Nymindegab Kro, Nørre Nebel

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Nymindegab Kro, Nørre Nebel

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273 ratings

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Delicious gastronomy at the inn in the dunes of the North Sea

At the top of the dune furthest west in Jutland, Nymindegab Kro is literally on the edge of Ringkøbing Fjord and Naturpark Vesterhavet, and no matter why you want to visit West Jutland, we at Nymindegab Kro can create a fantastic setting for your visit.

You can go on an inn stay to have an unforgettable experience with the person or people you love, you can use an inn stay to explore the gastronomic spectrum or you can go to do some fun physical activities. Whatever your purpose with the stay, you will find it here!

Nymindegab Kro tempts with a magnificent restaurant, from which you have a breathtaking view of the dunes, the fjord and the high West Jutland sky. Our restaurant is a playground for our chefs and waiters. Gastronomy is something we focus a lot on at Nymindegab Kro. The seasons are drawn into the menu, and we are happy to accept a special challenge.

Our menu is constantly changing, but there are always creatively composed menus, which are prepared from scratch with the best ingredients of the season. Overall, the inn's goal is to provide guests with great gastronomic experiences in informal surroundings. Below the high dunes, the sandy beach stretches for miles and invites to play and swimming on hot summer days as well as fresh walks in other seasons, where the North Sea may appear from its harsh side.

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi

  • Restaurant

  • Free parking

  • Charging station

  • Pets
  • Airport: 50 km

  • Trainstation: 8 km

  • Busstop: 100 m

  • Beach: 800 m

  • Fishing: 100 m

  • Golf: 12 km

  • 42 rooms

An enchanting view of the sand dunes from the restaurant

Nymindegab Kro was originally a four-lane farm, where the serving of food and drinks was established in the middle of the 19th century. The West Jutland nature with sea and fjord attracted many painters and other artists, and Nymindegab was in fact for a period a kind of West Jutland Skagen. One of the first painters was the young Laurits Tuxen, who came here from 1879, and the composer Carl Nielsen wrote some of the music for the opera Maskerade while he was in Nymindegab.

Unfortunately, the inn burned down in both 1936 and 1943, and the inn that stands here today has been completely renovated from basement to attic. In 2002, a completely new room wing was built, and in 2006, state-of-the-art course and conference facilities were established.

Worth knowing

32 modern rooms and 10 hotel apartments (42 rooms in total) 800 meters from the North Sea. Short breaks and gourmet stays. It is easy to take an active holiday in the area: You can play golf, windsurf, fish, ride and watch birds, take the packed lunch on a bike ride or row a canoe trip on Ringkøbing Fjord.

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