Panoramic windows with a view of wolves
Varghotellet is housed in a converted old barn located inside the zoo and each room has large panoramic windows which face the zoo’s large wolf fence. The hotel’s rooms are newly renovated in Scandinavian style with light woods, clean lines and beautiful textiles. In each room there is a comfortable double bed where you sleep well and a bathroom with shower and toilet.
Upstairs there is a nice lounge which all guests are welcome to use. Here you have the greatest opportunity to see the wolves up close and to hear them howl at night. Getting so close to the wild predators is a powerful experience for both big and small and something you will never forget.
Free access to the zoo
As a guest at Varghotellet you have free access to the zoo throughout your stay. Take the opportunity to take a stroll through the park on a starry night or at dawn. Many of the animals are active during the night so it is usually very exciting!
The Wolf sauna
Right next to the hotel Varghotellet is the Wolf sauna – An opportunity for relaxation and excitement with the presence of wolves very close by.
Here you can enjoy the crackling fire and the heat in the wood-burning sauna while overlooking the wolf fence. The wolf sauna offers: 2 large panoramic windows facing the wolf fence, a wood-burning sauna, relaxation corner and WC & shower.
The sauna must be pre-booked so be sure to do so when booking your overnight stay.
Price for 2 hours sauna incl. towels:
Price for accommodation guests at Varghotellet SEK 1500
Other guests SEK 2,500
Food and drink
Breakfast at Bergshotellet is included for guests at Varghotellet. They are open every day and serve lunch and dinner as well. For reservations and opening hours see www.bergshotellet.se or call +46 651-56 52 52.
Access for people with disabilities can be restricted in certain places as there are stairs between floors and to get out into the park in direct connection from the hotel. Therefore, it may be good to have someone to assist you. Please contact us in advance and we can advise before your visit.
The history of Varghotellet (the Wolf hotel)
In the past, “Jon-Persa’s barn” was central in Järvsö, and was used, among other things, as a stable for the horse-borne visitors of the church. In the early 2000s, “Jon-Persa’s barn” was purchased, to be converted into today’s hotel. Floorboards from the old barn live on as tables on the hotel’s banquet floor.