Hotel Gjerrild Kro, Grenå

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Hotel Gjerrild Kro, Grenå

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70 ratings
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Hospitality and good food at Denmark s beautiful nose, Djursland

Hotel Gjerrild Kro is the perfect place to stay if you want to visit Djursland. There is only a 10–12-minute walk to the child-friendly Gjerrild Nordstrand, and for the children, the inn also has a nice playground and lots of green areas where they can make use of their energy.

A short holiday or a weekend stay at Hotel Gjerrild Kro provides the opportunity to experience the castles, manors and many other sights on Djursland, in Randers and Aarhus. At the inn you can have horses housed during your stay, and you can borrow bicycles. Within a radius of half an hour drive are as many as 7 golf courses. More and more people also choose to take hiking boots, mountain bikes or fishing rods with them when they visit the inn.

Hotel Gjerrild Kro is therefore a lovely base for families who want nature experiences and action parks. It is also ideal as a break from the everyday life, where stress and chores are replaced by birds whistling and the enriching colors of the season. It is also possible to bring your dog with you to the Hotel.

In the restaurant, the menu offers, among many other good things, the innkeeper's specialties, which are inspired by the good country cuisine.

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi

  • Restaurant

  • Free parking

  • Pets
  • Airport: 40 km

  • Trainstation: 10 km

  • Busstop: 100 m

  • Beach: 1 km

  • Fishing: 1 km

  • Golf: 10 km

  • 14 rooms

The inn with Sostrup Castle in the backyard

The inn is a royally privileged inn, founded in 1843, and Gjerrild is a cozy village with a grocery store, church and inn, which grew up in the shadow of Sostrup Castle. The castle can certainly trace its history back to 1388, and the main building was built in the years around 1600. From 1960-2013, the castle was owned and run by the Cistercian nuns who lived and worked in Maria Hjerte Kloster right next to the castle. In 2014, Kirsten Bundgaard Swift bought the historic site, and the castle is today the focal point for a wide range of concerts, holistic courses, as well as a restaurant.

Hotel Gjerrild Kro is owned by Hilding & Helle Hvid, and the innkeeper puts it this way: "Times change, they say, but that does not change the fact that running an inn in a small village on the tip of Djursland is and will always be a way of life. " My entire family and I have now practiced this for over 50 years, and we must have succeeded very well, because regardless of the whims of the times, many guests find their way back to Hotel Gjerrild Kro again and again."

Hotel Gjerrild Kro is today newly renovated with 13 modern rooms, all with shower, toilet and TV. Most rooms have the possibility to add additional sleeping facilities.

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