SDH Stay With Half Board at Fjordgaarden

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Please note

The price increases in energy have unfortunately made it necessary for Fjordgaarden to introduce temporary energy supplements from 3 October 2022. The amounts are kept as low as possible and only cover the absolute minimum that is needed for us to maintain the operation of Fjordgaarden. The supplements are settled in connection with the stay. Supplements will be adjusted every quarter according to the development of energy prices. First time 1 January 2023. Supplements are settled in connection with the stay. The energy supplement for spa stays with an overnight stay is DKK 60 per room per night from 3 October 2022. Energy supplement for a regular overnight stay is DKK 30 per room per night from 3 October 2022.
  • City Break
  • Weekend stay
  • half-board-offer

Includes per person per night:

  • 3-course dinner (chef's choice)
  • Overnight accommodation
  • Breakfast buffet

More about Fjordgaarden

Fjordgaarden is situated 700 metres from the town centre and a glimpse from Ringkøbing Fjord. No matter whether you wish a wellness holiday, a weekend stay, a golf tour or just an overnight stay, the hotel offers the perfect setting for relaxation in the West Jutland area.

Vester Kær 28, 6950 Ringkøbing
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Hotel facilities

  • Fitness Room
  • Green Key_V3 Green Key
  • Free wifi
  • Pets
  • Charging station
  • Music and dance
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Wellness
  • Airport: 75 km
  • Train: 1 km
  • Busstop: 1 km
  • Beach: 9 km
  • Fishing: 9 km
  • Golf: 9 km
  • 98 Rooms

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Directions

Vester Kær 28
6950 Ringkøbing

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Attractions nearby of SDH Stay With Half Board

  • Photo: Levende Historie

    Ringkøbing Museum

    0.97 km

    Ringkøbing Town is an idyllic market town from the 1400s, where you will find charming paved streets, beautiful old town houses and grocery stores, which together save on history from and bygone times. At Ringkøbing Museum you can experience exciting exhibitions, guide tours and visit the cozy museum shop.

    Exhibitions about World War II

    "Flyvere i natten (Aviators of the Night)” is an exhibition that makes you aware of the history of the English bombers, the Lancastere, who flew over the west coast of Denmark during World War II. The focal point of the exhibition is a large 1:1 scale recreation of a Lancaster. Through the audio, film, original objects and large format images, the exhibition tells us about the planes that crashed, their missions and about the people behind.

    At the museum you can also see a mini-exhibition: ”Hvad bunkeren gemte - en tysk soldat fortæller (What the bunkers hid - a German soldier tells)”. Most German bunkers were abandoned and emptied in 1945 or shortly thereafter, but some of them was completely covered with sand and remained untouched until after a storm appeared at Søndervig in 2008.

    In the exhibition you enter the reconstructed bunker and can see the film about the German soldier Gerhard Saalfeld. During the war he lived in the "lost" piles and several of the exhibited items belonged to him.

    City exhibition

    200 years of town hall history have been attempted at the Ringkøbing Museum at the Judges Office in the exhibition: ”Byens hus – amtets hus (The city house - the county house)".

    At the Judges Office you can also experience the old market town depicted in paintings from around the year 1800. The city exhibition is a great starting point for a city walk around the streets - where many of the houses still stand.

    Read more : Ringkøbing Museum
  • Photo: Vestjyllands Højskole

    Forundringens Have

    5.76 km

    Marvel at the beautiful nature in this beautiful park in Velling at Vestjyllands Højskole, outside Ringkøbing. Directly translated, “Forundringens Have” means “The Garden of Wonder”. Here, you will find lots of different trees, flowers, paths, insects, fruits, vegetables and more. Forundringens Have was established in 2004. The park is always open and there is free entry. In the park, there is a basic camp site, a playground and a little shop with organic vegetables and other plants from Forundringens Have. There are several different tours and events from time to time.

    Read more : Forundringens Have
  • Photo: Lyngvig Fyr

    Lyngvig Fyr (Lighthouse)

    9.66 km

    If you follow the winding stairs up the lighthouse, you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the sea and the fjord.
    You can drop by the old lighthouse master house, which now functions as café, shop, and exhibitory building. Outside you’ll find hammocks, public restrooms, tables with benches, and a large naturethemed playground.

    Visit the cozy café and the museum shop, which offers a wide variety of fun retro merchandise, nostalgic craftsmanship, and beautiful old furniture. So take a seat in the café or in the yard and enjoy some ice cream, coffee, cake, light lunch, and cold beer.
    There’s free access to the shop, café, and exhibition – a ticket is only required to visit the lighthouse. Remember that kids and teenagers until the age of 18 are free of charge when accompanying an adult.

