A piece of history
The castle’s history dates all the way back to 1326. Through the years, the castles has been owned by different families. In 1730 the current family, the Sehested family, took over the castle. Today the 13th generation of the family resides at the castles.
The castle has named an apple – the Broholm apple. The mother tree stood in the park and dates all the way back to 1866. Today you will find lots of apples trees around the castle. The juicy little apple is used to produce local fruit brandy which can be bought at the castle shop.
The castle has also named a rare Danish dog breed – the Broholm dog – which dates back to the late 1500s. Chamberlain N.F.B. Sehested bred the dog until he died and ensured the breed’s survival in Denmark.