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Reviewed 5 June 2019

When you order a vacation on a Castle hotel you expect to get a room in the Castle.
We did not. The room was okay with a fine view over the garden.
It was in a newer building with old looking furniture. Not ok.
So if you want to accomodate in the 6 rooms in the Castle. Ask for it.

Room tip: Ask for room in The Castle.
Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank krusefano
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Reviewed 21 January 2019 via mobile

Had the pleasure to attended a full-day seminar on a sunny day in June. A cosy place in situated in nice surroundings. The conference room were good with ok seatings as well as the acoustics. The food, lunch, was not overwhelming but adequate. Well cooked and nicely presented.

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank springbank
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Reviewed 12 July 2018

We stayed two nights and had a Bridal Room in the main building. The room was very small, so small that we spoke with the manager thinking that we were given the wrong room type. However, the hotel manager said that the (pink roses) room was the correct category. The room was a bit worn out but it did have a large bathroom with a clawfoot tub/shower. Both the bathroom and bedroom had windows overlooking the backyard patio and lawn. The indoor swimming pool is on the opposite end of the hotel and downstairs in the newer hotel wing. It's a tiny pool and there is a sauna room. We had dinner both nights in the hotel and the meals and service were excellent. There is one waiter who also checked us into the hotel - he works very, very hard and made our stay a pleasure.

Date of stay: May 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank danwen888
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Reviewed 24 June 2017

This hotel put itself on airs and we actually don't see any reason they should.

Common areas are over decorated, full of furniture pretending to be fancy and antique, but are just old and tacky. But anyway this could depend on one's personal taste.

Then the room. Small, very small, hot as you cannot imagine (almost impossible to sleep, and outside temperature was only 20°) and the bed and pillows uncomfortable as I never found before.

The breakfast. Poor and absolutely overpriced. It is only worth it because you have absolutely none other option in sourranding area. But it is poor, very poor, with almost not variety and when something just run out of stock, the time to make it available again is loooooong ...

The service. We saw few people but only talked to two persons: the guy who gave us the key of the room (the restaurant's waiter), who was kind but told us where was the room and nothing more. And last day some lady in administration. Do you know when someone is smiling you but what you feel is actually a crude rudeness? That was my feeling. She wasn't impolite and always with a wide smile, but all I could feel was rudeness and airs. It was uncomfortable and disgusting. And we didn't see the cleaning people, but we did see the same dead clothes moth in the floor of the room for the whole three days.

The environment. Wonderful. The surrounding forests and the garden. The garden is so so beautiful and peaceful, I could stay there for days just wandering. Sadly our room was one of the very few facing some inside patio despite the hotel seemed to have plenty of free rooms. And the only one without a garden table in the little terrace.

Room tip: Ask for a room over the garden
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank elMoco
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Located near attractions such as the Kronborg and Frederiksborg Castle. More or less every room were decorated for Christmas, too mush for my taste! The style is old fashion regarding the interior, but I guess it fit the desired style.
Participating in a seminar at the place we had the pleasure to eat lunch (therefor I do not know the price of food). Food were ok, a lunch buffet, fresh and well prepared. Friendly observant service. Lovely outdoor environment
The castle was completed in 1914 and built by a so-called "goulash baron", a man who knew how to make money as a merchant in World War One delivering food to the belligerents countries.
Overall a good experience.

Date of stay: November 2016
Trip type: Travelled on business
6  Thank springbank
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