Adres: Skärva 2, 371 91 Karlskrona
Skärva Mansion (Herrgård) is included in the World Heritage Naval City of Karlskrona. It is a vibrant place, not a museum, with a nice mix of art, music, exhibitions and other events.
Skärva Mansion, Admiral Chapman's "summer house", built in 1786, was early a meeting place for people. This heritage is well managed and today Skärva Mansion invites conferences, events and individual guest's visits. In the mansion by the sea, embedded in the greenery and the beauty of the nature reserve Skärva, the imagination prospers, ideas are born and creative processes are flowing.
At Skärva Mansion there are various conference rooms, each with room for 2-50 persons, for meetings, courses and conferences.
The mansion is also a great place for concerts, weddings, dancing or other arrangements.
The conference and event guests are welcome to sleep over in the mansion's eleven modern and artistic bedrooms. In total there are 24 beds with 2 shared kitchens and bathrooms.