General information


Check-in is from 3:30 pm on the arrival day. Check-out is no later than 10 am if you have booked final cleaning and 11 am if you are doing the cleaning yourself. Inform the reception of your departure and hand in your key. If the cottage has not been cleaned, a charge of 2000 SEK will be made afterwards. If you book final cleaning, it includes cleaning, but you have to do the washing up and take out the rubbish. If final cleaning has been booked but the washing up has not been done, a charge of 300 SEK will be made afterwards.

For check-in after 8 pm during May-August, and 7 pm during September-November, you must inform us beforehand at or on +46 (0)492-798 11. Alternatively, you can contact the booking office on +46 (0)492-798 00.

Please note that due to unforeseen events, when we may need to move guest(s), we can never guarantee a specifically requested cottage.


Cancellation insurance for 250 SEK/cottage can be added at the time of booking. It is valid for illness supported by a doctor’s certificate. We will then refund the amount paid, except the cost of the cancellation insurance. You must cancel the day before arrival at the latest and submit a doctor’s certificate 30 days from the date of cancellation at the latest. If you don’t have cancellation insurance and a doctor’s certificate, you will not be entitled to a refund for the amount of the booking.


During the period that you are checked in, you can park free at the indicated parking for the guest accommodation. At other times you can park free in our main car park. A parking ticket will be sent with the booking. If you travel in more than one car, you can also park free. Show your accommodation booking to our parking stewards/entrance booths/reception and you’ll be given a physical ticket to place in the windscreen of each car.


All our accommodation is booked as self-catering, but sheet hire, final cleaning and breakfast can be added. Cleaning and washing-up equipment, blankets and pillows are provided in the cottage.
Cots are available to hire.

Optional extras can be added to your booking up to two days before arrival via – min boendebokning

Reception opening times:

20/5 12.00 – 20.00
21/5 – 27/6 08.00 – 20.00
28/6 – 8/8 08.00 – 21.00
9/8 – 21/8 08.00 – 20.00
22/8 08.00 – 12.00

Weekend opening (26/8-12/9)
Thursday 15.00-19.00
Friday 08.00-19.00
Saturday 08.00-19.00
Sunday 08.00-11.00

Autumn school holiday opening
22/10 15.00 – 18.00
23/10 08.00 – 18.00
24/10 08.00 – 11.00
29/10 15.00 – 19.00

30/10 – 1/11 08.00 – 18.00

1/11 – 5/11 08.00 – 20.00
6/11 08.00 – 20.00
7/11 08.00 – 11.00

Safe Stay

What we are doing so that our guests can have a safe stay in our guest accommodation!

How many people will be staying in the guest accommodation at one time?

The number of guests varies a bit depending on the time of year, but we have a total of 159 accommodation units for guests of which 126 have their own shower/WC.

How many people can be in public areas at one time?

Nine people are allowed in the reception at one time. To avoid crowding, we therefore prefer that only one person enters when checking in or out and when making purchases in our shop. In other public areas, there are notices with the maximum number of people allowed.

What cleaning and hygiene routines are in place at your accommodation?

The public areas at our guest accommodation are cleaned daily, except for the service building, which is cleaned three times a day. In our public areas (reception, service building) there are washbasins and soap for hand washing as well as hand sanitiser.
The rooms are cleaned in the following order: kitchen, rooms, bathroom, for good hygiene. Once a guest has checked out, we always change the dishcloth, sponge and all other cloths and mops at the accommodation. Bed linen, towels, etc. are washed at the laundry at, at least 90 degrees. Only clean textiles may be used in our guest accommodation.

What are you doing to reduce the risk of spreading infection in your accommodation?

In addition to our usual thorough cleaning routines, we have taken the following measures:

  • We have increased the frequency of disinfectant use to each cleaning, in public areas and cottages/rooms.
  • Handles, doors, taps and other frequently touched surfaces are always disinfected at every cleaning.
  • Staff have been given clear instructions on the use of gloves and hand sanitiser, and they wash their hands between each change of task.
  • Staff have been given clear instructions not to be at the workplace if they have the slightest symptoms of illness.
  • We have informed all our staff about the risk of infection and how we can help protect each other and our guests.
  • We choose not to carry out certain tasks that increase the risk of infection, e.g. work rotation.
  • There is a crisis and action plan in case of confirmed cases.
How should I as a guest act if I experience symptoms of illness during my stay with you?

Please contact the reception by phone. Anyone with coronavirus symptoms should follow the guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Sweden to prevent the spread of infection. For information, see

More information on how we are making your visit at Astrid Lindgren’s World safe:


The maximum number of persons permitted to stay in any accommodation is stated in the respective object description. This includes children aged 3-14 years.

Astrid Lindgren’s World’s guest accommodation is a family facility. Between the hours of 10 pm and 7 am, all guests must be quiet and considerate to the other guests.

No motor traffic is permitted within the grounds

Pets are only permitted in accommodation where this is specified. All animals must be kept on a lead in the grounds. We cannot guarantee completely pet-free/allergy-sanitised accommodation.

Smoking is strictly prohibited in all indoor premises. Violations resulting in sanitisation will be subject to a fine of 5000-10000 SEK.

Admission tickets

If you have booked admission tickets to Astrid Lindgren’s World, they will be emailed to you when the booking has been paid in full. Print them out and take them to the park or show them on your phone at the entrance. Tickets are registered on the arrival day, but you choose on which day of your stay to visit the park. Multi-day tickets will start on the first day of your visit and be valid for the set number of consecutive days.