Sandhamns Värdshus
A watering hole for landlubbers, sailors and residents of the archipelago

Sandhamns Värdshus has a long tradition as the Stockholm archipelago’s watering hole. People came here to quench their thirst after a hard days work.

The first summer guests starting dropping by as early as the 1850s, and the restaurant has been in its present-day form since the beginning of the 20th century. Just like in the old days, people come here to be entertained on the hostel’s veranda with its fantastic views over the harbour and sea beyond.


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Always at Sandhamns Värdshus
Our favorits thats always served

in the pub and the restaurant

Evening menu
Served evening time in our restaurant, from 17.00 

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Wine list

Sandhamns Värdshus 2016 (PDF)


The restaurant is open almost all year round, including weekdays and weekends. Our tasty gourmet meals are often inspired by the delicacies of the sea. If you have a special meal in mind, don’t hesitate to let us know. We’ll do what we can to fulfil your wishes.

Naturally, we look forward to hosting both large and large groups for all types of festivities. Just remember to let us know in good time because our restaurant is very popular.

To book, call +46 (0) 8 571 530 51 or mail us at


Collage - pictures from the terrace, a plate of harröröra and a view from inside the restaurant.

On the ground floor of the hotel is our welcoming pub, where you can enjoy lunch in a warm and friendly local atmosphere. Lunch of the day is served between 11:00 and 14:00 and you can also choose from the restaurant’s a la carte menu. And, of course, you can also just drop in for a pint of beer any time you feel like it.

Collage - picture of a busy bartender, and a happy guest holding a beer.


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Events on Sandhamns Värdshus


Dont miss the spring finale of Bello and Saras quiz nights, this thursday the 19th of april
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