Standard Rate at Billum Kro

4.68838861106202 of 5 Stars

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Includes per person per night:

  • Overnight accommodation
  • Breakfast buffet

More about Billum Kro

Billum Kro is an authentic Danish Inn with warm and attentive hosts and, in addition, you can expect an outstanding culinary experience. The location is a perfect starting point for guests looking for great experiences in Western Denmark. Close to the beaches of the North Sea, Wadden Sea National Park and Tirpitz.

Billum, 6852 Billum
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Hotel facilities

  • Free wifi
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Airport: 20 km
  • Train: 200 m
  • Busstop: 100 m
  • Beach: 10 km
  • Fishing: 3 km
  • Golf: 5 km
  • 38 Rooms

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Attractions nearby of Standard Rate

  • Photo: Ole F. Gudmundsen

    Billum Church

    0.85 km

    Billum church is one of the Ribe diocese's tufa churches. Late Romanesque aspe, chancel and nave. late medieval vestry and porch. The facade is elegantly ornamented with round-arched fillings and half-columns. A few frescoes, among other a coat-of-arms frieze on the wall of triumph. Many medieval figures, for example from the original high altarpiece from ca 1500, and a crucifix group on the chancel arch from ca 1300.
    Read more : Billum Church
  • Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj

    FLUGT - Refugee Museum of Denmark

    4.32 km

    FLUGT - the Refugee Museum of Denmark will put big numbers and statistics into perspective by conveying the stories of individual people. You will experience a journey across time and place, meeting people who have had to say goodbye to everything they know and love. You will follow them during their escape and their arrival in Denmark and the dream of a new future.

    World-renowned BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group – has designed FLUGT based on the area’s history. In the refugee camp’s hospital, which originally consisted of 40 small patient and operating rooms, the architects have created a brand new museum with eight large exhibition rooms. A beautiful, curved annex ties the original lengths together into a whole.

    Oksbøllejren – Denmark’s largest refugee camp

    At the end of World War II, more than 250,000 German civilians arrived in occupied Denmark after a dramatic, violent escape. In the last few months of the war, the Red Army’s attack on Nazi Germany greatly affected civilians and displaced millions of Germans from their homes. Denmark’s largest refugee camp, Oksbøllejren, was built in 1945 and housed 35,000 refugees at its peak. The museum is now located in this area. It is where you will experience – both inside the museum and out in the plantation – what life in Oksbøllejren was like.

    Constant refugees

    Refugee flows are not just a historical phenomenon. Recent years have seen the largest refugee flows ever. War and persecution drive people to escape for survival, safety and a new home. This is a ubiquitous phenomenon, so you will not just meet the refugees of the past at FLUGT. In the exhibition Constant Refugees, you will meet the refugees who have come to Denmark in recent times from Russia, Germany, Hungary, Vietnam, Chile, Lebanon, Iran, Bosnia, Syria, Afghanistan and, at present, Ukraine.

    Audio tour of the former refugee camp

    Outside the museum, you can wander camp's original paths and roads with an audio guide. On the plantation, you will experience life in the camp as it was in 1946. Among other things, you will be invited to Theatre Oxbøl to meet some of the camp residents. Afterwards, you can continue your walk to the Refugee Cemetery next to the museum, where up to 1800 Germans are buried. The cemetery is visited each year by up to 20,000 descendants.

    Read more : FLUGT - Refugee Museum of Denmark
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    Marbæk - nature area near Esbjerg

    6.62 km

    The area, which today is a nature park for Esbjerg and Varde, is very valuable in landscape terms and distinctive. The varied terrain provides good opportunities for various forms of outdoor life. The area is also part of the Wadden Sea National Park.

    Marbækgård with restaurant is located north of the artificially landscaped lake area and bird sanctuary. The lakes were built in the years 1972-79 and make up 20 ha. South of the lake area is "Spejderøen" with cabins, and by Sjelborg beach is restaurant Rødhætte. Paths for walking, cycling and riding: The paths are a network of field and forest roads.

