Skrøbelev Gods

Rudkobing, Denmark

Skrøbelev Gods (Skrøbelev Manor) is a traditional Danish estate dating back to 1669. The name has been changed from 'Skrøbelevgaard' to the current name in 2007. It is located on the island of Langeland in the south of Denmark. The Manor House has recently been renovated and is now being used as a venue for weddings and other celebrations. The estate features a large courtyard, surrounded by the main building, green meadows with its display of strutting peacocks, cascading fountain, moat and the bridge which leads you to the church. The Estate has 6 horse stables and the area is a relatively popular destination for eco-tourism and fishing as the island is a thin strip of land, surrounded by the sea on both sides.

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Founded: 1669
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Denmark
Historical period: Absolutism (Denmark)

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Tally Paulsen (2 years ago)
Have been here for gintasting and dinner. We got a guided tour around the Estate the girl told many stories, I remember one about a special tree, and the ghost story which was told after the meal. At the gintasting there were many stories, and not enough knowledge about the gin. The Estate is very nice but nothing spectacular. The main dinning room is beautiful but the menu and the food is not worth the expensive price.
Freda Rothgarn (3 years ago)
Good place to relax with your dearly beloved?❤️
Morten Knudsen (4 years ago)
Dining at the restaurant - very nicely arranged dishes and speciality beers. Finer dining in the Rudkøbing area is not possible. Also have a look at their tasting events.
Michael Jørgensen (5 years ago)
Nice place. Good food and Great surroundings.
Erik Clausen (6 years ago)
Super menneskevarmt og venligt. Rigtig god, vedkommende og engageret modtagelse med rundvisning og gode værelser. Menuen var velkomponeret, meget vesmagende og elegant. Hyggeligt i den store "riddersal ". Med spøgelseshistorier efter kaffen. Personalet engageret og professionelt. Skrøbeløv Gods får gæsterne til at føle sig hjemme og velkomne. BRAVO. Et virkeligt godt sted at besøge.
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