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Naesbyholm Slot
Naesbyholm Slot Star Rating 4        
Naesbyholm Alle 7-9, Glumso

Naesbyholm Slot provides a comfortable setting when in Naestved.Naesbyholm Slot provides cosy rooms, furnished to suit the requirements of any guest.Roskilde Airport is a 60-minute drive from the hotel.
Hotel E4
Hotel E4 Star Rating 2        
Maribolandevej 4

This warm, simple hotel off E 47 is 8 km from the early 15th-century Maribo Cathedral and the Maribo Abbey ruins, and 14 km from Knuthenborg Safaripark, the largest safari park in Northern Europe.The straightforward rooms feature free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.Hot breakfast buffet, served in the restaurant, is free, as is parking.
Fjordkroen Star Rating 4        
Bækkeskovstræde 23

On the banks of the Præstø Fjord, this quaint hotel is 5 km from Roholte Church and 15 km from Jomfruens Egede manor house.The understated rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, as well as terraces with fjord views.There's a garden, a campsite and a terrace with seating and fjord views.
Hotel Nysted Havn
Hotel Nysted Havn Star Rating 3        
Strandvejen 73

This harbourside hotel is in the Lolland city of Nysted. Housed in a renovated early 1900s building, it provides free Wi-Fi and free private parking. The main street, Adelgade, is 200 yards away.
Hotel Australia Vejle
Hotel Australia Vejle Star Rating 3        
Daemningen 6

The 3-star Hotel Australia evokes an ambience of luxury and warmth. Conveniently located, affordable rates and clean, comfortable rooms - this is all part of your stay with Hotel Australia. Experience world class hospitality when you stay.
Best Western Plus Kronjylland
Best Western Plus Kronjylland Star Rating 4        
Vestergade 51-53

Set in a 100-year old building with chic modern interiors, this hotel is a 3-minute walk from Randers train station and a 10-minute walk from the shops and restaurants in Randers Old Town.Decorated in pared-back Scandinavian style, the contemporary rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, and desks; some have balconies. Upgraded rooms and 1 suite add sitting areas.
OsterGaards Hotel
OsterGaards Hotel Star Rating 3        
Silkeborgvej 94

Set in a modest building, this laid-back hotel is 1.4 km from Herning train station, 2.1 km from the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art and 5 km from the Jyske Bank Boxen arena.
Hotel Aalborg Aalborg
Hotel Aalborg Aalborg Star Rating 3        
Østerbro 27

This modest redbrick hotel is a 2-minute walk from the nearest bus stop, 1 km from Jomfru Ane Gade, a lively shopping and dining street, and 4 km from the Aalborg Zoo.The bright rooms, some with sofas, offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. There's also a 4-bedroom apartment with a minifridge, tea and coffeemaking facilities, a 55-inch flat-screen TV and a balcony.
Green Solution House
Green Solution House Star Rating 4        
Strandvejen 79

This Bornholm hotel is in a green area in Rønne, 200 metres from a sand beach. It offers rooms and apartments with free sauna and pool access and free parking.All rooms and apartments at Hotel Ryttergarden have satellite TV.
Pyttegarden Apartments
Pyttegarden Apartments Star Rating 3        
Kjeldsebyvej 3

Pyttegarden Apartments provides 3-star accommodation, plus bicycle rental, free Wi-Fi and a laundry service. It also offers a garden.Guests of the property have access to its wide variety of outdoor activities, including fishing and hiking.
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Located in northern Europe, Denmark is bordered by the North Sea, the Baltic Sea, and Germany, which is its only connection to the European mainland. Most of its landmass is occupied by the Jutland peninsula while the remaining 500 islands, of which only a hundred are occupied, comprise the rest of the country. The Skagerrak and Kattegat straits separate it from Norway and Sweden.

The present-day Denmark owes its cultural and linguist origins to the Danes who migrated here from Sweden in around AD 500. Denmark's history, till the medieval period, is marked by much carnage and bloodshed. The Thirty Years War with Sweden followed by the Napoleonic Wars inflicted damages on the economy of the country. Although Denmark remained neutral in both the World Wars, it surrendered to Germany in 1940 following the large build-up of German forces along its borders.