After our visit to The House of Glass we had lunch at the local inn, Limmareds Värdshus.
The inn was founded in 1962, after an old hotel in the village had been destroyed by fire, and a new restaurant was needed. The low building (2nd picture) was moved from another town and added as wing to the big house (1st picture), which was originally the residence of the managing director of the glassworks (but in 1962 owned by the municipality).
In the ceiling there are signs with proverbs.
“You should eat to live, not live to eat.”
“Eat little and say little, and you will have no regrets.”
(I have to say I’m not sure I ever actually heard the latter saying before.)
Wooden garden sculptures at the entrance.