Hotel & Hostel Hudiksvall Kungsgården Långvind

Welcome to STF Hotel, Hostel, and Conference Hudiksvall Kungsgården Långvind – “King’s Mansion” – in the province of Hälsingland on the Baltic Coast. Kungsgården Långvind is located 280 kilometers north of Stockholm, less than three hours by car from the Swedish capital Stockholm and even closer to Arlanda International Airport.

Ext_sydväst_1Kungsgården Långvind is an old Hälsingland farmhouse (Hälsingegård), of which the most eminent are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. It’s located in a traditional ironworks environment, founded in 1687 when Sweden was an imperial power of the Baltic Sea.

Kungsgården Långvind offers
Hotel and hostel – bed and breakfast, B&B – six rooms with bath and four with shared WC and shower, with a total of 23 beds
Breakfast with that little extra
Conference – for a smaller group
Restaurant, fully licensed
Personal hosting
Destination chargers for Tesla and other electrical cars (Type 2)
Motorhome parking space, fully equipped and including breakfast with the little extra

We usually call ourselves Kungsgården Långvind, but our full name is STF Hotel, Hostel and Conference Hudiksvall Kungsgården Långvind, in Swedish STF hotell, vandrarhem och konferens Hudiksvall Kungsgården Långvind. We’re affiliated with the Swedish Tourist Association’s (STF’s) large network of about 250 hotels, hostels, mountain stations, and alpine huts in Sweden. STF is one of the largest chains of accommodation providers in Sweden.

Kungsgården Långvind is situated in what today is a hamlet, Långvindsbruk, but a very lively hamlet. Långvindsbruk (also called Långvinds bruk or just Långvind) is located on the coast of Hälsingland. Långvind lies halfway between the old towns of Hudiksvall and Söderhamn, nine minutes off European highway 4 (E 4) at junction 210 Långvind.

Kungsgården Långvind is beautifully located fifteen meters from a stream, Långvinds ström, and a few hundred meters from the old ironworks environment with chapel, museum, and old remains from the time of the ironworks and sawmill.

Five kilometers away is Långvinds fritidsområde, an area with recreational homes, beautiful beaches on the sea and an inland lake with fishing, nice hiking trails, exciting nature, two state nature reserves, tennis courts, mini-golf, and a grocery store open in summertime

Find us on the map: Kungsgården Långvind

Agneta och Jörgen Bengtson

Kungsgården Långvind’s owners and hosta are Agneta Bengtson och Jörgen Bengtson. They opened Kungsgården Långvind as a B&B (bed and breakfast) in 2010. Since then, they’ve expanded the venue to a Hotel and Hostel accommodation and Conference site and added two buildings.

They also offer about twenty events in the summer season and a number of packages the year around.

From start, they have focused on a strong ecological profile.

Bookings and more information!
Booking on line: here
Telephone: +46 650-822 33
Mobile/texting: +46 70-660 55 60 (Jörgen Bengtson)
Address: Kungsgården Långvind, 825 96 Enånger
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GPS: N 61º 27,417 ’E 17º 06,751’ | WGS84: 61.45694, 17.11252 | RT90: 6816480, 1569721
Cards: MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Diners Club

Car: Långvind is located on the coast of Hälsingland, ten kilometers and nine minutes by car from highway E 4, junction 210. The best way by car or bike is the paved, public road from junction Ångersjön on E4. Ångersjön is 27 kilometers south of Hudiksvall and 26 kilometers north of Söderhamn. An other option is the old road (also ditt road) from Enånger’s medieval church via junction 211 Enånger.

Bus: Connections by local buses from Iggesund with line 857, call-controlled traffic, which must be ordered on a special telephone number (0771-49 79 39) at least two hours before departure. It’s available with several trips Monday-Friday and is open to everyone. There are also local buses from Söderhamn and Hudiksvall to Enånger and connections to long-distance buses in Söderhamn and Hudiksvall.

Taxi: Are available in Hudiksvall, Söderhamn and Enånger.

Text and photo:
Jörgen Bengtson

Updated June 2, 2021