Activate your senses. Enhance your well-being.

Get away from the stresses and demands of everyday life. Whether you’re looking for an adventure, a relaxing break or simply to wind down in nature, we invite you to experience nature in a memorable way. No matter what season it is, the surroundings are just as beautiful.  

Enjoy a refreshing morning swim from the private beach or use one of the canoes or stand up paddle boards available for guests at Gråbogården.  

Pack your lunch and go hiking along one of the many hiking trails of various degrees of difficulty.  Don’t forget to stop and eat sweet blueberries along the way, or bring some back to make a simple blueberry pie for dessert. The popular hiking trail, Gota leden which offers many sections of 71 km from Gothenburg to Alingsås is a popular experience.  

You can catch delicious rainbow trout at nearby lake Lilla Lövsjön and prepare it over open fire back at Gråbogården. All you need is a fly-fishing rod and a fishing permit, which you can buy online from the Gråbo Sportfishing society.  

How about making a light dinner with freshly picked mushrooms? Join our local mushroom expert who will take you to his secret places where you are sure to find delicious yellow chanterelles. There are few things that taste as good as toast with sauteed chanterelles, grated  parmesan cheese and freshly ground black pepper. 

One of the most enjoyable experiences is a horseback riding tour with Icelandic horses through the beautiful landscape. About 30 min from Gråbogården, friendly Tollans Häst & Foder offers seasonal tours for beginners and more experienced riders between February – September. Book early as the tours fill up quickly.   

Should you want to play golf, you will find Stora Lundby golf club less than 10 min drive from Gråbogården.  

There are plenty of activities you can do at Gråbogården unless you prefer to just unwind and enjoy the view of lake Trehörningen with a cup of freshly brewed coffee.

If you are lucky, you can experience an encounter with moose or a fox, which was the inspiration to the Gråbogården logotype.