We spent one night at Slangrupgaard hotel in Fakse Ladeplads in Denmark when we were on our way from Germany to Copenhagen. When I was looking at hotels in this area this lovely old farm with a straw-roof caught my attention. I had always wanted to stay in the Danish countryside and staying in such an old house seemed really appealing to me. The hotel is located close to Fakse Ladeplads and Slangerup villages and there is only a short drive to Slangerup where we found a supermarket and some shops. On arrival we were shown the room - it was a medium sized cosy room, old, but with Wifi and a flat screen TV. We checked out the surrounding areas which were really idyllic with rabbits and horses behind a fence and cats roaming around. One of which was really cuddly, totally white and fluffy with one blue eye and one brown eye - it kept coming up to me to be cuddled, really cute :) The hotel is family run and what I gather from their website then it is a conference hotel.In the vicinity is the Faxe Limestone Quarry which is worth a visit.
We had quite an enjoyable stay at this lovely country hotel :)More