At first glance, Hotel Saxkjøbing, located by the town square of one a historic town on the island of Lolland, may not seem all that different from many of nation’s country hospitality offerings. But its co-owner is one of Denmark’s most famous culinary entrepreneurs, co-founder of restaurant Noma, Claus Meyer, who is a native of the island. The hotel restaurant is dedicated to local produce, or the ‘Taste of Lolland’, as their website says – simple and honest country cuisine with a New Nordic twist. The hotel hosts regular ‘folk kitchens’ throughout the summer season where top chefs from Copenhagen and beyond serve affordable fine cuisine with local flavour.
Read more about the Lolland-Falster archipelago here.