Bui Hotel Humble

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Bui Hotel Humble

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Lovely hotel on Langeland in the South Funen archipelago

When we sing the Danish national anthem about the large beech groves near the salty eastern beach, it is actually about a wood on the island Langeland. The author Oethlenschläger namely got inspired by a visit to the wood Stengade Skov, which is situated right beside the belt Langelands Bælt, only a stone s throw from the castle Tranekær Slot. Here the beech trees grow right beside the coast in many places, so it is indeed true when we sing that bøgen spejler sin top in bølgen blå (the blue waves of the sea reflect the top of the beech trees ).

All in all, the nature of Langeland is very beautiful and it invites to long walks. It is also on Langeland that we find one of the best beaches in Denmark, namely Ristinge Strand with its fine white sand covering almost 10 km. From the beach there are only a few kilometres to Humble, where Bui Hotel Humble is situated on the corner in the middle of the main street. Here you will always be greeted by a smile, and the old beer garden invites you to relax on top of a wonderful day.

When you have to explore Langeland, the southern tip of Langeland is worth a visit. It is covered by a vast natural area with large, open grasslands, lakes and bogs, historic forests, steep cliffs and the distinctive, round-polished "hat hills", which are only found on Langeland. Here you can meet a bunch of approx. 60 "wild" horses of the exmoor breed, which manage on their own all year round - largely without human intervention.

Visiting Langeland you also find a lot of potters and artists with workshops open all year round.

  • Free wifi

  • Pets
  • Restaurant

  • Free parking

  • Airport: 75 km

  • Trainstation: 30 km

  • Busstop: 200 m

  • Beach: 4 km

  • Fishing: 4 km

  • Golf: 3 km

  • 7 rooms

Close to one of Denmark's best beaches

In the northern part of the town lies King Humble s grave, a long barrow dating from the later Stone Age. This means that it is at least 4,000 years old. King Humble is said to have been a king somewhere in Denmark with a kingdom of an unknown size approximately in 300 AD, but it is unknown why he was buried in the much older long barrow. Moreover, large parts of South Langeland are a bird sanctuary, e.g. Tryggelev Nor and the area around Gulstav in the south. On Langeland there are also many ceramists and artists whose workshops are open all the year round. 


Each room has its own opening out to a terrace. Close to fine beaches, wind surfing, angling, and golfing. The inn offers weekend stays, mini holidays and golf holidays, and it has room for parties of up to 100 persons in the old village hall, which has been turned into the banqueting room of the hotel.