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Den Gamle Grænsekro

In the scenic, rural surroundings of the gingerbread town Christiansfeld lies Den Gamle Grænsekro.

Den Gamle Grænsekro (The Old Border-Inn) is a royally privileged inn dating from around the year 1600. The inn is full of traditions and holds an important place in the history of Denmark and Southern Jutland, is it was here, on July 10th 1920, that the Danish King Christian X mounted his white horse and rode into Southern Jutland to celebrate the reunion to Denmark.

The style of the inn is both classically modern and traditional, which means that you will feel the breath of history when moving about in the cosy hallways and charming rooms. With its old-fashioned, intimate "hygge", the inn is always the perfect place for a delicious dinner.

The menu spans from traditional Danish inn-meals to more modern arrangements, all of which are prepared using the best raw produces and are always served freshly made.

The inn also has rooms of all sizes to serve all kinds of parties, meetings and conferences.


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