Skåne (German and obsolete Dutch: Schonen, Latin: Scania) is a landscape in the extreme south of Sweden. The landscape borders the Halland and Småland landscapes in the north and the Blekinge and Baltic Sea landscapes in the east. Skåne originally belonged to Denmark, but was handed over to Sweden at the Peace of Roskilde in 1658 together with Blekinge and Halland. Skåne is connected to Denmark by the Sound Bridge. The most important cities are Malmö, Lund, Helsingborg and Kristianstad. The place Ystad is known from the books of Henning Mankell. The name Skåne is pronounced Skone. This name was also used in Dutch (just like Skonen), but has fallen into disuse there.
The Skåne style will return in this room. You can follow the further developments and decoration of this room in our blog… ..
The Skåne room:
- located on the south
- for 2 adults and 2 children
- 2-person box spring
- bunk bed
- extra child's bed is possible