Restaurants and Hotels in Fyn, Denmark
In Fyn you can find a lot of hotels, inns, and restaurants. You can make arrangements to stay in one of Fyn’s many kroer (inns) by purchasing a packet of coupons valid at 79 inns. The islands also have numerous campsites and hotels, all clean and attractively located, but make your reservations early.
A half timbered building with a steep red roof, Ærøhus, looks like a rustic cottage on the outside, an old aunts’ house on the inside. Hanging pots and slanted interiors fill the living areas. Pine furniture and cheerful duvets keep the guest rooms simple and bright. The garden’s five cottages have small terraces. Address : Vestergade 38, DK-5970, tel. 62/52-10-03.
Located between Fåborg and Svendborg, this traditional inn is cluttered and comfortable. Pine tables are polished from years of serving hot stews and homemade mediste pølse (mild grilled sauce) and æggkage (fluffy omelet made with cream, smoked bacon, chives, and tomatoes). Address : Krovej 9, Vester Skerninge, tel. 62/24-10-04.
This 500 year old Falsled Kro is among Denmark’s most elegant inns. A favorite among well-heeled Europeans, it has appointed its cottages sumptuously with European antiques and stone fireplaces. The restaurant combines French and Danish cuisines, using ingredients from its garden and markets in Lyon. Address : Assensvej 513, DK-5642 Millinge, tel. 62/68-11-11.
This 700-year-old manor is located 7 kilometers northwest of Fåborg. The rooms are elegant, with antiques, four-poster beds and yards of silk damask. In the fine restaaurant, wild game is served from the manor’s own reserve. Address : Steensgaard 4, 5642 Millinge, tel. 62/61-94-90.
Rudolph Mathis in Kerteminde
This busy harbor-side restaurant is topped by two chimneys venting open grills that broil popular fish dishes such as catfish with butter, fennel, and Pernod sauce, and grilled turbot in a green-pepper and lime sauce. Address : Dosserrengen 13, tel. 65/32-32-33.
Danehofkroen in Nyborg
Outside Nyborg Slot, this restaurant does a brisk lunch, serving traditional Danish meals to tourists who enjoy a view of the castle and its tree-lined moat. The menu is meat-and-potatoes, featuring such dishes as flæskesteg (sliced pork served with the crisp rind). Address : Slotsplads, tel. 65/31-02-02.
This modern hotel looks like a brick slab outside, a refined English-cum-Oriental sanctuary inside. The guest rooms are furnished with cushy, modern furniture, and most have a splendid view of the Storebælt (Great Belt). Address : Christianslundsvej 119, 5800 Nyborg, tel. 65/31-29-58.
Marie Louise in Odense
Close to the pedestrian street, this dining room glitters with crystal and silver. The Franco –danish menu typically offers such specialties as salmon, scallop with bordelaise sauce and grilled veal with lobster-cream sauce. Business and holiday diners are sometimes treated to gratis extras-such as quail’s egg appetizers or after-dinner drinks. Address : Lottrups Gaard Vestergade 70-72, tel. 66/17-92-95.
This award-wining restaurant is now done up in linen and lace and frequented by well-heeled tourists. It serves classic French cuisine, such as medallions of beef with lemon mushroom sauce and poached smoked salmon with green herbs, are served in a private parlor atmosphere, in the glow of low-hanging lamps and a fireplace. Address : Ramsherred 2, tel. 66/12-92-86.
Den Gamble Kro.
Built within the courtyards of several 17th-century homes, this popular restaurants has an ancient stone decor sliced by a sliding glass roof. The Franco-Danish menu includes fillet of sole stuffed with salmon mousse, and chateaubriand with garlic potatoes, but there’s also cheap smørrebrød. Address : Overgade 23, tel. 66/12-14-33.
Guarded by a meter –tall wooden bulldog named Tobias, this merry meeting place is dominated by high-kitsch curios and painting and an enormous collection of bric-a-brac. Friendly waiters serve drinks and french-inspired danish dishes, such as ham schnitzel with creamed potatoes and peppers steak flambé to a mostly local crowd. Address : Jernbanegade 4, tel. 66/12-27-57.
A few minutes from the pedestrian street, this intimate black-and-white dining room puts a modern twist on provencale cuisine, with such dishes as venison in blackberry sauce and tender duck breast cooked in sherry. Address : Dogstræde 31, tel. 66/12-12-96.
Den Grimme Aelling
The name of this restaurants means the Ugly duckling , but inside it’s homey , with pine furnishings and family-style interiors. It’s also extremely popular with tourists and local alike, thanks to an all-you-can-eat buffet heaped with cold and warm dishes. Address : Hans jensens Stræde 1, tel. 65/19-70-30.
A lively crowd calls this sports clubs their neighborhood bar, and, next to steaming plates of schnitzel served in a hozen ways, soccer is the other delight of the house. Address : Jernabanegade 17, tel. 66/17-82-41.
A century old, with renovated fin-de-siécle charm this imposing four-story brick-front hotel greets guests with old-fashioned luxury . The original stone floors and chandeliers lead to a wide staircase and upstairs guest room that are modern , with plush furnishings and sleek marble bathroom. Address : Jernabanegade 18, 5000 Odense C, tel. 66/11-71-71.
Newly remodeled, this bright , colorful hotel is a good bet for students and budget-conscious travelers tired of barracks-type accommodations. The plain, white hospital-style room are spotless and comfortable. Address : Hans Tausensgade 11, 5000 Odense C, tel. 66/12-11-31.
This eatery is near harbor. Its French-Danish menu includes inventive fish and beef specialties, cod, and roast veal. Address : Kullinggade 1b, Svendborg, tel. 62/22-92-11.
This harbor-side restaurant offers old-fashioned food including frikadeller (fried meatballs), fried rødspætte (plaice) with hollandaise sauce, and dozens of smørrebrød options. Address : Brøgade I ved Ærøfærgen, tel. 62/21-07-60.
This manor house/art gallery is 16 kilometers west of Svendborg. Many things in the house, including European antiques are for sale by owners Mogen and Britte Laursen. Sunlight fills the five guest rooms, which are largely decorated in beige and overloo the surrounding countryside. Address : Fåborgvej 154, 5762 Vester Skerninge, tel. 62/24-10-44.
Restaurant Valdemars Slot
Located beneath the castle, this restaurant is ankle-deep in pink carpet and aglow with candle light. Fresh ingredients from France and Germany and wild game from the castle’s preserve are the essentials for an ever-changing menu. Wild venison with cream sauce and duck breast a l’orange are typical of the French-inspired cuisine. Address : Slotsalleen 100, Troense, tel. 62/22-59-00.
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