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Ystegårns Café & Bistro

Address: Ystegårn Café & Bistro, Hillsta Forsa Show map

Address: Ystegårn Café & Bistro, Hillsta Forsa

We invite you to a relaxing experience in one of Sweden’s most historical settings that is Hälsingland.

Enjoy a well prepared dinner, have a coffee in the garden or just relish the moment with a glass of wine in the sun. We also offer B&B with fantastic views of the surroundings. Here you are welcome everyday all summer long.

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About this activity

  • Phone number (booking)
    0650 10190
  • Phone number
    +46 0650-101 90
  • Mobile phone
    +46 070-344 35 46
  • Contact person email
  • Website
  • Opening hours
    We open the doors Monday, June 1. See website or call for more information about reservations, opening hours and menu. Open: Sun - Wed 11-18, Thurs - Sat 11-22
  • Facilities
    Pets allowed Physically disabled facilities Fully licensed Child friendly Internet Physically disabled facilities
  • Eat & Drink on site
    Fully licensed
  • Links

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