Strömsholm Palace – The Palace Café

The Palace Café

The Strömsholm Palace Café is situated in a building designed by Carl Hårleman in 1731 that originally housed the palace's kitchen.

The so called Stone Kitchen was added in 1910 with a dining room towards the south. Today, the dining room is used for wedding receptions and conferences.

The building now houses the Palace Café, which is open the same hours as the Palace. Here you can enjoy coffee, tea, soft drinks, pastries and lighter lunches. the café is open until the fourth weekend in August.

For the café's opening hours, see 'Opening hours'.

The dining room can be booked for weddings and conferences all year long. For bookings phone the palace at +46 220 430 35.

Photos: Raphael Stecksén

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