Holiday Home Sweden, Västmanland, Virsbo: "Route 66"

Object number: 3980

per week

580

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2 persons 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom 80m² No
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Sweden Friends

Virsbo is a very old locality, dating from the 16th century, and beautifully located between two lakes, close to the coutry road "Route"66.

The holiday home itself offers enough room for up to five persons

Stockholm is about 1,5 hours´ by car away from here and the town of Västerås about 30 minutes. Bus and train connections are available, to rent a car is possible.

  • Public Transport 3 km
  • Airport 55 km
  • Restaurant 400 m
  • Distance to the water 50 m
  • Swimming area 600 m
  • Tennis court 500 m
  • Golf course 20 km
  • Ski lift 45 km
  • Grocery store 500 m
  • Closest neighbour 15 m

Equipment

  • Self catering

  • Double bed

  • Single bed

  • Bunk bed

  • Baby cot

  • Sofa bed

  • Stove

  • Oven

  • Refridgerator

  • Freezer

  • Dishwasher

  • Microwave oven

  • Coffee machine

  • Shower

  • Bath tub

  • WC

  • Bio/Dry toilet

  • Washing machine

  • Tumble dryer

  • Sauna

  • Pool

  • Air conditioning

  • TV

  • Sat TV

  • Internet

  • Open fire/Tiled stove

  • Balcony

  • Terrace

  • Car park

  • Garden furniture

  • Grill

  • Bicycle

  • Boat/Canoo

  • Motorboat/Outboard engine

  • Smoking

  • Dog allowed

More equipment

Extra bed, Dryer, Bed linen/towel, Car rental

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Current price & availability

From - to Each week Each night Day of change Minimum days to stay
01-05-2019 -
30-09-2019
580 85 Every day 1

Please consider! If you rent a self-catering accommodation the final cleaning is normally not included in the price and will be done by the guests. Even the bed-linen, towels and dish towels will not be provided and therefore we kindly ask you to take these with you.

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Points of interest
  • Airport
  • Train station
  • Bus stop
  • Subway
  • Guest harbour
  • Other transportation
  • Golf course
  • Tennis court
  • Distance to the water
  • Minigolf
  • Boat Rental
  • Bicycle path
  • Hiking trail
  • Bridle path
  • Cross country ski run
  • Canoe path
  • Snow mobile
  • Ski slope
  • Ski lift
  • Local recreation area
  • Other sport
  • Swimming area
  • City
  • Other nature
  • Church
  • Museum
  • Theater
  • Culture point
  • Nature reserve
  • Sights
  • Other culture
  • Grocery store
  • Gas station
  • Other stores
  • Cafe
  • Restaurant
  • Other gastronomy
  • Closest neighbour
  • Lake
  • Sea
  • River

Infos about the region Västmanland

In the interior parts of Sweden, with borders in the south to Södermanland and Närke, in the west to Värmland, in the north to Dalarna and Gästrikland and to the east to Uppland we find the province of Västmanland. The region is traditionally divided up in Bergslagen and Mälardalen.
There is evidence that Västmanland and the rest of the Mälardalen (Mälarvalley) region was populated from the west as early as after the latest ice melting. There are about 20,000 known archaeological sites to discover in the province.
In Västmanland we find six ancient cities: Västerås (founded in the year 990), Arboga (1200), Köping (1474), Sala (1624) and Lindesberg and Nora (1643), which are all worth a visit. Västerås, also called Mälarstaden (Mälar-town), is the region's largest and the country's fifth largest city with about 110,000 inhabitants.
The terrain rises from the Mälaren lake to the southeast, which has a low, deeply cut coast, where fertile plains spread. It is part of the Swedish lowlands. From the north to the south you will find ridges. In the north the land rises slowly, and the farmland decreases, which is here divided by forests and lakes. The north west is characterized by a large hilly, wooded moraine landscape, however, the plains make deep cuts along the major rivers.
Västmanland's largest lake and the country's third largest lake is called Mälaren. This is also partly located in Södermanland and Uppland and flows into the Baltic Sea. The lake is an attractive destination for fishing enthusiasts from all over Europe. There are in addition to the 33 naturally occurring fish species also planted species. The lake contains fish such as pike, perch, roach, rudd, silver bream, bream, smelt, perch, burbot, tench and bream.
Welcome to the Västmanland, a region with closeness to everything!

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