Special Midsummer Offer

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Swedish National Day getaway weekend

Celebrate Midsummer together & rent the whole country hotel just for yourself!

3 nights (24/06 – 27/06), up to 25 pers.

Thinking about going away with your friends or family for midsummer? Why not go on a midsummer getaway to the countryside and rent out a country hotel? Rent our country hotel over midsummer for three nights (24/06 – 27/06), and celebrate together in the sun! Enjoy the calm nature and just relax.

Price: SEK 29,000 for three nights for a group up to 25 pers. or SEK 385 / person / night. Breakfast is not included.

Midsummer is the perfect time to get your friends or family together and have some quality time. Ödevata is the perfect place to celebrate Midsummer in peace and quiet. Have the whole hotel to yourselves, do nature activities and have fun cooking together outdoors!

Experience midsummer as it should be, in the countryside and away from the city. Share summer stories with each other as you gather flowers for the midsummer pole. We can help you get the rest of the material.

Contact us to book today! Or send a request to info@odevata.se


  • Price: SEK 29,000 for three nights for a group of up to 25 people. Or SEK 385 / person / night. Breakfast is not included.
  • There are 12 rooms in the hotel; 4 family rooms, 6 double rooms and 2 single rooms.
  • There are also self-catering kitchens, meeting rooms, balconies and several patios.
  • You can also book  activities at Ödevata! For example, rent canoes, sauna rafts, rowing boats, fishing equipment, etc.

Ödevata Gårdshotell
Ödevata 104
SE – 361 92  EMMABODA

Tel: +46 47 150 430
E-mail: info@odevata.se


Ödevata B&B, a lodge with all you need to have a perfect stay on the beautiful Swedish countryside. In the glass district of Småland near Emmaboda and all the famous glass factories... With a variety of activities as fishing in the 2 lakes, canoeing, swimming and several hiking tracks trough the forest. There are animals as well.
They care for nature and their animals!

Liz Osterbaan