Bechs Hotel, Tarm

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Hotel close to Skjern å and the North Sea

With its central location in the center of Tarm, Bechs Hotel is the natural meeting place, whether it is for a cozy dinner, a few days of total relaxation, a golf stay or a weekend full of experiences in the area.

Just outside the door you will find Skjern Å, which invites to a wealth of nature experiences for both children and adults. Among other things, Skjern Å is known to be Denmark's best salmon water.

If you want to play golf, Bechs Hotel are located close to several amazing golf courses, all of which are beautifully situated in the astonishing West Jutland nature.

The unique location by the magnificent area around Skjern Å, gives your stay an extra dimension that you will hardly find anywhere else.

The hotel's restaurant is also one of the better in West Jutland, and especially the many traditional fish dishes are popular. The menu offers both well-prepared everyday dishes as well as elegant and exciting seasonal specialties. The hotel also has a cozy bar where you can regularly meet the host even behind the bar. Here he serves both drinks and a story or two.

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi

  • Restaurant

  • Free parking

  • Fitness Room

  • Pets
  • Airport: 20 km

  • Trainstation: 500 m

  • Busstop: 200 m

  • Beach: 25 km

  • Fishing: 1 km

  • Golf: 10 km

  • 38 rooms

Close to Skjern Å and angling

Since ancient times, Denmark's westernmost main road has crossed Skjern Å between Tarm and Skjern. The route has been called Drivvejen, Studevejen and Kongevejen. In the winter of 1513, King Hans was on his way from Ribe to Aalborg with a large retinue, but right here in the water-filled meadows at Tarm Kær he fell off his horse. He was rescued ashore, but he was severely injured and died shortly afterwards of pneumonia. That is why the bridge over the river is called King Hans bridge, and a memorial stone on the southern bank of the river still remind crossers of this.

When the West Jutland longitudinal railway was built in 1875, it largely followed this old West Jutland Road, and the small village of Tarm became a large station town with market town potential. On Storegade, the city got its hotel, Bechs Hotel.

Bechs Hotel has 40 modern double rooms, all with shower and toilet, telephone, radio and TV. Indoors there is also a sauna, solarium, spa pool and billiards, all for free use by hotel guests. The same goes for the large outdoor roof terrace. The hotel organizes short breaks and golf holidays with a discount on green fees to nearby golf courses.

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