Mörner, in the author’s sign
This bright and attractive room in the main building’s entrance floor is ideal for the smaller conference or meeting. It is often also used as a group room.
The room is named after Count Birger Mörner, (1867-1930), who owned the castle in 1912-18. He wrote his book “Bråvalla Hus”.
Birger Mörner was a writer, diplomat, officer, and explorer and research traveller. He gathered during extensive missions around the world, preferentially old, rare and splendid books, often in Bibliofil and magnificence editions.
Mörners Book collection, which is stored at Örebro University, covers approximately 8000 bands (almost 200 shelves). The archive with manuscripts, letters and manuscript covers about 16 shelves.
Board Seating 8 persons
Whiteboard, Flipchart, projector (VGA & HDMI) with canvas, PC and WLAN speakers.
Pens, blocks, water and fruit
A conference for a day
24 hours conference
Conference with overnight stay
We have facilities to suit all parties