Wednesday, 6 July 2011


Welcome to the nice and handy little town Nyköping, more known to a lot of people as being the town closest to Skavsta AirportHellmanska Gården is a cafe, shop and bakery in the middle of town! (Västra Storgatan 30). Genuine and lovely atmosphere in the courtyard garden, buy some newly baked bread to take away with you. They also have a well stocked kitchen- and gift shop! Inspiring!
The courtyard cafe at Hellmanska Gården.
Vita Rum (The White Rooms) on Östra Storgatan has a nice mix of romantic interior design accessories as well as children's nightwear etc .....
Most things are white at Vita Rum but they also have blues, pinks and cream.
Possings Möbler (Possings Furniture) on Östra Storgatan has a quirky mix of contemporary interior design and fashion! Unusual and personal!
Kanel (Cinnamon) on the same street has the mix of clothes and interior design that Scandinavian (and the British) love so much (a mix of danish and dutch interior design and fashion).
Trendy danish wellies etc at Kanel.
My favourite shop on this street was/is without doubt "Rut & Signe" named after the owners both grandmothers! A lovely mix of "shabby chic" interior- and garden design.
More from Rut & Signe.
Cute old wooden house at the end of Östra Storgatan.
Do visit the "Hantverksgruppen" in the harbour area. Arts and crafts as its best.
On the road towards Katrineholm (when you drive from Nyköping) you will find Ingvaldstorps Trädgårdsodling (Garden Center and Nursery). They grow a variety of more or less unusual plants and their speciality are Geraniums.
Before you get to Ingvaldstorp you will pass this wonderful place. They specialize in growing organic tomatoes and cucumbers. They also run a cafe, and sell plants, bread, sheep skins, marmalade oasis to relax in.
The shop at Ändebols Gård...
Try their "Närmacka" ("Local" sandwich). Which consists of home baked bread, homegrown vegetables and local cheese. Very fresh and yummy!
Last but not least! Visit NK Villan by the river. The famous department store NK in Stockholm use to produce their furniture here in the past. Now it is a small museum, restaurant and art gallery.

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