THORS for 2 at Hotel Thisted

4.55572287709149 of 5 Stars

Includes per person per night:

  • 4-course menu (Chefs choice)
  • Overnight accommodation
  • Cold breakfast buffet

More about Hotel Thisted

Right in the heart of the old market town of Thisted, near the pedestrian zone and just 50 meters from the train station you find Hotel Thisted. The hotel is a beautiful old but lovingly renovated city hotel with a stylish and cozy restaurant decorated with antique furniture and warm colors.

Frederiksgade 16, 7700 Thisted
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Hotel facilities

  • Free wifi
  • Charging station
  • Public parking
  • Restaurant
  • Airport: 80 km
  • Train: 50 m
  • Busstop: 50 m
  • Beach: 500 m
  • Fishing: 500 m
  • Golf: 14 km
  • 39 Rooms

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Attractions nearby of THORS for 2

  • Photo: Jakob Kusk

    Thisted Pigen

    0.23 km

    The work was made by sculptor Henning Wienberg Jensen in 1947. In 1956, Wienberg Jensen won the Art Academy's gold medal for the bronze statue when he participated in the competition "A free-standing naked figure for a modern park." The statue was bought by Thisted Municipality the following year.

    "Thisted Girl" is also called "Limfjord Girl" and "The most beautiful girl in town".

    Henning Wienberg-Jensen was born and raised in Thisted. 

    Read more : Thisted Pigen
  • Thisted Museum

    0.21 km

    The story of Thy – from the Stone Age to surfing culture
    The objects' stories and modern forms of communication
    At Thisted Museum you can get closer to the good stories about Thy - the many years and the great lines - and about the area's contacts with the wider world from the first Stone Age people to today's entrepreneurial culture. The museum opened in the summer of 2023 in completely new, beautiful surroundings and with updated information. At this "Thyboernes Nationalmuseum" you can visit seven permanent exhibitions, where the focus is on the objects' stories about life in this area. In the Gravhøjen exhibition, which is about Thy's rich bronze age, you can meet the Kaller Fund, which, among other things, consists of a unique ceremonial axe; a find that is on a par with the sun chariot and gives us an insight into a past religion. You can also see interesting objects that came to the area in the Viking Age as a result of trade or robbery, and you can get up close to a rune stone and practice writing with runes. But it's not just about Thy in the very old days, because you can follow the story right up to our own time. Who are the Thybos really? Some have lived here for many generations, while others have moved here with a surfboard under their arm and a dream of what Thy is or can become. In the museum's attic you can experience history at a child's level and play through what you have seen in the exhibitions. Follow up FacebookTwitter
    Read more : Thisted Museum
  • Photo: Thy Turistforening

    Dune plantations by Vandet lake in Thy National Park

    9.78 km

    The area around Vandet Lake are the plantations called Nystrup, Vandet and Vilsbøl Dune Plantations and they constitute 2270 ha, 460 ha and 1250 ha respectively.

    16 marked trails have been established in this most alternating terrain around Vandet Lake and Nors Lake. Vandet Lake is one of the purest lakes in Denmark!

    In Nystrup Plantation you will find Nordvestjysk Golf Course - 18 holes in a beautiful scenery!

    Read more : Dune plantations by Vandet lake in Thy National Park
  • Photo: Morsø Turistbureau - Destination Mors

    Fossil- og Molermuseet

    11.44 km

    The museum shows an impressive collection of fossils and tells the story about the mo-clay's formation and its utilization in modern days. This is also the area where there have been found the most and the best fossils – the turtle “Luffe”, Denmark’s longest truck, huge ikait crystals just to mention a few.

    The moler emerged about 55 million years ago at the bottom of a big ocean, which covered the area in which Mors and Fur are placed today. The moler consists of a mixture of fine clay and incomprehensible amounts of microscopic diatomite, which lived, died, and sank to the bottom of the moler ocean.

    There is also an area with microscopes where you can examine the moler yourself. With a small pick or hammer and split a stone crosswise. The inside can reveal the contours of a bird, a fish, or maybe a tortoise. Combined with the beautiful landscapes, a fossil hunt is a unique experience.

    In the beautiful surroundings you will find a nature trail, which leads through one of the moler graves and past excavated houses from the Viking Ages and the Middle Ages.
    You are welcome to search for fossils at the bottom of the grave. However, it is not allowed to search for fossils in the steep walls due to landslide danger. You can have your findings assessed in the museum. Suitable for handicapped.

