Kopparstugans Bed & Breakfast
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- Visiting address: Bergshauptmansgatan 23 A , 791 62 Falun
Kopparstugans Bed & Breakfast is centrally located, between the city center and Falu mine. All rooms are recently renovated and equipt with comfortable beds, linen, tv and a desk. The breakfast is mainly ecological/organic. Guests have access to free WiFi. Walking distance to the city center and the mine. Lugnet, with all its sports venues, is 3 km from Kopparstugan.
Welcome to the charming and centrally located Kopparstugans Bed & Breakfast. Here you will stay in a house built in 1754 that long ago used to be the home of mine workers. It is no more than a five minute walk to the city center and lake Runn with all its year round activities is only a short drive away. We offer single-, double, and family rooms.
The beds are comfortable made with linen sheets from Axlings. A towel to use during your stay (made of linen as well) and cleaning after depature is included.
There are five rooms at Kopparstugans B&B: Two single rooms, one double room, one room for four persons and a Family room for up to six persons.
On the entrance floor you will find the small kitchen where breakfast is served in the morning. There is a frigde, a microwave and a washing maching to be found there. Next to the kitchen is the dining alcove, a recently renovated wc/shower and the "Family room". Upstairs you will find the other four rooms and another newly renovated wc/shower.
Guests have access to free WiFi and there is a tv and a desk in all rooms.
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