Henne Kirkeby Kro

Located a hop and a skip from the wide-open sandy west coast, Henne Kirkeby Kro is an exclusively modernised 300-year-old thatched inn that prides itself of offering some of the nation’s top gourmet dining.

Ti trin ned

The name Ti trin ned (literally, ‘Ten steps Under/Down') refers to the location of the vaulted basement restaurant in the historic coastal town of Fredericia – although, critics have noted that the restaurant is actually 12 steps below street level.


Literally located at the foot of the rolling downs of the Mols Bjerg National Park north of the city of Aarhus, Molskroen is a classic timber-framed wayside inn – with a contemporary feel.


Shielded from the sea breeze by grassy sand dunes and pine forest, the thatched heritage farm, Strandgaarden (literally, ‘The Beach Farm’) on the island of Læsø offers modern chalet accommodation and gratifying gourmet dining – even the breakfast is homemade and locally sourced.

Villa Vest

With waves lapping at the restaurant door and with its dreamy sunset vistas, Villa Vest (i.e. Villa West) offers a true lands-end feeling. Located in the seaside town of Lønstrup close to some of Scandinavia’s mightiest drifting sand dunes and the romantically sand-engulfed Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse, the restaurant is uniquely set in some of Denmark’s most magnificent nature.

Skagen’s seaside hotels

In 2013, CNN Travel hailed the romantic beachscapes of Skagen as one of the world’s 100 top seaside destinations. But gourmet dining at classic seaside hotels is another inspired reason to visit Denmark’s northernmost town. Ruths Hotel is nestled in the picturesque Old Skagen (Højen). Until recently, the hotel restaurant, Ruths Gourmet, has served fine French cuisine.

Schackenborg Slotskro

A picture-postcard village with thatched cottages, Møgeltønder in South Jutland is home to the Queen of Denmark’s youngest son, Prince Joachim. The tree-lined cobbled village lane is also the location of a 300-year-old heritage wayside inn of royal license, Schackenborg Slotskro.

Kokkedal Castle Copenhagen

The heritage castle from the 1800s originally dates back to 1746 where it was erected on an estate belonging to the royal country residence of Hirschholm Castle, which was demolished in 1810 following the illustrious and scandalous ‘Royal Affair’ between a Danish queen and the king’s physician (featured in the award-winning 2012 movie The Royal Affair directed by Nikolaj Arcel).

Hindsgavl Castle

Hindsgavl Castle privat is a historic destination located on the island of Funen. In 1814, during the Napoleonic Wars, King Frederik VI of Denmark surrendered sovereignty of Norway to Sweden at this very castle. In 2014, the castle celebrates the bicentennial of this historic event. The castle itself dates back to 1231.

Broholm Castle

Perhaps one of the most romantic of castle destinations in Denmark, the 350-year-old Broholm Castle on the island of Funen offers heritage junior suites. The castle estate features a “fairytale walk” and the castle even lends its name to its own apple variety and breed of dogs, the Broholmer.

Dine like a prince

A royal experience at castles and manors

A kingdom with 1,000 years of royal history, Denmark has many manors and castles. A great many are open to the public and you can even dine and stay like royalty at castle hotels nationwide. Watching the sunrise over a heritage estate is a true royal experience.

Pubs and town life in Middelfart

Whether you are at a conference in Middelfart, on holiday, or a local, you will find several options for a fun night out. Guldkronen, Denmark's only 5-star pub, is situated in the pedestrian street in Middelfart, and has a cozy atmosphere in the old cultural facilities - and Guldkronen is a large part of the cultural history of Middelfart.
There is also a range of other activities; a walk along the lovely waterfront, bowling, cinema and much more. Be inspired below.

Eat to your heart's content at a food festival in Denmark!

Food Festivals in Denmark

Denmark is now an international food hotspot, with award-winning chefs, award-winning restaurants and new food trends sweeping Danish cities like Copenhagen and Aarhus. Interest in all things Danish food has meant that even traditional Danish dishes, such as the famous smørrebrød (open sandwich), has enjoyed a modern revival. But Nordic food is more than just fancy eateries and famous names.

Copenhagen Jazz festival in Denmark

Copenhagen festivals

Copenhagen is full of festivals throughout the year. Music, film, food, art, comedy - the Danish capital has an event for everyone. Here's a selection of great festivals taking place in Copenhagen this year.

Do Local Food, dining, eating, restaurants, Middelfart, Lillebælt

Eating out in Middelfart

Have a total break and treat yourself to good food at one of the popular restaurants in the area. Middelfart offers everything from 5-star gourmet restaurants to cafés and inns. Here they serve exciting culinary experiences with seasonal local produce and the Danish cuisine can be experienced with a dash of international inspiration.

medieval food

Medieval food

What did they eat in the Middle Ages? Find out by visiting inns and restaurants serving old nordic food.

Farm shops

Apples and pears from Fejø, carrots from Lammefjorden, home made salamis, fresh honey and much more. We have listed a number of farm shops where you can buy fresh products direct from the producers.

Order a hamper

Whether you're looking for a gift for the hostess or just want to spoil yourself, one of the farm shops below is the place to look. They will put together a delicious hamper containing local products just as you wish.

Micro breweries in Zealand, Møn and Lolland

Historic recepees, new tastes and a genuine castle brewery - in Zealand, Møn and Lolland you find all sorts of micro breweries. Take part in beer brewing at Søkildegaard, taste an asparagus beer from Herslev Brewery or try the gold medal winning Rauch Bier from Krenkerup Estate. Cheers!