    The Museum of Mors

    The Fossil- and Molermuseum is a part of Museum Mors. When you have paid the entrance fee you can free visit: Dansk Støberimuseum, Dueholm Kloster og Skarregaard.
    Read more about Museum Mors.

    Read more : Fossil- og Molermuseet
  • Photo: Thy Turistforening


    14.87 km

    Klitmøller has always been known as a popular holiday village, and now it is also world famous because of it's fantastic windsurfing and surfing conditions, the area is known as "Cold Hawaii". 

    Nystrup Camping has special housing facilities for surfers.

    In Klitmøller you will also find specialty shops with surf equipment, delightful dining options ranging from the food from the grill, home smokehouse, pancakes, pizza or gourmet restaurant.

    Klitmøller also has a small regional museum that bears witness to the heyday of fishing from shore. The well preserved, old fishing houses in Klitmøller indicate the great period of trade in the past.

    Read more : Klitmøller
  • Photo: Thy Turistforening

    Østerild Plantation, Thy

    16.28 km

    Close by Østerild is a cozy forest playground. There are tables and benches where you can enjoy your lunch, and there is an outdoor forest privy at the site.

    Østerild plantation cuts through the old Aalborg Road that divides the plantation into two quite different parts, both with interesting nature.

    There are trails marked, in the area. These are marked with red or yellow arrows on low posts:

    * The Bogs: 2.8 km.
    * Rødbro Fælled trip: 6 km.
    * Tamhøjturen: 3.4 km.
    * View trip: 2 km.
    * Dogs tour: Here is an opportunity to let the dog run free.

    Along the way, on each of the trips, you will pass some of Thy's many bronze aged burial mounds.

    Read more : Østerild Plantation, Thy
  • Photo: Thy Turistforening

    Bunker Museum Hanstholm - Denmark's largest bunker museum

    19.07 km

    It consists of Hanstholm's unique 2500m2 museum bunker, where several of the rooms have been restored to their original appearance, so you can see how the soldiers lived. In the bunker there are also some exciting exhibitions.

    The battery was built in 1941 together with a similar battery at Kristiansand in Norway, blocking the entrance to the Skagerrak, to keep the English fleet out. The battery consisted of four large 38cm guns, each of which had a weight of 110 tons. The guns could fire a distance of 55km... almost halfway to Norway!

    Interactive exhibition
    The exhibition center on top of the bunker houses the exhibition "Enemy & Neighbour - Hanstholm occupied!" The exhibition is about life in Denmark's strongest fortress during World War II. With the people in focus, the story is told by both the German soldiers and civilian life in the shadow of the fortifications, and how the occupiers and the occupied lived together.

    On tour with the ammunition train
    Hop on the museum train and take a tour in and around the battery where you pass through an ammunition bunker and one of the bunkers that housed the 38cm cannon. The museum train will take you through the historic terrain along the original narrow gauge track that the Germans built to transport the heavy ammunition to the cannons. The train runs every day during the summer and also in week 42 (Autumn Holiday). The trip is one kilometer long and lasts about ten minutes.

    Scenic walks in the occupants footsteps
    At Bunker Museum Hanstholm you will find a beautiful and varied forest that was before, just a bare and rugged dune landscape and home to many of the german army’s bunkers. Today you can go on wonderful walks in the nature here.

    Explore the many bunkers scattered across the landscape, some underground, others built as lookout points whose foremost role was to spot the enemy. During the year, there are also several guided bunker walks which are free to participate. The dates for the bunker walks can be found on the museum's website or facebook page.

    Hanstholm 1 Open-air Museum
    In the sand dunes south of Hanstholm you will find the open-air museum Hanstholm 1, which is one of the best preserved coastal batteries in Denmark. The Open-air Museum Hanstholm 1 is also part of the Bunker Museum Hanstholm, so start or end your museum day with a visit to the sand dunes. It’s a great experience for the whole family to walk around the hilly bunker landscape.

    Explore the beautiful, undisturbed surroundings and see if you can find all 19 bunkers. They are pretty much all open, so you can go inside and imagine what it was like to lie there and guard a part of the Skagerrak from land.

