Klosters manor is located in an idyllic working environment from the 18th century. The rippling Klosterån flows on each side of the farm and here you can sleep well to the sound of the rapids in one of the manor's rooms. At the farm is a museum where you can read about the mill's glory days with, among other things, the heyday of the gunpowder house era in the 18th century and Sweden's first sheet metal rolling mill. You can visit the ruins of Sweden's northernmost monastery and stroll around the farm's English park, which was restored and reopened in May 2019.
The guest rooms are housed in the mansion's upper floor with a separate entrance. There are 4 rooms with 2 beds in each. This includes two living rooms and a kitchenette with two hotplates and a refrigerator.
The rooms have 2 bathrooms with shower. Rooms can be rented per night or weekly.
- Conference rooms
- Bedlinen for rent