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2. Wind beneath your wings

3. Adventurous idyll

Nordic Food Recipe

Mussels 

1 kg mussels 
1 garlic clove
½ l. apple juice 
1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar 
1 tbsp. rapeseed oil 

Hotel Saxkjøbing

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.

Restanurant Babette

The restaurant takes its name from Babette’s Feast, the novel by legendary Danish author Karen Blixen in which a sumptuous French-inspired meal is served to unappreciative Danish country locals.

Hotel Frederiksminde

A graceful turn-of-the-century manor offering views of the Sealand east coast – Hotel Frederiksminde is a perfect stopover for travellers heading from Copenhagen to the island of Møn.

Restaurant Kadeau

Wild coastal herbs and homegrown vegetables from Bornholm are among the locavore treasures that have made restaurant Kadeau Bornholm a hot ticket.

Stammershalle Badehotel

Perched on the craggy northern coast of the Baltic island of Bornholm, Stammershalle Badehotel is a classic seaside hotel from 1911 set in open nature and with views to the sea and the Christ

Restaurent Lieffroy

A stone’s throw from the sandy beaches of Nyborg by the east coast of Funen and surrounded by leafy forest, Restaurant Lieffroy is headed by the father-and-son team Jean-Louise and Patrick Lieffroy, who previously helmed the kitchen at Falsled Kro on the southern shores of the island (see this c

Falsled Kro

A few hundred yards from the tiny Falsled fishing harbour on the southern Funen coast the whitewashed, thatched Falsled Kro is one of Denmark’s most renowned gourmet inns, serving French inspired cuisine.

Located a hop and a skip from the wide-open sandy west coast, Henne Kirkeby Kro is an exclusivel

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 not

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 a

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.

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.

A picture-postcard village with thatched cottages, Møgeltønder in South Jutland is home to the Queen of Denmark’s youngest son, Prince Joachim. The tr

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 Dan

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