10 unusual places to stay in Denmark
Yes, there are fantastic hotels in Denmark. But how about staying somewhere weird and wonderful on your next visit to Denmark? Spend the night in a prison hotel or a week in a Stone Age village. You can even stay in a lighthouse or on the road with your family on a relaxed prairie wagon holiday. Our guide to unusual places to stay in Denmark contains ideas for different budgets, including camping in Mongolian yurts and boat hotels in Copenhagen harbour, making a unique holiday in Denmark easy!
See Copenhagen from a harbour boat hotel
Bunken Strand Camping
Camping-site situated in Bunken Klitplantage and directly to the Kattegat-ocean....
Central Hotel og Café
This is Copenhagen's smallest coffee shop. Here are just five seats, if you count the seats the window in.
The delicious coffee is from The Coffee Collective and the tiny coffee shop also has a selec...
Den Gamle Arrest - Ribe
The Old Jailhouse in Ribe is just opposite the cathedral. The former prisoncells have been converted into charming, simply furnished double bedrooms.
11 double rooms. The special bridal suite plus 3 ...
Dragsholm Slot - Hotel
Welcome to Dragsholm Castle. The past, present and future meet at Dragsholm Slot, with enjoyment that brings landscape, gastronomy – and not least history – into harmony.
The castle, one of the olde...
Horses and prairie wagons hire
Horses and prairie wagons hire by appointment. Max. 5 Persons per wagon....
Land of Legends - the land you must explore
Land of Legends is the land you must explore. It is a 106 acre archaeological open air museum located in the Lejre Municipality, few kilometers west of Roskilde.
Land of Legends comprises reconstruc...
Skandinavisk Dyrepark Djursland - Eastjutland
…people are also welcome
In the middle of Djursland is Denmark’s most natural wildlife park, where there is lots of space for both animals and people and where the animals always...
The Lighthouse Hanstholm Fyr in Thy National Park
The lighthouse was built in 1843 and converted to electrial power in 1889. It was the first dioptric light in Denmark, and for a while the world´s most powerful lighthouse.