Standard rate no breakfast included at Abild Kro & Hotel

3.4032258151039 of 5 Stars

  • Danish inns

Includes per person per night:

  • Overnight accommodation

Please note, no breakfast included in room rate and no cleaning of the room during your stay.

More about Abild Kro & Hotel

Stay in scenic surroundings at Abild Kro & Hotel, which is located in the middle of the marsh and close to the German border. Experience the phenomenon Black Sun or the beautiful nature by the Wadden Sea. Look forward to being pampered and getting great service from the staff.

Ribe Landevej 66, 6270 Tønder
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Hotel facilities

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Non smoking
  • Airport: 106 km
  • Train: 5,8 km
  • Busstop: 850 meter
  • 14 Rooms

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    Attractions nearby of Standard rate no breakfast included

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      Abild Church

      0.18 km

      Abild church is a village church, and the original church was built almost 1000 years ago.

      The church can accommodate more than 300 people when using the pulpit.

      The altarpiece is from 1480. Baptismal heaven from 1692 and a pulpit from 1581.

      Read more : Abild Church
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      Soldaterskoven - Tønder

      1.86 km

      The area consists of 3 forests, Soldaterskoven, Nørreskov and Hydroskoven. From Tønder town there is a path connection to the entire forest area through the green areas south of Soldaterskoven. There are 3 parking spaces at Soldaterskoven. In the forest there is a hiking trail for the visually impaired. There is a primitive accommodation with shelter, barbecue and campfire site.

      If you want to ride, you can use the special riding trails made in the forest.

      In Nørreskoven, south of the brook, there is a dog forest where you can walk your dog. Remember that it must be under full control. In the other forest areas, the dog must be led on a leash.

      Read more : Soldaterskoven - Tønder
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      Zeppelin and Garnison Museum - Tønder

      2.02 km

      During the forst world war the Germans established a large and very important airship base in the north of Tønder. Today there is small museum telling the history with pictures, documents, objects and army tanks.

      Also it is shown material about Tønder as a Danish garrison town in the period 1920 - 2003.

      Read more : Zeppelin and Garnison Museum - Tønder
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      Guldhornsstenene - Tønder

      3.99 km

      The famous Golden Horns were found at Gallehus, the first by a lace maker, Kjerstine Svendsdatter, in 1639, and the second in 1734 by Erik Lassen, a small farmer.

      The sites are marked by memorial stones. The horns likely dated from about 400 AD and were probably used as part of some sort of religious ceremony.

      They were sent to the Royal Treasury in Copenhagen for safekeeping but were stolen in 1802 and melted down.

      Copies can be seen in Tønder Museum.

      Read more : Guldhornsstenene - Tønder
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      Det Gamle Rådhus

      4.9 km

      The former town hall was built in 1643. Originally, the gables were corbie stepped and the front of the building was red brick. It is now painted yellow.

      Beautifully restored in 1986/87 and now houses Tourist Information, dentist and apartments.

      Read more : Det Gamle Rådhus
    • Kagmanden - Tønder

      4.91 km

      As late as in the 19th century the whipping post was of great importance in the urban life of many towns in Northern Europe. The post was placed on a brick-built rise, and chained to it the offenders were whipped by the executioner. Simultaneously the victim lost his civil rights and had to leave the municipality.

      Minor violations of the law often led to public whippings. In 1813 a shoemaker's apprentice was caught in stealing apples. He was sentenced to public whipping and to be put in stocks. But on this occasion justice was tempered with mercy. The judgment was reversed. The apprentice was sentenced to three days' imprisonment and put on bread and water. So he was allowed to serve his apprenticeship. It turned out differently for a young girl who in 1865 had committed a minor theft.

      She was whipped and put in stocks and was expelled from the municipality. As a reminder to observe the law a statue carved out of wood was often placed on the top of the whipping post, a so called 'whipping post - man'. Toender got its last 'whipping post -man' in 1699. 8 men and 6 horses dragged a log of oak up to town, and the wood-carver carved a soldier-like figure.It is unknown how many years the figure was placed in the market place.

      Today the original figure - the only remaining whipping post figure in Denmark - is exhibited at Toender museum - a valuable souvenir of the legal system in the past.

      Read more : Kagmanden - Tønder
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      Schackenborg Castle

      5.45 km

      All year around there will be outstanding events waiting for you at Schackenborg castle. Explore the century-long history, attend a guided tour in the beautiful garden of the castle or just come by and visit the old stable, which is being rebuilt into a visitor center. The program of Schackenborg offers something for everybody, classical music, talks, debates and more.

      The south wing of the castle is the private residence of Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and their children. The royal flag will be waving, when there is a royal visit.

      Read more : Schackenborg Castle
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      Port of Rømø

      22.39 km

      The Port of Rømø is one of Denmark‘s medium sized ports and a port that is under development. For many years, the main activities have been shrimp fishing and ferry services between Sylt and Rømø. 

      The Port of Rømø operates with respect for the environment. We are closely linked to the Wadden Sea, which is now a part of the Wadden Sea National Park.  The port is environmentally certified and we are working on all levels towards being a clean port.

      Read more : Port of Rømø
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      Rømø Play- and Labyrinth park

      23.38 km

      On Rømø you will find a large family attraction - Rømø Play and Labyrintpark.

      You will find the park in Havneby close to the old school, follow the signs.

      In the park, there are lots of small and large labyrinths and other challenging games for the whole family. You can easily spend 2-3 hours here.

      When it's all over, brought food must be eaten in the park. You can buy coffee, cakes and ice cream in the park's café. Here, too, you can try a number of small games.

      Read more : Rømø Play- and Labyrinth park
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      The Wadden Sea National Park

      26.31 km

      The islands and the natural coastlands by the Waddensea have become an area in Denmark that really attracts a lot of visitors. It`s unique nature and culture, along with the many holidayhomes, campingsites, youthhostels and other accommodation possibilities, have been the fertile basis for the creation of a strong tourist region.

      The Waddensea islands Rømø, Mandø and Fanø lie along the coast like pearls on a string and they offer unique experiences. The sea, the dunes, the woods the heaths and the fauna all speak their own language and they appeal to both children and adults to use it.On the mainland the dikes, the marshland and the migrating birda impress the natureloving guests.

      Read more : The Wadden Sea National Park
    • Photo: Aabenraa Tourist

      The Gendarme Path

      33.01 km

      The path was made after Southern Jutland was returned to Denmark in 1920 and the route was used by the border gendarms on patrol.

      Read more : The Gendarme Path