    Throughout the year there are several events here such as koncerts, fashion shows, art shows and other events.
    There is wheelchair access to the lighthouse master’s house, including the café and shop, and the paving in the yard is wheelchair friendly as well. There is also a restroom for the disabled.

    Lyngvig Fyr is part of Ringkøbing Fjord Museer. The museum runs many attractions near Ringkøbing Fjord. If you would like to know more about Lyngvig Fyr, opening hours, prices, event and activity dates, please visit www.lyngvigfyr.dk or keep up at www.facebook.com/lyngvigfyr.

    Read more : Lyngvig Fyr (Lighthouse)
  • Photo: Destination Ringkøbing Fjord

    Hvide Sande Sluices

    11.54 km

    This is where the town Hvide Sande started. In Hvide Sande you will find to sluices. One to regulate the water levels between fjord and sea and one that provides passage between fjord and sea. Holmsland is the name of the narrow barrier that divides Ringkøbing Fjord from the North Sea.

    After 100 years of discussion about a passage from the sea to the fjord, Hvide Sande canal was opened in 1931. It consists of a lock system for ships and a water regulating system. Everything is controlled from ”Blåtårn”, the blue tower by the lifting bridge. This is the office of the harbour administration and the local rescue team. In the middle of Hvide Sande you pass the two sluices.

    Read more : Hvide Sande Sluices
  • Photo: Destination Ringkøbing Fjord

    Helligånds Church Hvide Sande

    12.8 km

    Helligånds Church in Hvide Sande was built in 1954 after many years of diligent collection work among the city's citizens.

    The church is built of yellow bricks in late Romanesque style, and is probably one of the last churches built in this style in Denmark. The church has a choir over a high basement, and the nave has heavy buttresses at the eastern corners.

    Inside, the church walls are whitewashed, and have flat beamed ceilings. At the altar there is a large and smooth oak cross, and the candlesticks were made by the then lock master C. Gerhardt. The rug in front of the altar bears the inscription "Give God's peace its proper sound", and was embroidered in 1981 by 27 women from Hvide Sande.

    In the church hangs the church ships "Fanny" hung in 1954, and the votive ship the fishing cutter "Jenny Skomager" hung in 2004. Votive ship is the term for a faithful copy of a sunken ship, and was built by a surviving sailor and donated to the church.

    The church's oldest bell is from 1954, and bears the inscription: "Give God's peace its proper sound". It is in memory of P.M. Møller, and Wife Anna Hansdatter. The new bell is from 2008, and bears the inscription: “I call between sea and fjord, everyone came from the south and north. When you hear my complaint, it is a memory of eternity long”. The bell was donated by A.P. Møller and wife Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond for public purposes.

    Read more : Helligånds Church Hvide Sande
  • Photo: Kunst & Keramik

    Kunst & Keramik

    12.85 km

    At Kunst & Keramik in Hvide Sande you will find a beautiful pottery workshop made by Dorith Lønbæk. Here you can experience the old craftsmanship in a modern workshop, which makes contemporary products.

    Dorith Lønbæk was trained as a potter in 2004, and has run Kunst & Keramik since 2006. The characteristics of her products are simple and exciting shapes, as well as play with different decoration techniques, most often in earth tones, which in small doses are spiced with vibrant colors.

    Everything is handmade in the workshop, and you can experience the smell of burnt clay by watching how the clay is shaped on the turntable until it is fired and then decorated.

    You will find the finished products in the shop, where it is mainly from Dorith Lønbæks own workshop. In addition the shop also selling, glass jewelery from Marianne Strube, ceramics by Ane Schollert, glass by Dorthe Bent, Watercolors by Ruth Sandbak and wood products from Contrast.

    So you will find a nice selection of handicrafts in Arts & Ceramics.

    Read more : Kunst & Keramik
  • Photo: Danmarks Flymuseum

    Danish Collection of Vintage Aircraft

    13.62 km

    A "flying museum". The Museum have more than 40 vintage aircrafts in Stauning.

    The Danish Collection of Vintage Aircraft has both Danish and foreign airplanes from the years between 1911 till 1990. The collection consists of e.g. Spitfire, Meteor, Starfighter and 11 Danish built KZ types.

    The museum in Stauning not only preserves old aircrafts, but they also keep them airworthy. 5 times during the summer the museum arranges flight nights. If the weather is fine, you can enjoy vintage aircrafts in the air. A visit at the museum takes you through the history and the development of the aircraft. In 2007 opened a new factory building that houses material from 1950 up to the latest.

    See opening hours and prices by clicking here.

