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Reviewed August 6, 2016 via mobile

Had a wonderful stay with my girlfriend the food was amazing both breakfast and dinner.. The service was great and we had a perfect weekend at the castle in great historical surroundings.. Definitely worth a visit.. Even just for the food and the sight..

Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Alexander B
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Reviewed July 29, 2016

Indeed it is very beautiful and the kitchen offers very good food but we have some remarks :
1. choice in the restaurant is very little
2. prizes are rather high
3. we had room number 9 and the bathroom was heated in the middle of the summer and the staff was not able to turn it of. So we couldn't use our bathroom with its beautiful bath but had to keep the door shut as much as possible because the room was also very hot and difficult to cool
To be checked as you enter this room on a hot summer day!

Room Tip: Check if the heating is turned of while you enter a room...
  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Eddy L
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Reviewed June 14, 2016

Broholm is a charming seventeenth-century manor house (it's named "castle" in the marketing literature, but it's not a fortified building), surrounded by two lily-filled moats. Our room was small but comfortable, and quiet despite being right off a stairwell and having other rooms very close by. (Broholm accommodates only about 20 guests, so it tends to be a quiet place.) Our bathroom floor was automatically heated, which seemed to make the bedroom area a bit too warm, especially as temperatures were in the seventies during our stay in late May/early June.) A fan could probably have fixed that problem, though we didn't request one and were able to sleep at night without one. Guests have to walk outside to reach the dining room and the rooms where afternoon tea is served. We were fortunate to have sunny days for our entire stay in Fyn, but umbrellas are parked next to front doors, just in case. The breakfast buffet was sumptuous and dinners were gourmet delights. The dinner menu was limited to a few choice dishes and remained the same for the month. Afternoon tea is served in one of the magnificent old rooms. I asked for ginger tea and was delighted to be offered actual slices of fresh ginger. The local pastry was much too scrummy - as are all pastries made in Danish bakeries. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. I want to thank them all by name: Anne, Nanne, Kenneth, Natasha, Sylvia, Niels, and Kim, the chef. Broholm is well situated for visiting Fyn, a delightful island, brimming with historic and rural interest. You can walk all round the manor house, through the surrounding woods, but wear walking shoes because the ground is muddy in places. There is a wonderful museum at the back of the manor house, a small, brick building that overflows with a huge collection of iron and stone age artifacts discovered on the farmland around the manor house in the late nineteenth century and organized by one of Broholm's owners. It's an absolutely astonishing must-see. The reception area is also the gift shop, which is worth a visit too. Broholm is definitely one of the most delightful hotels I've ever stayed at.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Maggie L
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Reviewed January 24, 2016

Broholm manor house – or in Danish “Castle” – is a small hotel in an impressive building from the 17th century. Though it is not the most beautiful or romantic “castle” I have stayed in and in that respect far behind the former Stensgaard Herregaard, run by the same management.

Let’s take the best part: the food.

Afternoon cake was delicious and the dinner with mainly local produce was thoroughly gourmet.

During the five course meal, everything was superb. Somewhat rustic – which is a big praise here. Scallops, cod, duck croquette, roasted fallow with morels and a nice ice/chocolate cake combination. The main dish was surprisingly big considering it was dish no. four. But I don’t complain. Service was fine and the speed of serving – which we could adjust ourselves – was perfect. The price for the menu is decent, the quality taken into consideration.

Back to the hotel part:

Location is so-so in a farmer area. There are no obviously places to have a promenade, which is a shame.

Our room was nice in a consequent old style with fine new bathroom. The room was rather small and we missed at least one comfy chair. It was somewhat annoying, that you hear many sounds from the stairway just outside and from rooms above.

Internal logistics is not optimal. You have to go outside when going between room, saloons and restaurant. At least there are umbrella supplied at most exit doors.

Several saloons are for the guests’ disposal, generally nice and old, but the style is not consistent. One room has half modern chesterfields, another modern dining room.
Hotel service was so-so.

The welcome part was somewhat nonchalant, and at checkout they forgot the agreed offseason discount. It was fixed, but with no excuse.

Overall price is acceptable for a manor house, but their weekend surcharge of 700 d.kr. for the room is insolent high. This means that private couples/families coming during the weekend pays much more than companies during weekdays.

3 stars for accommodation and 5 for the food.

  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Torben A
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Reviewed October 13, 2015

This place has some really lovely rooms. In e tiwer with privat bath, all individually decorated. In the old part of the castle beautiful rooms but with shared bath. Love sitting room with lots of historical things on display. The food is to die for! All made locally and from local farmers. Breakfast was super and dinner at night absolutely excellent! This place is a must!

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank Gunnar N
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