The Kockska house is an old town house which has even seen Linneus (Linné) as a visitor in the 18th century during his "Skåne tour" (when he categorised plants he made tours of the various parts of Sweden and commented on what he saw). Don't expect the same historical atmosphere today because of the old exterior - the hotel has been modernised afterwards but the interesting thing is that it hasn't for a while now, so things like the staircase and the wall lights look quite Swedish 50s and 60s in the reception area which reminds me of my childhood. The rooms have not been modernised in a while either but beds are comfy and bathrooms new. They have TV but cable only in the lobby. The location is good in the town centre with walking distance to everything and should you have small children, you can borrow a "cart" to pull them in for a walk to the beach. In summer, you can have breakfast in the garden. The owners also did everything they could to make our stay pleasant.
Directions: The upper part of Storgatan, passed the town square.