    Archeology
    In Marbæk Plantage there are field differences from the older Iron Age. And in the middle of the plantation, east of the road between Sjelborg and Myrthue, an area has been cleared where these field boundaries can be seen. Remains of houses from the Iron Age are also found at Myrthue and on the outskirts of Sjelborg plantation. In Myrthue, three plots of house have been preserved, where the houses' fireplaces and paved stables can still be seen. Between the houses there are paved paths.

    Myrthuegård
    The nature and culture dissemination site tells the interesting history of the Marbæk area.

    See folder of Marbæk

    Cottages and shelters in Marbæk
    The Marbæk area also holds cottages for rent and a few shelters. Contact Esbjerg municipality for further information.

    Read more : Marbæk - nature area near Esbjerg
  • Photo: Destination Vadehavskysten

    Hjerting Beach Park - close to the Wadden Sea

    9.32 km

    The nature in Hjerting Beach Park varies a lot - beach, tidal meadow, moor, heath and wood. In the park you will find special wooden benches from which you can enjoy the beautiful view of the sea.

    Also in the evening it is worth visiting the park with the winding path leading from Sanatorievej to the sea illuminated by luminous balls.

    In the park there is a sculpture by the Portuguese artist Rui Chafes.

    Read more : Hjerting Beach Park - close to the Wadden Sea
  • Photo: Varde Kommune

    Minibyen in Varde

    9.94 km

    Varde Miniby is a miniature version of Varde town as it looked around the year 1860. The town is built in the size ratio 1:10, and every single building is listed as a faithful copy of the original. Despite the fact that Varde is an old town, it is a minimal part of the original buildings that still stand today, as the Vardens have historically had bad experiences with fire. In the city, there are more than 300 buildings in the small putt version, all built by the so-called mini-masons. These mini-masons are made up of 12 retired, skilled and dexterous men who meet year-round to build the small, millimeter-accurate replicas of the old buildings. The buildings are compiled with home-cast roofs and bricks, window sections, trusses and downspouts.

    Read more : Minibyen in Varde
  • Photo: Mike Bink

    Tirpitz

    12.49 km

    Tirpitz, Blåvand – World-Class Architecture

    Discover the Exhibitions

    Not only is the architecture spectacular – so are the exhibitions! The Dutch experience designers Tinker Imagineers, who have won numerous awards in Europe, have designed the exhibitions which are sure to engage the whole family.

    The Last Mammoth – The First Human (through August 2023)

    Meet the ice age girl Ayla and follow her to the vast, windswept grass tundra where the last woolly giants lived. You will also meet nature enthusiast Jonas, known from the popular Danish YouTube channel @Naturnørd, and archeology enthusiast Line, who shows unique finds from the end of the ice age. The exhibition is particularly suitable for children aged 5-12.

    West Coast Stories

    Embark on a time-travel that starts with the mammoths on the vast plain, where now is the North Sea. The journey continues to early Blåvand with warlocks and smugglers, on to the heroes of the sea, and right up to the flourishing camping life of the 1970s.

    Gold of the West Coast

    Contemplate the treasure trove which holds one of the finest amber collections in Europe. Also meet the amber hunter who might reveal how you can find amber yourself. Discover the many properties of amber in the amber forest and get to know the difference between amber and just yellow rocks.

    Army of Concrete


    World War II was not just about concrete and cannons but first and foremost a world tragedy that struck ordinary people – also on the Danish west coast. Meet some of these people and learn of their fates in the exhibition, which is built like a bunker landscape.

    The Tirpitz Bunker


    The old bunker lies as a testimony to the widespread consequences of World War II. Like a huge concrete block full of secrets, it calls for you to explore in the narrow aisles. Here too, a wealth of great stories lies hidden.

