Benniksgaard Hotel, Gråsten

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Benniksgaard Hotel, Gråsten

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Idyllic hotel in scenic surroundings and overlooking the Flensburg Fjord

Situated at the highest point in Rinkenæs by Flensburg Firth – with Benniksgaard Golf Course as its closest neighbour – the four star Benniksgaard Hotel boasts views of unparalleled beauty. Benniksgaard takes its name from a family farm dating all the way back to 1393. Today, Benniksgaard is privately owned and run as a hotel.

All the buildings have undergone a comprehensive and painstaking renovation. The rustic style, exposed beams and bright colours create an airy, inviting atmosphere. The old chicken house has been transformed into Restaurant Pejsestuen, the longest wing into a hotel wing with 31 rooms – and the old farmhouse from 1782 into fourteen stunning spacious rooms and suites. With its squinting walls, sash windows and creaking floors, the listed farmhouse is a constant reminder of bygone times. The first floor staircase is a particularly interesting relic, and indeed, its narrow steps have been a constant feature of the farmhouse. The old grain stores and a recently added wing are home to several function and conference rooms, while the wing formerly occupied by agricultural machinery now houses BenniksgaardButik shop, offering a wide range of items to suit all tastes.

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi

  • Restaurant

  • Free parking

  • Charging station

  • Fitness Room

  • Pets
  • Airport: 24 km

  • Trainstation: 5 km

  • Busstop: 100 m

  • Beach: 1 km

  • Fishing: 3 km

  • Golf: 0 m

  • 71 rooms

Hotel in Gråsten right down to Flensburg Fjord

In Restaurant Pejsestuen, our talented team of chefs concoct the evening menu using the finest seasonal ingredients. Meat dishes are often cooked over an open fire in the restaurant’s fireplace or on the outdoor barbecue – and there is a long-standing tradition for combining food and music – whether it be jazz, folk, blues or classical.  


All 45 rooms and suites have all been tastefully furnished, but no two rooms are alike. Ten of the rooms offer accommodation for between three and four people and feature a cosy loft sleeping area. The hotel also has ten luxury apartments right next to the golf course with own sauna and spa – and accommodation for up to four people. Treatments can be booked in connection with weekend/wellness stays along with access to Marina Fiskenæs Wellness Centre situated five kilometres from the hotel. The Gendarmstien pathway along Flensburg Firth runs right past the hotel and the royal summer residence – Gråsten Castle – is only a few kilometres away. Here, visitors can enjoy walks in the park when Queen Margrethe II or the royal family are not in residence.

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