Standard Rate at Hotel Herman Bang - SDH Partner Hotel

Includes per person per night:

  • Overnight accommodation
  • Breakfast

Please note, payment by gift voucher issued by Small Danish Hotels is not possible. 

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In the center of Frederikshavn you can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere at Best Western Hotel Herman Bang. Cheap parking, spa and wellness centre and restaurant are just some of the reasons to choose this hotel for your next stay in Frederikshavn.

Tordenskjoldsgade 4, 9900 Frederikshavn
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Hotel facilities

  • Fitness Room
  • Free wifi
  • Restaurant
  • Wellness
  • Airport: 65 km
  • Train: 800 m
  • Busstop: 800 m
  • 53 Rooms

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    Tordenskjoldsgade 4
    9900 Frederikshavn

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    Attractions nearby of Standard Rate

    • Photo: Peter Jørgensen

      Frederikshavn Kirke

      0.13 km

      It is a chancel church erected in pure Romanesque style of chalk stones, so-called Faksekalk. With the equally long cross arms, the church is completely symmetrical. The tower is 56.5 meters high. There are four smaller side springs on the tower.

      The church's architecture is inspired by the monumental cathedral in Aachen, Germany, where Emperor Karl d. Store is buried. Nothing was too big and nice as inspiration when the new, thriving market town, Frederikshavn, was to have a new church. The interior of the church is dominated by the great vaults and the four powerful pillars. There is seating for 1160 people, partly on the floor and partly on the pulpit.

      The church's cruciform floor plan is also inspired by the cathedral of Aachen and other famous churches, among others, the tomb church in Jerusalem, which is believed to hold the tomb of Jesus, and the great Hagia Sophia church in Istanbul, now converted into a mosque '(source;

      The church's altar painting "Christ and the disciples by the lake of Tiberias" is painted by Skagen painter Michael Ancher.

      The baptismal font is a kneeling angel carrying the baptismal dish. The font is made in marble and donated by Consul General P. Berg of Sct. Petersburg, born in Frederikshavn.

      Read more : Frederikshavn Kirke
    • Photo: Destination NORD - Frederikshavn


      0.14 km

      Bronze sculpture opposite the town hall. A local saying states that when the politicians makes a good decision, the tuba player blows a fanfare. (Arne Ranslet 1931 - ).
      Read more : Tubablæseren
    • Photo: Destination NORD - Frederikshavn


      0.19 km


      The abstract formal idiom gives this stone and bronze sculpture a seemingly traditional appearance, but at the same time the work is an expression of the diversity of the human body and the changes we undergo through life. Located next to the library.
      Read more : Skagerrak
    • Photo: Peter Jørgensen

      Frederikshavn Rådhus

      0.29 km

      Town hall of Frederikshavn
      A 3 storey rectangular building with a Council Hall in a separate building.

      The structure is a concrete post-and-beam system fitted out with standard concrete elements.

      Painter, Arne L. Hansen has decided the colour combinations and created the artistic decoration in the building.
      Read more : Frederikshavn Rådhus
    • Photo: Peter Jørgensen

      Lighthouse Hirsholm

      7.3 km

      The islands lie about 7 km north east of Frederikshavn in shallow water between Napstjert in the north and Bangsbo in the south. They were formed by blue clay and sand deposited on reefs formed in the Ice Age. The islands consist of Hirsholm and Græsholm with several islets and reefs.

      The islands are a paradise for birds, protected by law since 1929. Outside Hirsholm, all traffic is forbidden. In addition to the rare species, there are colonies of seagulls on the islands, which are also used as resting-places by migrant birds.

      The inhabitants.

      Potsherds and flint stones are proof that the islands were inhabited in prehistoric time. The maximum population of 225 was reached in the 1870's. Until 1583 the islands were Crown property, then followed a number of different noble owners. In 1884 the islands were bought by the Danish Navy and are now owned by the Ministry of Defence.

      The church and school.

      The church dates from 1641. Before this, the locals had to use the church in Elling on the mainland. Cases of children dying before baptism, and bodies waiting for up to five weeks before burial, resulted in a living being established on the island.
      Nobleman Otto Skeel built an oak half-timbered church. This was later bricked and the porch added. The islands are now part of the Parish of Frederikshavn and a few services take place each year.The first school was started in 1641, but in 1970 the islands became part of the city of Frederikshavn and the school was closed.


      From the 17th to 19th century, fishing was the main occupation. Ship-piloting, once a source of income, was discontinued in 1916, partly due to the opening of the Kiel Canal. Ship wrecks have also given extra income, and smuggling was not entirely unknown. The lighthouse and mail boat also gave employment. The 1883 lighthouse is part of the home of the lighthouse keeper, now the island's supreme authority. 

      From 1760 to 1909 the island had a combined inn and general store, the only shop the island has seen. The mail boat started in 1782 and there are now three weekly sailings from Frederikshavn. 

      Dogs and cats are not allowed !

      Read more : Lighthouse Hirsholm
    • Photo: Mette Johnsen

      Råbjerg Mile

      24.48 km

      Info about Råbjerg Mile

      The migrating dune, Råbjerg Mile, is about 1km wide and 1km long, it is made of roughly 3,5 million m3 sand, and is 40 meters high. Each year the dune moves around 15 meters towards the Northeast, closer to Grenen, the top of Denmark. Attempts of afforestation did not stop the migrating dune, which is expected to cover the main road to Skagen in a century or two. Once the dune reaches an area with trees or other plantations, it takes approximately 40 years for the tree to re-emerge on the other side of the dune. The same goes for the "small lakes", indentations caused by the varying groundwater level. These lakes are in the beginning poor on nutrition and vegetations but after some time the plants are coming back.

      Råbjerg Mile on sand migration

      Behind the “mile” it leaves a small and moisty layer of sand that extended west out to Skagerak where Råbjerg Mile was formed more than 300 years in a landscape called Råbjerg Stene.

      The whole area near Skagen was affected by sand migration with sand coming from the west. Entire areas were covered in sand as the dunes formed and therefore destroyed the opportunity to cultivate the land. The inhabitants were forced to move after a difficult fight with the sand, where the sand-covered church is a proof of the fight and struggle. The church was in the end swallowed and covered by the sand. Today, only the church tower is visible and there is planted lyme grass and conifers to slow down the sand migration.

      Despite this, the area is nowadays under protection and owned by the state after strong protests from for example Jeppe Aakjær who was dissatisfied as the plantations (which should stop the sand migration) destroyed many beautiful nature areas.

      Attention: While hiking through Råbjerg Mile there can be a risk of walking into quicksand!

      Travel sustainably with bus and train in North Jutland

      Getting around North Jutland with public transport is effortless. Plan you trip with bus, train or ‘Plustur’ on

      Read more : Råbjerg Mile