The newly renovated building is located in the castle’s beautiful park and has ten individually decorated guest rooms with accompanying bathrooms, of which eight are large double rooms and two are smaller. The Park Hotel is only available to be booked by one group of guests at a time. This means that you have complete privacy and exclusive access to the entire house with its drawing room, dining room, library and meeting rooms.
The Jugend Barock villa which dates back to 1912 was originally built for the estate’s tenant farmer by way of an extension made to the former residence. The architect was danish Henri Glaesel, who some years before stood for the vast renovation of Jordberga Castle in the same style and who in 1912 also designed the new widow house at Havgård.