With the North Sea as a neighbor on one side and Denmark's answer to the Sahara, Råbjerg Mile on the other side, Hjorths Badehotel lies undisturbed in the nature that, with its special light, has drawn painters to Skagen for centuries.
Since 1890, when the bathing hotel was built as one of the first bathing pensions, artists and good people have also traveled to enjoy the peace and recharge the batteries at this little pearl of a hotel in Kandestederne. And funnily enough, it was also here where Hanna Lundblad and Stig Thorsboe were inspired for TV 2's hit series Badehotellet in 2012. The first manuscripts were, as it were, written in a summer house directly opposite Hjorth's.
If you dream of going on holiday and recharging your batteries in the same way as they do in TV 2's Badehotellet, then Hjorths Badehotel is a really good place.
You stay in newly renovated, bright rooms, furnished with a sense of the original, from which you can enjoy the view of the dune landscape and let a fresh sea breeze air the bedding. It's really nice to be here!
Unpretentious, Danish restaurant
In 2018, Hjorths was taken over by Mikael Valentin, who previously owned Restaurant RUSK in Aalborg.
He has led the kitchen on Kandebakkevej back to classic Danish food with a focus on local, seasonal and not least homemade dishes that ooze quality without being pretentious.
This means that you will find Danish classics on the menu, such as smørrebrød for lunch, star shots, omelette, grandma's salad, etc.
All in all, both restaurant and hotel can be recommended for a stay in Skagen, regardless of whether it is just a small lunch or a longer stay with overnight stays at the beach hotel.
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