Stay With Half Board at Hotel Tønderhus

  • City Break
  • half-board-offer

Includes per person per night:

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

More about Hotel Tønderhus

In the heart of the marshlands, you will find Hotel Tønderhus. The cosy restaurant serves pure pleasure with a cheery smile. Tønder is a natural starting point for fantastic experiences, such as the Sort Sol phenomenon (the gathering of large flocks of starlings in autumn or spring).

Jomfrustien 1, 6270 Tønder
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Hotel facilities

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Fitness Room
  • Free wifi
  • Free parking
  • Charging station
  • Restaurant
  • Bicycle loan/rental
  • Airport: 45 km
  • Train: 500 m
  • Busstop: 0
  • Beach: 30 km
  • Fishing: 1 km
  • Golf: 3 km
  • 62 Rooms

Other stays atHotel Tønderhus

Attractions nearby of Stay With Half Board

  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    Amtmandspalæet - Tønder

    0.04 km

    The most distinguished house in Tønder. As chief administrative officer of Tønder County, Count U.A. Ulstein built this Rococco-Classical palace in 1767, designed by the the architect of Odd Fellow-Palaeet in Copenhagen, J.G. Rosenberg.

    It is a beautiful mansion in the Louis Seize style built according to drawings by architects J. G. Rosenberg and N. H. Jardin. The front side facing Jomfrustien and the back side facing the garden are almost exactly the same with windows, door, stairs and frontispiece.

    The side facing Jomfrustien differs, however, in that above the main door there is a sandstone with a relief of a vase framed in a clam, and in that at the top of the frontispiece there is a sandstone decoration, with a medallion with a woman's head in profile surrounded by two garlands . The mansion has been completely unchanged since 1768, but underwent extensive restoration in 1950, and was then listed.

    Today the building is used by the Danish chimney sweepers' association.

    Read more : Amtmandspalæet - Tønder
  • Sculpture garden - Tønder

    0.09 km

    Skulpturhaven (Sculpture Garden) is an area around Amtmandens Have, Bachmanns Vandmølle and Vidåen that provide the setting for a number of beautiful sculptures in Tønders urban environment.

    Read more : Sculpture garden - Tønder
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    Bachmanns Vandmølle - Water mill

    0.1 km

    The water mill, from 1598, originally belonged to Toender Castle. It is now used for a variety of musical arrangements, including Toender Festival the last weekend in August. Can only be seen from the outside.
    Read more : Bachmanns Vandmølle - Water mill
  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    Maren's Lace - Tønder

    0.1 km

    The sculpture is made by the artist Jørgen Hansen, born 1945. The sculpture was paid for by Ny Carlsberg Fondet (Foundation).
    Read more : Maren's Lace - Tønder
  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    The Art Museum - Tønder

    0.1 km

    The Art Museum in Tønder exhibits the best art from the North from approx. 1880 until today. The museum shows, moreover, special exhibitions with works from the rich design tradition in the North. All exhibitions are presented in large, light and sensuous rooms, which in themselves strike a Nordic note. The building is from 1999.

    Today the Water Tower houses a museum for the famous furniture architect Hans J. Wegner's present from year 1995. The present consists of 37 chairs, which he meant would represent his design in the best way in his hometown Tønder.

    Read more : The Art Museum - Tønder
  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    Sculpture Foden (The foot) - Tønder

    0.1 km

    Foden (The foot) is a sculpture in bronze by Svend Wiig Hansen (1922-1997). Svend Wiig Hansen had a special connection to The South Jutland Art Museum in Tønder because he was born in Møgeltønder.

    The sculpture is 2,93 m high, 1,09 m wide and 1,47 m in depth.

    Read more : Sculpture Foden (The foot) - Tønder
  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    Cultural history - Tønder

    0.13 km

    The exhibitions at Tønder Museum of cultural history show examples of quality craftsmanship from South Western Jutland. On display are silversmith work, Tønder lace, furniture, faience, and Dutch tiles, all either produced in or imported to the area, when trade and shipping flourished in the 18th and 19th centuries. In the oldest part of the museum - the old gatehouse of Tønder Castle from the 1500’s - is the former town jail house. The cells are preserved as they looked around 1916.