    Read more : Tirpitz
  • Photo: Strand-Galleriet

    Strand-Galleriet Vejers

    13.15 km

    Strand-Galleriet is located in the scenic Vejers Strand, and is only 150 meters from the North Sea.

    Here you will find the white gallery which is owned by the couple Lone and Anders Møller. Their vision is to create and expand valuable relationships for the benefit of the artist and customers.

    Strand-Galleriet is an unpretentious gallery with a wide selection and art of good quality. The gallery can help you with art, glass, ceramics, sculptures and stones. In addition, there is also the option of guidance on decor and color choices.

    If one of the gallery's beautiful works falls in your taste, you have the opportunity to have pictures delivered on trial in your own surroundings, and you can therefore always borrow pictures to take home. If you wish, you also have the opportunity for Strand-Galleriet to come past you with selected art and artists.

    Visit the Strand Gallery and get inspired!

    Read more : Strand-Galleriet Vejers
  • Photo: Blåvand Zoo

    Blåvand Zoo

    13.48 km

    Every day of the season there are feedings and showings of the animals. Try touching a snake or watch the lions being fed. The zoo is the only one in Denmark with white lions.

    Blåvand Zoo has a cafeteria, a playground, toilets with changing room for babies and is handicap accessible.

    Read more : Blåvand Zoo
  • Photo: Vardemuseerne

    Blåvandshuk Lighthouse

    16.94 km

    Blåvandshuk Fyr is probably the most eyecatching building in Blaavand with its appr. 40 mtr. tall light house, which with its own rough charm marks The Most Western Landmark of Denmark. Around the light house you find the hardly flattering concrete bunkers from world war two. The light house was built in the year 1900 as a replacement for the old angle light from 1888.

    Due to its location on a high dune, the light source is placed 55 meters. above sea level. The light source it self is fairly modest and is supplied by an electrical light lamp of 1000 watts and 220 volts. The very intense light beam, which is visible from sea at a distance of about 50 to 60 kilometers is produced by a rotating lens, which by use the mean of various shields, generates the characteristics of the light, 3 blinks each 20 secs. 

    Visit www.vardemuseerne.dk/en/museum/blavandshuk-fyr/ for prices, opening hours and tickets.

    Read more : Blåvandshuk Lighthouse
  • Photo: Destination Vadehavskysten

    Dyrehaven in Nørreskoven - forest area with deer

    15.19 km

    In Dyrehaven in Esbjerg you can enjoy the deer on close hand. But remember they are wild animals so handfeeding is not allowed and only feed them with fruit and vegetables thrown on the ground. No pasta or bread, please!

    From September until the end of November extra caution is necessary because of the mating season.

    Parking
    Just across from Spangsbjerg Hospital.

    Read more : Dyrehaven in Nørreskoven - forest area with deer
  • Photo: Destination Vadehavskysten

    Wadden Sea National Park

    41.68 km

    The Wadden Sea stretches across 500 km and three countries. UNESCO has recently designated the Danish part of the Wadden Sea as World Heritage Destination. The German/Dutch part was already declared a World Heritage Destination in 2009.

    The tides makes a huge impression when twice a day 1,000,000,000 m3 of water is moved back and forth through the depths. The Wadden Sea is the flawless quiet water, and simultaneously the turbulent ocean on the outside of the dike. The Wadden Sea is full of life - in the air, in the low water, above and below the marshes surface. No other place in Denmark is it possible to encounter so many migrating birds, spring as well as autumn - a total of 10-12 million. During hatching season, do mind your feet, as the bird nests occur in the strangest of places. The Island Mandø situated southwest of Ribe will at this time of year give some remarkable insights into the wild life.

    The warm and low waters of the Wadden sea is at the same time the natural breeding area for many of our most important fish species, and here our summer visitors - the mullet - congregates in great numbers. The Wadden Sea is today the home of the largest population of the common seal Denmark.

     

    Read more : Wadden Sea National Park