Merløsegaard Manor dates back to 1676 and is an ideal venue for small parties, conferences or couples who enjoy a stay at a manor house in peace and quiet and close to nature.
The main building was rebuilt following a fire in 1928 and laid out in the English country style with large and light rooms, all viewing to the English-inspired gardens. The property is sited in a hilly countryside, perfect for long walks. The area is rich in wildlife, including partridges, hares, pheasants and deer. In the evening, a couple of owls can be seen in the floodlit oak trees.
Breakfast includes local specialities and is served in the beautiful dining room seating eighteen guests. Double doors open into a charming drawing room with a television and onto the east-facing patio. Dinner can be served by prior arrangement.
In one of the granite outbuildings the 90-square-metre interior has been given a rustic look with an open fireplace, hunting trophies on the walls and tables cut from whole trunks of oak. The room seats approx. 40 guests.
Merløsegaard has six romantic rooms on the first floor of the main building and three rooms in the old land steward's house which also has a sitting room with an open fireplace, a kitchen-dining room, bath/toilet and a separate patio in the rose garden. Special garden roses are on sale.