Welcome to Öster Malma castle and gaming experiences.
Öster Malma Castle with its two wings by the shores of Lake of Malmasjön in the province of Södermanland was built in the 1660s. A charming Baroque style castle which after 350 years still retains its façade. Öster Malma are owned by the Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management.
Welcome to the wild
Nature is ever-present at Öster Malma. From the first glance out the window in the morning to the visit at the wild boar enclosure or the birds’ wild farm, in fact, all the way in to the farm store. In 2012 we will open our game park with moose, red deer, fallow deer and mouflon.
Our cuisine is inspired by the wild. At Öster Malma all game is handled in our own game abattoir. Quality is guaranteed, whether the game menu is served in our restaurant seating 240 guests, or in the castle’s grand hall. The restaurant with its renowned wild game cuisine offers lunch service Monday through Friday. Sundays are reserved for wild game buffet. In our farm shop you can purchase everything from wild game meat, books to equipment for hunting and leisure.
We are able to offer our guests both hotel standard as well as more modest accommodation, a total of 101 beds. Regardless of which alternative you choose, you are sure to spend the night peacefully surrounded by the beautiful nature.
A family get-together, wedding, company anniversary, or to celebrate a good hunting season in a princely hunting setting; which all are a once in a lifetime experience.
When the Laggår’n (barn) next to the castle was rebuilt in 2003, Öster Malma also received brand new conference rooms with modern technology for more efficient business meetings or conferences catering for up to 120 participants.
|Opening hrs: ||All day|
|Season: ||All year |
|Price: ||Accommodation from 345 SEK, lunch 100 SEK. See website for more information |
|Info: ||Welcome to the wild – accommodation, restaurant with game cuisine, farm shop, castle, conference, game park (from 2012). |
|Location: ||80 km from Stockholm |
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