    The Atlantic Wall in North Jutland
    In collaboration with other bunker museums in North Jutland, and out of approx. 100 local WWII bunker locations, we have selected 24 of them which we think are really worth a visit. There is an info board at the locations, giving information about the site and its history. Using a QR code on the poster, you can enter the new website via your smartphone and find more information, maps, historical photos and more. You can also use the link here: www.atlantvolden-nordjylland.dkk

    Facebook Follow us on Facebook and get updates about what’s going on at the museum as well as interesting stories and pictures from WW2, Hanstholm and the surrounding area.

    Travel sustainably in North Jutland
    Getting around North Jutland with public transport is effortless. Plan you trip with bus, train or ‘Plustur’ on If you book a ‘Plustur’, you will even be driven from the station straight to your doorstep.

    Read more : Bunker Museum Hanstholm - Denmark's largest bunker museum
  • Photo: Kristian Amby

    Nationalpark Thy

    19.33 km

    Where the North Sea hits Thy with full force, where sandstorms raged for centuries, where the expanses are greater and nature is wilder, Denmark's first national park lies. Full of unique nature experiences.

    Nationalpark Thy is Denmark's first national park, inaugurated on August 22, 2008. The national park covers 244 square kilometers and contains the largest concentration of dune heath in Europe. It comes with responsibilities.

    Read more : Nationalpark Thy
  • Photo: Jakob Kusk

    Thy Lejren

    19.9 km

    Thy Lejren is owned by the association “Det Ny Samfund”, which is organized with the general meeting (every year, Aug. 21. at 2 pm) as the highest authority, that means there is no board or chairman. Decisions are mostly taken in consensus but voting can also be seen.

    Thy Lejren is a social experiment.


    Read more : Thy Lejren
  • Photo: Morsø Turistbureau - Destination Mors

    Jesperhus Feriepark - Flowerpark

    22.87 km

    The largest flower park of Scandinavia is filled with perennials, roses, various summer flowers of the world, succulents and giant flower figurines. You can also witness the fairy tale garden of H.C. Andersen with various characters from the famous stories.

    At the center of the park the Pirate land is located, with lots of attractions and carousels. There's a western land, bouncer, mini trains, boats, motorcycles, shooting range, mini cars, trampolines and ponies.

    See opening hours and prices at:

    The entry ticket can be exchanged to a season pass, for a price. Children under the age of three: no charge.
    A Jesperhus season pass grants free entrance and discounts at various other attractions, among other thngs. Check the homepage for additional information.

    Read more : Jesperhus Feriepark - Flowerpark
  • Photo: Morsø Turistbureau - Destination Mors

    Legind Bjerge

    23.47 km

    Legind-Højriis is a magical area where the landscape seems to change with every step one takes. Almost 900 hectares of land are preserved here and not only with regard to the nature of the area, but with regard to your opportunities as visitor, as well. 

    One can experience the delightful play between the Limfjord, the wooded ridges crowned with burial mounds and the open ravines of the heath with ancient sunken roads.

    The first trees were planted in 1893 by local citizens and the area quickly became one of the favourite recreational areas for the islanders. In the area, there is a festival area and
    open air theatre.

    Legind Bjerge has many great trails for both hikers and mountain bikers. A special brochure over these is available at the Morsø Tourist Office.

    Read more : Legind Bjerge
  • Photo: Thy Turistforening

    Heltborg Museum / Sydthy Kunst- og Kulturcenter

    26.43 km

    Tools, reconstruction and revitalization

    The Cultural History Department houses a large collection of agricultural implements from the first half of the 20th century.

    Outside the museum, a reconstruction of an Iron Age house has been erected, the dimensions of which are taken from an archeological excavation nearby.

    In the summer, there is a revival and children's activities on the Iron Age site for the benefit of the visitors every year in the month of July.


    Sydthy Art and Culture Center

    Heltborg Museum's art department houses several artists associated with Thy. Their works are exhibited occasionally. Paintings, drawings and lithographs by Jens Søndergaard (1895-1957) and works by Leo Estvad and Ellen Raadal, and sculpture exhibition by Erland Knudssøn Madsen are a regular part of the exhibition.

    At Heltborg Museum, the local poet Hans Bakgaard has his own memorial room. He was a good singer and dreamed of a singing career. Therefore, he went to America, but he returned home disappointed and settled on his childhood home at Ydby. He became a poet and even published his own collections of poems and dilettante pieces. For some years he also arranged hometown concerts in Ydby.


    Activity all year round

    During the year there are various activities for all age groups.


    Heltborg Museum is part of Museum Thy.

    Read more : Heltborg Museum / Sydthy Kunst- og Kulturcenter