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Reviewed 28 July 2016

We stayed here for two nights, you can either choose a room in the castle or one in the out buildings which has it's own terrace. We opted for the latter as we wanted to sit outside. I can't comment on the rooms in the actual castle but our room was a bit tired looking and the bathroom could do with an updates. Bath towels were not very luxurious. The room was quite pricey and so I would expect more for my money.
The grounds are very beautiful and there is a lovely walk to a windswept beach full or wildlife. We woke to the sound of a cuckoo in the mornings. The food here is a real treat, we ate once in the basserie and once in the main restaurant, amazing food.
My only gripe was fighting with a waitress to be able to take lunch on the terrace, quite a battle but got our way in the end!!
Not much to do here if it rains though.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank carmellasoprano
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Reviewed 21 July 2016

My wife and I stayed here on a recent trip to Denmark and found the hotel quaint and very pleasant. Place is really well run and in the middle of nowhere but the grounds and the countryside around are very attractive. A major plus is the stellar gourmet restaurant, though this is only open three days a week. We had a great time but this place is hard to find, even with GPS, over an hour from Copenhagen and expensive, so it requires some commitment.

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank bryan c
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Reviewed 14 June 2016 via mobile

We were here for Anniversary party and had a lovely time. The accommodations were great with beautiful vice of the fields. The Rhododendron gardens were spectacular. The food was wonderful, fresh and made the dinner party unique event. We had a great tour before our event and loved learning all about the history and even the ghosts that show up (we were not haunted by any). Thank you for making this a highlight of our trip to Denmark!

Date of stay: June 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank SuzBob2011
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Reviewed 10 June 2016 via mobile

We were there the weekend of the castle's anniversary celebration. Our dinner at the restaurant in the super cool basement was an exquisite, aesthetic experience. I still dream of the creativity and the tastes -- even the herbed butter was beyond.

There was a wedding with fireworks that same night and we were treated to fireworks that we watched from the castle parapets. We played cards until late, late at night (seriously hoping to meet one of the ghosts -- this place is so authentic and unaffected) in one of the top-floor, paneled, common-rooms. We felt like Prof. Plum and Miss Scarlet in the drawing room with candlesticks (that were all lit).

The next day the owners and their children hosted the entire community to a party on the castle grounds. It was dreamy. Little girls lined up for flower wreaths made on the spot, just for their heads, vintage electric toy boats were set free in the moat, more divine food from the superb restaurant for all. It was spectacular act of generosity.

I would go back in a heartbeat. And it was not pricey. You get what you pay for -- castle bedrooms are always a little frumpy, though some rooms had already been renovated and brightened up. I thought the out-building rooms were lovely, too, and some had kitchenettes. I think you can have your dog there.

Simple and elegant modern design integrated perfectly into ancient old and fabulous design. A modern Danish Fanny and Alexander setting. Superb. Oh and the chapel could not be prettier.

A shot of the strawberry cart at the anniversary fest. Even one of the ghosts showed up. I kid you not. Tak:

Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank gollerk
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Reviewed 29 May 2016

We stayed overnight in this castle, some parts of which are 800 years old. It is frankly a bit shabby in places (hey 800 years!), but our room was modern and comfortable. We had a fine dinner in the more informal of the two onsite restaurants. After dinner, we wandered off to check out the various castle floors, the chapel, etc. and we came upon a glassed-over hole in the thick wall. Staff assured us what we saw there was real. We won't spoil your fun, you have to see it yourself and then you'll understand the root of the ghost stories that are attached to this place.

Room tip: Stay in the castle, not nearby building.
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Fitz339
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