Lidö Manor was built in 1769 by a sea captain turned wealthy East Indiaman. Today it is an award-winning restaurant with accommodation and conference facilities. The island also has a guest harbour and natural harbours. At the beginning of the 20th century there was a mink farm here, the largest in the country. At the end of WWII, Lidö became the go-to summer residence for worn-out housewives.
Walk around the island and enjoy the beautiful landscape!
Stay, Eat and Do
Lidö VärdshusSaunaGlampingGuest harbourKayakingHostelRestaurantCottageSup rentalRestaurant