We look forward to welcome you
- To a delightful experience in our restaurant, with top-class service and wonderful atmosphere.
We have designed three restaurants, each with their own distinctive style, creating different settings and atmospheres and allowing our guests to choose the character and style that they prefer.
A meal is a culinary delight for all the senses. We therefore always prepare everything from scratch, using only the very best and freshest ingredients that the season can offer.
The kitchen takes the last orders at 21:30
Although furnished in simple café style with modern tables and chairs, this restaurant loses none of the cosy atmosphere that - together with the food - is of vital importance for a memorable eating-out-experience.
The restaurant has existed since 1977. On Friday and Saturday evenings it was incorporated into Discotheque, located at the time in the neighbouring room, Blue Skye West. The discotheque featured a genuine cockpit, salvaged from an old Jon Viking SAS Aircraft and converted into a DJ desk.
Although the restaurant is now fully refurnished, the original wooden flooring from 1977 has been preserved and is carefully looked after.
The starting point for this restaurant's decor was a grandfather clock and chandelier, both antique and both bought at auction. They gave us the idea of creating a restaurant with palatial atmosphere. Fabrics and furnishings which could fulfil this objective were subsequently acquired.
The result is light, romantic and charming – and we are not afraid to say that we have succeeded in creating a minimalist palatial atmosphere.
We decided on screened-off tables, allowing guests to dine more privately while still sensing the company of others. The restaurant is therefore also ideal for small meetings. We are renowned for our wines and offer cellar remnants at very attractive prices. Wine connoisseurs can find exceptional wines at affordable prices and make a very good buy.
Restaurant Pejsestuen has not always been a restaurant. The Danish word "pejsestue" means "living room with a fireplace". And this was originally a living room inviting you to calmness, relaxation and a brandy with your coffee.
But as the hotel was expanded with 40 rooms, it was also necessary to expand the restaurant, which lead to include this living room but still with a fireplace.
Therefore the inspiration to this room was to keep the relaxed and cosy atmosphere. This of course meant that we should have lots of comfortable leather chairs and typical English style was ensured with lamps, dark curtains and lots of books and small items bought at flea markets.
This restaurant offers direct access to a west-facing terrace where, in the summer months, guests can enjoy an aperitif before dinner or eat al fresco if the Danish weather permits.
Restaurant Pejsestuen is reserved for adult guests.