Overview – Castles and manors on Fyn
You see them everywhere – there are 123 castles and manors on Fyn. Once they were inhabited by earls and barons, and many still are. You are invited into their lordly chambers and beautiful parks. Some are run only for the purpose of farming and forestry and must be admired at a distance.
The listed main building was built in 1638–1656 with fortifications in Renaissance style, as well as a moat and three towers. Buildings, drawbridge and manor buildings are visible from ...
No public admission to the castle, but admission to the Rhododendron park, entrance from the Street Spanget in Korinth.
Sleep at Broholm Castle
Sleeping at Broholm Castle
It's almost like waking up in the baron's bed. The rooms and mini-suites at Broholm reflects all state-similarity, which was the setting for upper-class life in past centur...
Dallund Castle by Søndersø
See the impressive white castle building at Dallund, which dates back to the 16th century - and take a walk around the beautiful lake in front of the castle!
Nyborg Slot is a royal castle built towards the end of the 12th century as part of the defence which the Danish kings established against the Wends.
The Romantic Garden Sanderumgaard
Explore the romantic garden, which has been recreated by it's current owners to reflect the peaceful style originally set up by Johan Bülow in the period 1793-1828. He erected minimalistic gazebos and...
N.F.S. Grundtvig was a private tutor at Egeløkke from 1805 - 1808. Private Property, no access.
In 1850, the original timber-framed farm was torn town and the existing Erholm Manor was built in neo-Gothic style according to drawings by architect J. D. Herholdt, who is also renowned ...
Glorup Estate and park
Glorup is one of Denmark's most interesting estates and is located approx. 10 km from Nyborg. It was built in the 1590s as a four-winged Renaissance farm, but was rebuilt in 1765 into a typical, small...
Gyldensteen Castle is an impressive sight with a magnificent Renaissance building and beautiful surroundings by the meadow and the forest.
Hagenskov Gods/Hagenskov Manor
Hagenskov Gods/Hagenskov Manor
The existing Hagenskov Manor was built in neo-classicist style in 1775 by owner Niels Ryberg under the leadership of municipal architect G. E. Rosenberg.
The manor was cl...
Harridslevgaard is the only castle on North Funen where you can get a look inside. Visit the pretty renaissance castle that was once a hideout for robbers and thieves!
A visit to Hindsgavl Castle in Middelfart is sure to bring fun and memorable experiences, whatever the occasion. Stay one or more nights, go for a walk in the castle park or enjoy a de...
The manor Hofmansgave has existed since 1483, and at that time it was located on an island in Odense Fjord. But now you don't have to get wet feet just to go there. Since then, the manor has changed o...
Hvedholm Castle Hotel
Hvedholm Castle is situated on the outskirts of Faaborg. The grandiose main building with the impressive view and location near the South Funen Archipelago, is breathtaking. In 1880, Count Bille Brahe...
Jerstrup Manor House
Jerstrup manor is beautifully situated by forest, lake and the long stream Kragelund Møllebæk, and the pretty half-timbered building is worth a little detour just for the view.
The manor is located about two kilometres from the town of Glamsbjerg and is surrounded by Krengerup Woods. Admission to the park is free, but visitors are kindly requested to stay on th...
The beautiful Langesø Castle is located next to the long lake and close to Odense, in the middle of the deep woods ...
The beautiful building next to Sandager Church is the old manor house Sandagergård, which has been built and rebuilt a few times here on the site.
Take a couple of days and go to Skrøbelev Gods with the love of your life or a couple of good friends, you can expect a total experience. It includes both delicious food, top-class service and an atmo...
Known as a royal castle back in the 13th century this fortified manor house has it all: fortified earthworks, parklands, a castle lake, moats, watermill, ridning area, stables and a theatre. From its ...
King Christian IV bought Skinnerup, an estate by the innermost shore of Kertinge Bay, in 1616. In 1632, the king decided to build impressive new buildings on the site, which would become the residence...