Vagabond for a night

You live in beautifully designed, traditional Gypsy Wagons. Eat your breakfast in our nice dining hall. Showers and bathrooms are just around the corner.


10% off!

Book 2 nights or more and get 10 % off.We have wagons for 1-4 persons. Breakfast is always included. We also have a pavilion suited for disabled persons.


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Welcome to our unique hotel at the very south of Sweden! Give us a call if you have any question.

Neither swimming pool nor hotel room

But a new way of spending your holiday

Picture yourself falling asleep while listening to the songs of leafy trees beneath the summer stars in a traditional and delicately decorated Gypsy Wagon, on soft mattresses with fresh sheets, eiderdowns and cosy pillows. Maybe after nice meal in our restaurant and some time spent by the glimmering campfire. Then waking up to a breakfast with tasty coffee and deliciously fresh bread from the famous local baker.

All of this can be found in Örmölla’s beautiful old school in Abbekås, by the long sandy beaches in the southernmost part of Skåne. The former school building has been newly fitted-up with a fully licenced restaurant, showers, bathrooms and all other modern conveniences needed for a comfortable vacation. The building has also been designed for disabled persons where needed and we have a pavilion suited for disabled persons

We who have launched and own the hotel are two actors, who have toured from Boliden in the far north of Sweden to the desert city of Timbuktu in Mali in the south. We have seen many places in the world, often living a vagabonding life, staying at countless hotels most of which did not leave behind any deeper mark. But there were some gems. – That is the kind of hotel we now have created!

Since we also have our own theatre in the house - Teater Kapija - we occasionally give our own performances and arrange special guest performances and concerts. We work together with many artists and creative friends who have the ability to surprise ourselves as well as our guests.

Now we invite the world to us. And to give you more than just shelter for the night. You are more than welcome to dream your own magical dreams in our beautiful Vagabond wagons.

Janna Eriksson & Mladen Puric´
Actors and hotel managers


A nice breakfast is always included in our prices. In the evenings the restaurant is open where we serve delicious, homemade dishes made from carefully selected products. You will find several showers and bathrooms in our main buildings directly adjacent to the wagons.

We have two types of wagons: Double wagon for 2 persons and Family wagon for 2 adults and 2 children.

We also have a Family room, a pavilion, for 4  persons, with a double bed and a bunk bed. This room is suited for disabled.

Peak Season 1 July to 20 August
Double Wagon, 2 persons1 290 SEK/night
Family Wagon, 2 adults 2 children1 950 SEK/night
Family pavilion suited for disabled, 4 persons2 010 SEK/night

Low Season 1 May to 30 June and 21 Aug to 3 Sept
Double Wagon, 2 persons1 160 SEK/night
Family Wagon, 2 adults 2 children1 760 SEK/night
Family Pavilion suited for disabled, 4 persons1 810 SEK/night

10% off!

Book 2 nights or more and get 10% off!


Here you can book directly

Give us a call or write a few lines if you have any questions. See you!

Address: Hotell Vagabond
Örmölla 321
274 56 Abbekås, Sverige
Janna direct: +46 (0) 70-740 18 61
Mladen direct: +46 (0) 70-740 17 61

A great big thank you!

– To all of you who have made this possible

Our Vagabond project originated from a theatre idea and is the combination of a culture and business enterprise. We would not have been able to carry it out without the enthusiasm and financial support of a the following people, companies and institutions:

Flügger färg CN färcenter i Ystad
Skurups kakelmagasin
Bösarps grus och torrbruk
Norrlycke glas i Skurup
Penpower Media AB
Bengt Ericsson
Victor Bove
Ulf Andersson
Niclas Paulsson
Skurups kommun
HS snickerier
Jan-Erik Persson
Jeanette Bohman
Lenamaria Girardon
Per-Henrik Fredriksson
Kalle Dinell
Maholms gård

A special thank you to Gilles Girardon who showed us the way.