Thursday, August 14, 2014

Svinkløv Badehotel, North Jutland

A Taste of Denmark.

Svinkløv Badehotel (Seaside Hotel) is one of the country's few intact relics from the fashionable seaside- and holiday life which became a must around the year 1900. The hotel is looking exactly like it was then, and the pretty main building is one of Denmark's biggest preserved wooden houses.


The position of the hotel is unique in a large preserved area and a beautiful nature far away from other habitation and less than 200 m from the North Sea.


All rooms are in light colours and Scandinavian interior  - and furthermore smokeless zones. The hotel is marked by alternative arts and crafts exhibitions. Svinkløv is famous for its excellent food, the cuisine has a very high standard with new menues and specialities every day.

photo: grethe bachmann


Teresa Evangeline said...

It looks like a wonderful place to spend some time ... lovely.

Thyra said...

Hej Teresa, I have been there once for coffee that was enough for me but very delicious, and the restaurant is so beautiful with white yellow and blue ( white furniture, yellow table cloth and blue-printed porcelain). But it is SO expensive for a stay. You'll see many wellknown Danish people up there.

But the surroundings are free and they are top. the plantation with lots of flora and fauna.

Can you see that I cannot find out how to manage my template. I've got such trouble in choosing. I change my mind all the time! to-morrow it might be something else.!!

Cheers to you and Buddy ´)

Out on the prairie said...

I like the old hotels like this, we shared many vacations like this as a family at the lake