The castle offers a variety of accomodation possibilities in 17 rooms - all differing in size and arrangements - located on two levels, and in the tower. Every room is named after one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy-tales, with the entrance door suitably illustrated. The furnishing is at once simple but romantic. All rooms have bathroom facilities and can be used as double or single. Some rooms can be used as family rooms.
In total the castle can potentially sleep 44 guests.
The top of the tower houses the bridal-room, with a view to all four corners of the world.
At the top floor of the castle are two lovely suites, "Kvisten" (The Attic Room) and "Dueslaget" (The Pigeonry).
On the gound floor there are five rooms of differing sizes:
”Havestuen” (The Garden Room)
”Svanesøen” (The Swan Lake)
”Svigermors Kabinet” (Mother-in-law's Cabinet)
”Baronens Kontor” (The Baron's Office)
Every room has its own distinctive character, but all contain the original wall panelling, stucco and ceiling frescos. The floors are the old wooden planks, sanded and treated with natural soap flakes.
In The Baron's Office it is possible to watch television and video on a big screen. We also offer the possibility to make use of the Internet.
The Garden Room can host parties of up to 36 people. The other rooms can take smaller parties.
The whole ground floor is very suitable for corporate courses and seminars, with a main room and smaller group rooms.
In the basement of the castle with direct exit to the garden you find our very rustic "Karen Blixen" café with the possibility of bar and dancing. The café is open during the summer and often used for courses in the winter.