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Welcome to check in to Förvaltaren - a charming turn-of-the-century house on Marholmen. The house, which dates from the end of the 19th century, has two floors and plenty of space for wonderful socializing. Here you live close to nature with a large lawn and a secluded terrace for lovely meals.

The house has three double bedrooms with a total of six beds, a bathroom with a shower, a toilet, a bright and spacious kitchen and a living room. The house's glazed punch veranda is ideal for evening card games and socializing with loved ones.

Facts about Förvaltarbostaden

  • Three bedrooms in total (one with 180 cm bed, one with 160 cm bed and one with 2×90 cm beds)
  • A bathroom with shower and a toilet
  • Spacious kitchen with dining area
  • Living room with TV
  • Large balcony
  • Departure cleaning & bed linen included

This turn-of-the-century villa is typical of the period and comfortable for a large family, a group of friends or a small company.

From Förvaltaren, it is only a few minutes' walk to piers, activities, a playground, an illuminated trail, an outdoor gym, forest walks and much more.

The manager's residence was renovated to a high standard and maintained charm in spring 2024.

NOTE! During periods of high demand, the Manager's Residence is rented for two or more nights at a time. If you do not find availability on the date you are looking for in our online booking, try searching for several nights. 



Maximise your time with us

What do you want to do during your time with us? Spa, bath & sauna, play, paddle, play or compete? You choose.

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Meeting, conference, kickoff or corporate event?

Our beautiful archipelago island offers endless possibilities for all types of meetings, conferences, corporate events and kick-offs.

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Book a spa entrance

During your stay with us, book some time for yourself in the form of a spa entrance with light therapy.

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The history of the Förvaltarbostaden

A longing for the countryside and farming led wholesaler Nils Berg to buy Marholmen in 1900. The administrator's house was home to the person in charge of agriculture on the island. The first administrator was Signe Stenborg, who came here in 1909. The year before, Nils and Hanna Berg had started an agricultural school for Stockholm boys. There was little interest in the school and it ceased in 1912.


A few years later, the home for boys became the Vilo home for workers' wives after the Bergs donated part of Marholmen to LO. It was common then for wealthy people to donate money to charitable foundations. What was unique about this donation was that it was given to the labor movement.


One of those who received a free stay at Vilohemmet in 1917 was Selma Blomberg, who worked at the Rörstrand porcelain factory. She was a widow and lived with her two children in a room and kitchen without a bathroom. The property was owned by a foundation that helped single mothers. She was highly dependent on charity for a decent life.


Today, we at Marholmen have started the Family Time project where we give away stays to families who would not otherwise have the financial means to go on vacation.

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