Since the beginning of times, it has been possible to cross the Salling Sound by ferry, and the ferry inn has been here for centuries. From the end of the 1600s we know about a ferry house on the Mors side of the sound, and in 1767 it became a royally licensed inn. This inn was originally placed further south, but the present Sallingsund Færgekro was built in 1928.
The opening of the Sallingsund Bridge in 1978 put a stop to this epoch in the regional history, but the inn lives on in a new era. It has recently been renovated, and today it presents itself to the guests as a modern three-star hotel in which everything has been done to preserve the cosy style and the special charm of the place. The natural surroundings are exquisite with the magnificent area Legind Bjerge, Jesperhus flower park, Højriis Castle, the woods and the fjord. Within a few kilometres you find the capital of the island of Mors, Nykøbing Mors, with good shopping possibilities.
Sallingsund Færgekro is well suited for courses and conferences, but also for parties, excursions and weekends or simply as a place to spend a night en route. The cuisine is best described as the new Danish kitchen, but the chef certainly has nothing against the traditional cuisine, as we know it from the inns all over the country. In any case, he favours fresh ingredients and in particular fresh fish straight from the sea.