for Swedish cuisine, and it's the home of the restaurant Kantinen Hyttlblecket (as well as

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