We stayed at the "Marstrands Familje Camping" / "Marstrands Family Campground". This campground is located not on the island of Marstrand itself, but on the other side of the water at the island of Koön (which has a connecting road to the mainland). The campground is roughly a 20 - 30 minutes walk away from the ferry. Of course you could take the car towards the ferry, but as parking at the ferry area isn't that easy, and you need to pay for it as well, this short, rather pleasurable walk is a great alternative.
The campground is so-so. I can't say I was very excited about it, although in theory there is nothing wrong with it. Maybe it is very well described as 'boring' 'boring' 'boring'. Tents and caravans are located quite close to each other on a large field and there are no views as the campground is surrounded by trees. There is a little store at the entrance where you can buy some supplies, although not that much. The toilets are clean and quite new and so is the kitchen area. Just outside the kitchen area are a few tables, quite handy when travelling with a small tent and not having any tables and chairs with you.
The prices for the campground are quite high; I at least didn't think it was that cheap for what you are getting. On the bright side you are located very close to the ferry and to the island of Marstrand. It is a practical place to stay for the night, but I certainly wouldn't want to stay here for a longer period of time.
The campground is open from 14 April - 30 September, with full service: 18 June - 19 August. During high season a night at the campground will cost you 200 SEK which is approx. 31 USD / 21,50 EUR. You have to pay separately for the use of the showers and kitchen.
This hotel has 22 rooms, of wich 16 are double bedrooms: several have a balcony and a view overlooking the Paradise Park and the harbour. The rooms are stylish and all have an individual decor. All are equipped with a bathroom.
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