The Fleninge Guest House's heritage stretches all the way back to the 1660s. It has been said that in the year 1810, when Jean Baptiste Bernadotte was appointed crown prince of Sweden, Fleninge Guest House served as the future king's lodging, lending the strategically placed property a royal sheen. Welcome to Fleninge! The guest house tradition has been alive and well here for centuries. The farmers in the area were given the task from time to time of raising these buildings which now have become landmarks of their own. By-laws were adopted stating that that there was a guest house to be available for lodging every 1.5 miles. With the help of local farmers, Fleninge guest house was built in 1660 by Lorens Rottenborg. Since then, Fleninge guest house has served as the natural gathering point for travelers, businesspeople, and local citizens to celebrate weddings, birthdays and other festivities. Now a new age is dawning. A modern guest house will serve as a gathering point also in the future - for businesses, local industry, and people with ties to the surrounding areas or for guests seeking a place to rest their head for the night. To run a business in a building and on a property with these characteristics is a true privilege. There are rooms for festivities, overnight rooms for rent or alternatively leased as apartments, a restaurant kitchen, a conservatory with its own heating system (!), rooms which could be used as offices as well as unused areas in the form of a separate wing building. Add excellent parking spaces, and a property where you could run a modern guest house in 2021 starts to take shape. Are you dreaming of creating your lifestyle home with while running a successful local businesses, where existing revenues already exist from the current business, then you have come to the right place! Geographically, the guest house sits in a very good location. By car you are about ten minutes from Helsingborg and only a kilometer away you'll find the E6 motorway. During the 2000s, the building has gone through several restorations. During the years 2005 to 2007, a tasteful handicap-friendly entryway was built. An elevator, a ramp, and a staircase in a modern style, while still showcasing the unique characteristics of the main building. Additionally, The Victorian Lodge was built in 2008. A modern conservatory with a heating system, stone floors, and insulated windows so that it can be used during the winter months. With these simple and introductory words we welcome you to a new age for Fleninge guest house!