Brondums Hotel

Anchersvej 3, Skagen, Jutland, 9990, Denmark | Hotel
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A Bit of Culture & touch of Mystery

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... further drifting. This worked initially but later, the wind veered and now the problem was with the boats pointing the other way but the anchors seemed to hold and later, the wind eased somewhat.

We’d decided that we would spend the morning on the boat, just whilst the wind was at its strongest and so it wasn’t until after lunch that we went for a stroll. We expected a small high street with a few shops but there were far ...

A sail across the Kattegat

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... anchor and then tie off the stern or bow respectively on the pontoon. As it was windy, we chose to drop the heavier bow anchor and reverse to the pontoon, which we succeeded in doing at the second attempt. Our first effort had the boat too far over, leaving too large a gap between ourselves and our neighbours so we upped anchor and started again.

As I said, at this time of the year this is a very popular spot and the pier-side ...

Faith in Denmark restored

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw


... our visit was to see the Tollund Man, or bog man as he is also known - arguably the most well-preserved body from prehistoric times. The body was discovered in 1950 in a bog close to Silkeborg and was in such good condition that the police thought they were dealing with a murder case. However, it soon became clear that this was more a case for archaeologists to solve. Even though the body is roughly 2500 years old, one can still see the stubble on his face!

A day up North

A travel blog entry by jgrace


... fun if you're the type of person to jump in the waves when you visit the ocean.

Skagen doesn't just have an amazing natural site though, it's also the home to some incredible history. During the second World War, Skagen was home to 313 Nazi bunkers belonging to all three branches of the German military. Today 159 of the bunkers have been found. Some can still be explored, while others have been buried or taken by the ocean. ...


A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


... up and devour our packed lunch. Skagen was our next destination, and after admiring a 1561 style light house (Parrot lantern) we strolled the main street before finding a pub and learning exactly how expensive it is in this country... Definitely missing Luxembourg's beer prices.... Only being able to afford one round we kept on the move and drove further down the coast until we found an awesome camp spot on a secluded beach just below ...

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This hotel, located on Anchersvej 3, Skagen, is near Skagen Museum, Skagens Museum, Town of Skagen, and Michael & Ana Ancher Hus.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good