Skjoldenæsholm hotel is a combination of the classic manor and modern conference room, centrally located in the center of Zealand, only 50 minutes from Copenhagen. The manor was transformed from private residence to a hotel and conference center in 1971. Skjoldenæsholm is today owned and operated by the 8th generation of the Bruun de Neergaard family. Skjoldenæsholm Hotel and Conference center is at balance between a classical manor, and a modern conference room. The history of the house dates back almost 400 years ago, and is situated in some of Zealand's most beautiful nature. The reception is staffed from 07:00 to 21:00, and the night watchman in found in the house at night.
We have a total of 43 rooms. All with bath and toilet as well as telephone and TV. All rooms are individually decorated. We can accommodate 72 overnight guests in the main building. Just a stone's throw from the main building we can offer the little house "Vægterhuset" and "Godskontoret", which accommodates rooms or small apartments.
For meetings and conferences we have four conference rooms: 1 room for 28-52 people, 1 room for 16-26 people. 2 conference rooms accommodating 8-28 people. In addition, we have 4 rooms for group work, as well as many cozy living rooms, which we invite all our guests to use. There is free wifi available in the Manor. Furthermore a chairsman office with desktop computer, printer and copier is found next to the reception.
For parties we have several different living rooms and halls, with seating possibilities for 8-90 guests, which can accommodate your unique party.
Skjoldenæsholm Castle in Denmark (a 1 hour drive from Copenhagen), is the ultimate getaway destination if you need to unwind completely. The peaceful surroundings, the impressive history and the exquisite food welcomes guests from near and far – if it sounds like a fairytale, that’s exactly what it is!
The manor with several hundred year's of history has a unique atmosphere. It was a breathtaking experience to draw away the curtains and see two swans sliding over the lake in the morning haze.