Dallund Manor

Søndersø, Denmark

Dallund is first mentioned in 1340 and was in the possession of the Bryske family until 1614 and later, from 1792 to 1915, by the Blixen-Finecke family.

The east and north wings of the main building were originally built in about 1540. The staircase tower dates from an extension of the north wing in 1634 and the east wing was altered in about 1723. The two east facing lateral wings were designed by Niels Sigfred Nebelong and built in 1849.

The listed main building and the garden are owned by a self-owning institution under the municipalities on Funen. It houses the Dallund Rehabilitation Centre, a project under the Danish Cancer Foundation.



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Founded: 1540
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Denmark
Historical period: Early Modern Denmark (Denmark)

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Isabella Perron (3 months ago)
I had the best wedding here in December. The most delicious food and wonderful staff. It was like something out of a fairytale. The rooms are incredible, the beds so comfortable, and staff so friendly. Could not recommend more for any kind of event or even just a walk around the beautiful grounds. And again the food was AMAZING. I was not expecting the experience they delivered. 10/10! Susanne coordinated everything for us, including a hot dog truck to come at midnight. They created the best memories for me and my family.
lene schiemann (4 months ago)
Beautifully located and you can take a nice walk around the castle
Arthur Bak (9 months ago)
Very pretty place ?
Ole Andersen (9 months ago)
Fantastic to visit :)
Simon Holm (4 years ago)
Really beautiful setting
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