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More information about Villa Berg

Villa Berg has fourteen single rooms with private bathrooms and a large kitchen that invites you to enjoy cooking and fun activities. The villa also has a sauna with its own hot tub right outside, a wine cellar with a long table and a large, bright and lovely glazed room overlooking the bay.

The villa is ideal to rent for both private groups and smaller meetings and conferences such as management team or board meetings. Here you are on your own but with all the services that Marholmen offers within easy reach.

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Phone: 0771-16 17 00 | Email: reception@marholmen.se


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Maximise your time with us

What do you want to do during your time with us? Spa, swim, sauna, play, paddle, play or compete? The choice is yours.

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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 Villa Berg

The listed Villa Berg has a special place in our hearts here on Marholmen. It is named after the wholesaler Nils Berg and is designed in the Art Nouveau style of the early 20th century, a form of architecture inspired by the irregular and organic shapes of nature. The architecture blends in well with the island's rich vegetation that extends down to the shoreline and pier.

"Liquor may not be carried or consumed in the homes. Smoking and playing cards in the halls and corridors of the homes is strongly discouraged". These were the rules for those who used to visit the Holiday Home. But there were many other things to do. Bathing, fishing, playing board games, playing the guitar, finger-hooking, or reading. The holiday home had its own library where guests could borrow books.

The holiday home opened in 1915. Here, workers and their families could stay and eat for cheap, including drivers, tailors, engravers, typographers, stokers, railwaymen, municipal workers and the occasional ombudsman. The Holiday Home had the most guests in the 1940s, when two-week vacations became law. In the summer of 1940, 240 adults and 32 children lived here. Two decades later, the Holiday Home had barely half as many guests.

The holiday home was designed by architect Carl Danielsson-Bååk, who was also behind Grosshandlargården and Strandpaviljongen. The villa was restored in the early 1990s and painted in its original colors. During 2022-2023, the exterior of the villa was carefully restored back to its former glory.

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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