Happy Tammsvik’s story is exciting and includes ghosts – but of course with a happy end. The manor was built as a residence for the Tamm family in 1921, and was then converted to an inn described as “modern but with the genuine mansion feeling.” Tammsvik was also a resting place for Finnish soldiers and for “nervous women”. According to rumors, the manor was called Paradise Inn, because it was so peaceful. Another myth from that time is that about the Black Rider who gallops at night (just ask them, they’ll tell you the whole story).
In 1976 Nick Arsikin bought the manor and refurbished it to a conference facility. In 1987 the plant was bought by the family Åke Ljungberg. Between 1987-1997, the concept improved to one of Sweden’s premier conference hotels. The meeting place has since developed with a number of innovative thinking and appreciated concepts. Today, Happy Tammsvik is a modern meeting place for creative meetings, owned and operated by Tagehus Holding AB.
Happy Tammsvik is an inspiring, crazy and friendly place full of surprises! We’ve chosen this venue for different reasons, but one of the most important is that life of a diabetic can be really tough. Never being able to relax, ups and downs, what worked yesterday doesn’t work today. Tammsvik and its surroundings puts a smile on every face. That’s why.