    Read more : Danish Collection of Vintage Aircraft
  • Photo: Destination Ringkøbing Fjord

    Vedersø Church

    15.62 km

    Romanesque chor and nave (granite ashlars) with 3 Gothic extensions. A southern annexe which stands in connection with a round arcade (pro- bably an original chapel), porch facing north (the door which is fa- cing with a tympanum (two lions flank a little human shape) and on the other side of the door there is an ashlar with a man's head and a stepple facing west (with cellar (opened 1956) closed with wrought- iron lattice). In the choir there is a memorial tablet for Kaj Munk (1898-1944), priest in Vedersoe 1924-44, burried at the house end.
    Read more : Vedersø Church
  • Photo: WOW Park

    WOW PARK Skjern

    16.2 km

    Experience one-of-a-kind adventures among the PARK's treetop forts, huge slides, wild swings, and hanging bridges. Visitors can chase each other through the labyrinth or build fantasy figurines in the creative workshop. When hungry, everyone is welcome to feast on their own picnic lunch, cook over an open fireplace, or purchase scrumptious food in the café. Enjoy family fun in the great outdoors by breathing in all the fresh air and sharing in all the wild play at the forest park... WOW PARK. Seeya there!

    Read more : WOW PARK Skjern
  • Photo: Holstebro Turistbureau

    The North Sea

    17.85 km

    All year round a walk on the beach is a sure hit. A walk in the fresh air gives you red cheeks and new energy.

    Enjoy the roar of the waves while the kids gather rocks and sea shells, and visit the old bunkers from WW2 - but pay attention! The sea and the ravages of time have left their marks on the bunkers.

    A swim in the North Sea is a wonderful experience on a lovely summer day, but please observe the great forces of nature of the North Sea!

     

    Read more : The North Sea
  • Photo: Bork Vikingehavn

    Bork Vikingehavn

    28.79 km

    Light a candle in the beautiful stave church or place a sacrifice at the sacrificial grove and see the handmade Bork tapestry. If you visit Bork Viking Harbour when there are extra events and living history, all your senses come alive and the kids get to try out the different activities. If you pay Bork Viking Harbour a visit during a more quiet period, you’ll have the time and space to pay extra attention to the craftsmanship and the beautiful details in the Viking houses.

    Cafe Cologne

    Bork Vikingehavns’s Café Kølsvinet is open every day of the season. You can enjoy the Viking-inspired food both indoors and outdoors. You are also welcome to bring your own food.

    Nice Viking shop

    Visit the Viking shop to find delicious delicacies, jewellery, books and other Viking-inspired items. There is free admission to the store.

    Peak season

    During the high season, the whole family can try out different fun activities. You can make beautiful bracelets with runes and try your hand at archery, like the Vikings. If you’re a bit hungry, you can bake a flatbread, and of course you can try the Viking playground and decide who is the coolest Viking in the family.

    Children and young people up to the age of 18 years have free access accompanied by an adult and dogs on a leash are welcome.

    To find out more about Bork Vikingehavn, opening hours, prices and events, visit borkvikingehavn.dk or follow us at www.facebook.com/Borkvikingehavn

    Bork Vikingehavn is part of the Ringkøbing Fjord Museer, which has many places to visit around Ringkøbing Fjord. Read more about the museum at www.ringkobingfjordmuseer.dk/en.

    Read more : Bork Vikingehavn
  • Photo: Vadehavskysten

    Fisheries and Maritime Museum - Denmark's museum of the Sea

    68.28 km

    Discover maritime stories of the culture and life that has unfolded at sea and life beneath the surface of the sea. With our heart in Esbjerg, we are Denmark's museum of the sea and have been telling Denmark's maritime history since 1968.

    Exhibitions - The sea is the main theme in all our exhibitions. Get the story of life hiding beneath the surface of the sea and the culture that has unfolded at sea.

    Friland - With our outdoor maritime environments you can see and experience boats of different types and buildings that all tell the maritime history of Denmark. You can also discover a bunker from World War II and on selected days you can experience the port's trades when the working workshops are open.

    Seals - Meet the grey seal, Denmark's largest predator, in our sealarium. Get close to the grey seals and the harbour seals when we feed them every day at 11.00 and 14.30.

    The Aquarium - See the marine life and environment from the shallows of the shore to the deep waters at the bottom of the North Sea. In our touching pool, it is possible to touch some of the fish that swim around in Danish waters.

    Architecture - The museum's original building from 1968 was designed by architects Halldor Gunnløgsson and Jørn Nielsen. Over time, renovations and additions have been made to the buildings, but the characteristic round corners and other architectural details remain an important part of the building and its expression.

    Read more : Fisheries and Maritime Museum - Denmark's museum of the Sea