Peacefullly located at the center of the main sights.
Near the theme park Astrid Lindgrens World (ALV) in Vimmerby and close to Katthult and Bullerbyn( Noisy)
The Pension/Hotel is a landmark building from 1899, refurnished to evoke an atmosphere of the early 1900s.
Excellently suited for children and very peaceful, the house is surrounded by meadows and lush woodland opening to vast views of ridges and forests.
10 rooms with comfortable beds.
Children are welcome to pick berries.
Woodland lakes for swimming and inns with good restaurants within easy reach.
Secluded - yet centrally situated
Many visitors to the theme park "Astrid Lindgren's World ", based on the characters and stories by Sweden's most renowned author of children's tales, also visit Bullerbyn and Katthult – well known locations for motion pictures based on Astrid Lindgren stories. Rokulla is situated at short distance to each of these sights. See map below.
Food and restaurants
Rokulla ( above) does not have a bar but you are welcome to bring your own drinks.
There are several good restaurants only minutes away by car.
A peaceful hill
The house stands at the crest of a hill with scenic views - a delightful retreat after a long journey or a hectic day.
Children are free to romp about the vast lawns and meadows. Rokulla has many children's books, but no TV.
Children are also invited to pick berries from the many black- and red current bushes, as well as from gooseberriy-bushes and cherry trees. And nib a reef from the big old ivy to plant at home.
The pension is a timbered building from a bygone Sweden with a spacious rural style kitchen. Originally it served as a home for the elderly like those which appear in Astrid Lindgren's tales from her childhood world.
Now Rokulla is renovated with care to preserve it's traditional turn-of-the-Century atmosphere. Ten guestrooms share 4 newly installed shower rooms and 5 WC:s.
When you arrive
You will find that Rokulla is situated between Vimmerby, Katthult and Bullerbyn. Vimmerby ten minutes by car.Katthult or Bullerbyn five minutes.
Rokulla Pensionat / GPS Lat: 57.635766 Long: 15.627.937
Route 33 on this map and older maps has recently been re-named 40 on all road signs. You will therefore find the signpost "Rokulla Pensionat 1 km" on route 40 after leaving Vimmerby towards Mariannelund.
Turn off, and soon after you will see Rokulla with its traditional Swedish red and white paintwork, surrounded by vast lawns and it's splendid view over miles of forest. You are free to park your car in sight just outside the house.
Prices ( SEK - Swedish Crowns)
2 bed room 1380 skr/ pr night
3 bed room 1580 skr/ pr night
4 bed room 1780 skr/ pr night
5 bed room 1980 skr/ pr night
The price includes Swedish style breakfast buffet, bed linen, bath towel, roomcleaning and free picking of berries. No additional charges. Cash payment upon arrival
If you want to book before the 1st of June, we kindly ask you to make your reservations or send any questions by e-mail to--- email@example.com
After June 1st you are welcome to reach us by phone:
tel. +46 (0)707 241085 or +46 (0)725 868222 – (0) only used with Swedish phone in Sweden.
Checking in from 4 p.m. Departure before 11 a.m.
Please try to check in bewteen 4 and 8 p.m. Should you plan to arrive later, please let us know.
Should you wish to cancel a reservation, please give a notice at least 48 hrs before your booked arrival day. Cancelations after less than 48 hours before arrival day will ensue payment of full price.
A couple of days could be more rewarding
The difference in price between a one day's and a two days' visit at Astrid Lindgren's World is but slight. Some of the performances are running at the same time and thusmcannot be experienced in just one day.
Hence,many guests at Rokulla might wish to stay another night. However, last minutes bookings are hard for us to grant as Rokulla usually is fully booked during the season. Choosing to book two nights from the start gives you enough time to enjoy other attractions of the area.
In two days you can visit Astrid Lindgren's World twice as well as Katthult, Bullerbyn, the old Candy workshop , the Elk Park, the thousand years old hollow oak. Or you can go fishing and swimming in one of the hidden forest lakes in the nearby.
Memories from the early 20th Century.
The large group of peoples represents some of the well known personalities of the region.
The photo is said to show the 80 years anniversary party of the legendary “Sara of the Woods” ( the lady in the middle).
Rokulla supports handycraft artists of the Mombaza coast in East Africa. The turtle is an emblem of good luck and so is Sungura, the sly hare. Mr. Kabaila at Watamu has carved Rokulla's wooden door number plates and the number tokens on the room keys.
Future regular customers