Modern conferences and meetings in historical surroundings
It is now possible to hold meetings and conferences in the many beautiful, elegant historical rooms in the delightful surroundings of the palace, with high ceilings and the most wonderful view of Bernstorff Palace Garden.
Meetings are held in the spacious, fully modernised rooms of the historical buildings of Kavalergården within the palace grounds.
Bernstorff Palace and Kavalergården comprise 21 rooms, a host of meeting rooms of all sizes for a few and up to 150 people, and the fantastic Palace Restaurant with beautiful vaulted ceilings and room for approximately 150 people.
Bernstorff Palace Garden also provides the ideal surroundings for team building activities. Or you can take a brisk walk around Queen Louise’s historical rose garden with the Tea House and the greenhouse; the Orangery. We will be pleased to arrange a coffee break here or offer you a picnic basket to take with you.
The park also has several historical monuments and graves.
The yellow Swedish Villa, a classic example of Swedish wooden house building, is close to Bernstorff Palace. The villa was originally bought as accommodation for the royal couple’s guests. Today it is run by the Swedish Villa Foundation as an arts house and café and various art exhibitions are held there.