Sumptuous meals in a delightfully hospitable setting
Welcome to Seskarö Wärdshus, on the island of Seskarö – the Pearl of the Bay of Bothnia.
We offer a selection of authentic Norrbotten delicacies and modern classics. Seskarö Wärdshus accommodates 100 guests in a relaxing and tastefully traditional setting.
We have chosen a modern yet timeless decor for the dining room without compromising on the cozy, intimate atmosphere.
Seskarö Wärdshus opened in 1977. Anders and Lisbeth Borg have operated the restaurant since 1999.
A gourmet restaurant where genuine local delights are mixed with new food art and classic in a contemporary setting. White Guide Restaurant.
Industrivägen 1, 953 94 Seskarö
Seskarö (Finnish Seittenkaari) is a settlement area and a 20 km2 island in the Haparanda archipelago. Seskarö is situated about 25 kilometers southeast of Haparanda. The island is also referred to as the Pearl of the Bay of Bothnia.
The natural surroundings consist largely of pine health as well as areas of spruce and deciduous forest. Excellent bathing beaches are to be found, above all, on the south side of the island, and the bay has a natural harbor, allowing access to larger boats for landing near the beach. On the northwest side of the island, the bay of Sammakkoviken also has beautiful sandy beaches.
The campground, with caravan berths, rental cabins, and seaside bathing facilities, is on Tromsöviken. Bridges linking the island with the mainland via several smaller islands were built in 1978. There are about 530 permanent residents.