Krusenberg's manor dates back to the 17th century and is named after the nobleman Johan Jespersson Cruus af Harfvila. The yellow-painted manor building was completed in 1802 and is built on the foundation of a limestone castle from the 1640s that previously stood on the site.
Krusenberg's manor is located on a headland in Mälarfjärden Ekoln, 10 km south of central Uppsala. Krusenberg's manor is today owned and operated by Sabis, one of Stockholm's oldest family businesses that also runs the sister hotels Smådalarö gård and FågelbroHus.
There are several beautiful locations around the Krusenberg manor for a wedding. On the one hand, you can get married outdoors in the beautiful apple grove or down by the jetty with a view of Lake Ekoln, both places are perfect for setting up a wedding arch and placing seating for your guests. Alsike church and Skokloster church are also nearby.
If you have the wedding down by the water, you can have the bridal bowl directly connected to the wedding ceremony. Another option is to toast and mingle up by the main building.
Krusenberg's mansion has no less than 60 hotel rooms with floral wallpaper and crisp sheets, perfect for overnight wedding guests. There is also a bridal suite in a completely separate building. For the wedding preparations, there are several beautiful rooms in the manor's main building as well as down by the lake in the spa building.
In the dining room there is room for up to 100 seated guests. It is a fantastic venue with beautiful wallpaper and plenty of light from all the windows.
At sunset, it's perfect to go down to the water at sunset for photos during the golden hour.
When the dinner is over Krusenberg's manor is a fantastic venue as the dinner hall is separate from the spaces you party in after dinner. A surefire tip to get the party started after dinner is to invest in someone who plays the saxophone. There are few things that get a wedding dance going like the saxophone.