    From the Water Tower are views of the museum complex, the old ramparts of Tønder Castle and the whole area around Tønder.

    Read more : Cultural history - Tønder
  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    Uldgade - Tønder

    0.16 km

    Uldgade is probably the most picturesque street of all the beautiful streets and alleys of Tønder. The street is paved with cobblestone, and the gable of the houses with the funny bay windows face the street. The reason for this was that the plots of land were long and narrow. Normally, the entrance and the living room faced the street, whereas the best and finest parlour faced the yard.

    The artisans and people of humle means lived in Uldgade and the other streets of the town, whereas the important merchants had their far larger houses along the main street Storegade. Many of these fine houses were equipped with grand portals above the ingeniously ornamented doors.

    Read more : Uldgade - Tønder
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    Den Angelske Gård - Tønder

    0.21 km

    Vestergade No. 14 is called the 'Angelske' House and has the only Louis XVIth entrance in town. The building was formerly a tobacco factory. The entrance has beautifully carved wooden doors.

    Can only be seen from the outside.

    Read more : Den Angelske Gård - Tønder
  • Photo: Jørgen Jensen

    The House of Mayor Richtsen

    0.24 km

    The house was built in 1777 by the rich lace merchant and mayor Carsten Richtsen.

    Large 2-storey baroque building with large bay windows and a beautiful sandstone portal with Rococo ornaments and doors. Probably the city's most beautiful house.

    The house is not only geographically located in the border country, but is also architecturally a hybrid composed of several different styles and influences. As a testimony to the cultural and architectural development of Southern Denmark, it is not only of regional but also of national importance and as such indispensable to the Danish cultural heritage.


    Can only be seen from the outside.


    Read more : The House of Mayor Richtsen
  • Photo: Rømø-Tønder Turistbureau

    Drøhses House

    0.28 km

    Drøhses house reopens on 22 March 2024!!

    Drøhse's house was built in 1672 by county clerk Friedrich Jürgensen. The gable house was built in the middle of the main street in Tønder.

    The house is named after bookseller F.W.E Drøhse, who bought it in 1859.

    The interior follows West Schleswig building custom with a hallway, the "dielen", which runs through the entire house on the ground floor, a bay window room, "æ dørns", facing the main street, and the fine living room, the "piselen", facing the garden side. The house is furnished with older furniture and paintings.

    The old kitchen with fireplace has been preserved, and if you take a walk in the basement, you can see an exhibition about architecture in Tønder, a city model and a collection of iron stoves. In the "piselen" and on the first floor there are usually lace exhibitions.

    The house's 2nd floor with the impressive ceiling construction is designed as a study hall, where, among other things, are taught lacemaking.

    Read more : Drøhses House
  • Kagmanden - Tønder

    0.34 km

    As late as in the 19th century the whipping post was of great importance in the urban life of many towns in Northern Europe. The post was placed on a brick-built rise, and chained to it the offenders were whipped by the executioner. Simultaneously the victim lost his civil rights and had to leave the municipality.

    Minor violations of the law often led to public whippings. In 1813 a shoemaker's apprentice was caught in stealing apples. He was sentenced to public whipping and to be put in stocks. But on this occasion justice was tempered with mercy. The judgment was reversed. The apprentice was sentenced to three days' imprisonment and put on bread and water. So he was allowed to serve his apprenticeship. It turned out differently for a young girl who in 1865 had committed a minor theft.

    She was whipped and put in stocks and was expelled from the municipality. As a reminder to observe the law a statue carved out of wood was often placed on the top of the whipping post, a so called 'whipping post - man'. Toender got its last 'whipping post -man' in 1699. 8 men and 6 horses dragged a log of oak up to town, and the wood-carver carved a soldier-like figure.It is unknown how many years the figure was placed in the market place.

    Today the original figure - the only remaining whipping post figure in Denmark - is exhibited at Toender museum - a valuable souvenir of the legal system in the past.

    Read more : Kagmanden - Tønder