Görväln House is a manor house at Järfälla Municipality in Stockholm County in Sweden.
Görväln House is located at Görväln, a bay of lake Mälaren. The manor is since 2008 used as a hotel and restaurant.
Görväln House is documented from the 1460s, when it was two farms, owned by the Archdiocese of Uppsala. After the Protestant Reformation in 1520, Görväln became a kronohemman, owned by King Johan III until 1571, when Johan III gave it away to the nobleman Antonius de Palma and his family. 1605–61 Görvälns was owned by the Swedish noble family Bjelke. During the Bjelke era the main building was lower on the connector than today. During Adolph John I's years as owner, a new main building was built.
It is now owned by Järfälla Municipality and functions as a bread and breakfast and offers brunch, and afternoon tea/coffee.