Thank you guys for the good hospitality Dating back to 1888, this inn is located on the island of Ærø, 3.1 miles from Ærøskøbing town centre.
The Manor House stands right next to Middle Age castle mounds dating back to the 1100's.History emanates from this spot - which also has its own "white lady" and bears witness to Ærø's past under the duchies.Bregninge Church Bregninge was originally a roman Romanesque church from the 1200s with monumental Gothic arches built in the late 1400s.The impressive steeple of the tower (characteristic of easte... The church was enlarged by a transept in 1772 and by a steeple in 1920, erected on the occasion of the...Small boats can be rented directly across the street from the inn.
The Manor House was built by Duke Hans the Younger in 1580.
Brightly colored beach huts dot the town’s scenic shores while Ærøskøbing’s lovely town square is home to local Den Gamle Købmandsgaard, a farmer’s market showcasing the best in local island produce.
Located in North Zealand in an area often referred to as the Danish Riviera, Hornbæk is an idyllic seaside town and resort just a short distance from the shores of neighboring Sweden.
Søby and Marstal town centres are both 7.5 miles away.
Area activities include fishing, horseback riding and hiking in the scenic surroundings.
Guests can enjoy a daily breakfast, an à la carte dinner menu, along with packed lunches on request.