A stones throw south of Uppsala lies Krusenberg Herrgård, a stately country house dating back to the 17th century. The main building, designed by the same architect as Haga Castle, has been carefully restored according to the maxim “timeless manor romance” to prolong its radiance for a long time to come. The walls, painted in a calm and sober palette, together with elements of wooden surfaces in different colors creates a harmonious environment. In these ancient rooms, modern interpretations of Gustavian furniture coexist with the original furnishings. One of the buildings in closer proximity to the tranquil waters of Mälaren, has also been meticulously taken care of and turned into a summer cafe. Welcome to an estate where the old and the new meet and create an inspiring environment!