The 4-star Bandholm Hotel is idyllically located on the north coast of Lolland, in the town of Bandholm with a view to the Småland Sea. The historic hotel from 1886 is gently and beautifully renovated, preserving the soul and history of the hotel.
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Idyllic hotel at the sea
At Bandholm Hotel, besides relaxing in a beautiful setting, its possible to bathe and go for nice walks. The area offers fresh sea air, wavelaps and sea view. Bandholm is a cozy old town with warehouses and idyllic yellow half-timbered houses.
In the summer, hundreds of guests are serviced daily at the big terrace with pagoda tents, outdoor kitchen, bar, as well as a popular ice cream parlor. Inside,it is all year round possible to enjoy the beautifully decorated restaurant-, bar-,and lounge environment with handmade wallpapers, chandeliers, and fire in the fireplace, when the weather is suitable.
Plenty of experiences at Lolland
Right besides the hotel is Knuthenborg Safaripark, which every year attracts thousands of guests to the area. Within a few miles there is the amusement centre Lalandia, as well as other attractions, such as manors and museums.
From Bandholm there are daily ferry departures for Askø/Lilleø, here its possible to experience life in some of Denmarks many small islands.
Bandholm Hotel is an excellent base, from which to explore Lolland-Falster.
About the history of the town and the hote
Bandholm Hotel has its starting point in the life, which over the years has been in and around Bandholm town. Here the harbour has been the natural centre ever since the Middle Ages. The original old inn was appointed as royally priveledged in 1682.
In the middle of the 18th century there was a blossoming of the town, because of the discharging of grain and other farming articles from the harbour. That blossoming can be difficult to see today, but still it is part of how the town and the hotel has achieved their special identity and romantic style.
At its largest, the town had 53 shops.There were several banks, three groceries, a handfull of tailors and by the way; two hotels, of which Bandholm Hotel was considered the most distinguished and respectable.
Through the main street, there were more grain stores, of which Hvedemagasinet today is a well preserved example, well worth a visit.
The history of Bandholm is also closely connected to Knuthenborg, which has owned the main part of the town, including the harbor, still in the possession of Knuthenborg, together with other houses in town.
During a period of years Bandholm Hotel has been owned by Knuthenborg, also in 1886, when the present noble main building was built. A town and a hotel with much history.