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Welcome to Broholm Castle

For anyone with just a minimum of historical flair or romantic-nostalgic Faible a visit or stay at Broholm Castle a fascinating odyssey through almost 700 years of Denmark's history from Christopher VI to Margrethe V!, with the intervening 29 kings and 1 queen as players or extras in the Ulfeldt, the Skeel and the Sehested families saga. As a guest at Broholm Castle you will easily find yourself at home, as Broholm Castle is comfortable, clear and posses a unique atmosphere with its very cozy living rooms, which are all different and shows authenticity.

At Broholm Castle you can sit back and relax and be pampered, like the upper class people did back in time. Here is peace and quiet and beautiful nature surrounds the castle. The restaurant offers food of gourmet experience and the staff welcomes you with great professionalism, personal service and happy smiles.
Broholm Castle has 19 rooms, 16 at the castle and 3 in the "Old" Watermill opposite the castle. The main building offers several living rooms and the large Thorvaldsen Hall is for festive events. Book one of our four stays today or send an inquiry of a meeting or party and experience by yourself what our many satisfied guests have experienced.


Roskilde Study Choir visits Broholm

Roskilde Study Choir sings madrigals at Broholm. Come to the free concert on Sunday 5th of June at 01.00 PM in Thorvaldsen Hall. It is possible to book a table for lunch before the concert or end with coffee and cake after.


Broholmer society visits Broholm

Again this year, the Broholmer society and their many Broholmer dogs come to visit, so if you want to meet a real Broholmer dog, come by or book a stay the weekend in week 33.


Reviews and awards

Broholm Castle has received great awards on both the platform Tripadvisor and Booking.com. The best of all is that it is you guests who have helped to give us such great reviews. Thank you!


Farmer seeks love

On the 2nd November 2021, the Danes saw Broholm Castle in the popular dating program "Farmer seeks love" on Tv2, when the farmer Allan took his date, Jerry, on a stay at Broholm Castle.