Tatiana Angelini Jolin’s chamber
(Room N2)

Single room with shared bathroom. .

Tatiana Angelini Jolin became famous already at the age of 12 as the voice of Snow White in Walt Disney’s first animated feature film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Later in life, the singer set the poet Edith Södergran’s lyrics to music. She was an often seen artist and guest at Grythyttan’s Old Inn and Saxå Manor.

The 12 July 1984, then a widow, Tatiana Angelini Jolin remarried the famous American news journalist Charles Collingwood at Saxå Manor, with Mats Carlgren and Carl Jan Granqvist as witnesses.

The adjoining room is Aunt Karin’s drawing room, so named since the furniture derives from Karin Karlsson’s drawing room at Stadra Manor.

 

 

 

Number of beds: 1
Price for one guest: 900 SEK

 

 

Angelina Jolin’s Chamber
(Room N3)

Double room with shared bathroom.

The white, gilt bed in Empire-style derives from the Bernadotte home Frötuna Manor in the county of Uppland. A Swedish rococo wardrobe in mahogany originates from Jäder Iron Works outside Arboga. Angelina Jolin is the daughter of Tatiana Angelini Jolin and artist Einar Jolin, and is today a celebrated stylist in New York.

  

 

Number of beds: 2
Price for two guests: 1 400 SEK
Price for one guest: 900 SEK

 

 

Michaela Jolin’s Chamber
(Room N4)

Double room with shared bathroom.

Four-poster bed from IKEA’s discontinued 18th century collection. The entrance to this room faces north, and it is accessed through a narrow hallway.

The room got its name from Michaela Jolin, daughter to Tatiana Angelini Jolin and artist Einar Jolin. Michaela Jolin is a renowned TV presenter and played the lead character in Bo Widerberg’s film Victoria from 1977.

 

 

Number of beds: 2
Price for two guests: 1 400 SEK
Price for one guest: 900 SEK

 

 

Marianne Fornander’s Chamber
(Room N5)
 

En-suite double room with shower or bath? and additional wash basin in the bedroom. 

The beds in the room are copies of the furniture at Uddeholm’s Manor, where the family Geijer reigned, laying the foundation to one of the county of Värmland’s largest business enterprises. Marianne Fornander has kindly gifted the Empire-style beds that decorate the bedroom and in her honour, it carries her name.

Marianne’s husband, the mining engineer Dr. Sven Fornander, was the son of Uddeholm’s Managing Director, Sven Fornander.  His mother, Nanna, was the granddaughter of Olof Berggren at Finshyttan, Filipstad.

 

  

 

Number of beds: 2
Price for two guests: 1 800 SEK
Price for one guest: 1 200 SEK

 

Liv Simonsson’s Chamber

(Room N6)

 
En-suite double room with shower or bath? and additional wash basin in the bedroom.

The room has an original 18th century tiled stove. Liv Simonsson was the daughter of a foundry proprietor from Burträsk. When retired, she moved to Grythyttan together with her husband Lennart, earlier head of SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden. The Simonsson family bought the old Manor at Grythyttan, and generously provided the final funding needed in order to complete the restoration of the Old Inn at Grythyttan.

Lennart Simonsson became the chairman of the Trust for the Preservation of Old Grythyttan when its former chairman Arthur Lindqvist passed away. Lindqvist was the founder of Grythyttan Stålmöbler (Grythyttan Steel Furniture) and the driving force of the local history society. Some of the objects in the room derive from the Simonsson home.

 

 

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Number of beds: 2
Price for two guests: 1 800 SEK
Price for one guest: 1 200 SEK
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