About the Manor
Our vision for the manor and the future
The story of Broløkke
Broløkke was mentioned for the first time in 1512. The manor and its estate served for more than 245 years as a pleasure, hunting and summer residence for one of Denmark’s most powerful aristocratic families, Ahlefeldt-Laurvig. In these historic buildings, aristocracy and royalty have celebrated the joys of hunting. Here such famed artists as storyteller Hans Christian Andersen, painter Paul Fischer and author Karen Blixen also found both artistic and spiritual respite. The main buildings were constructed in 1758, extended in 1873 and heritage-listed in 1918. Erected in 1872, the Manor House of approx. 2,700 m2 offers 46 guestrooms and 13 hotel apartments. The estate parkland covers approx. 6 hectares.
In 2021, Broløkke Manor was purchased by a family seeking to breathe new life into the manor. The vision is to create Denmark’s most beautiful manor. With the help of some of the nation’s most talented architects and local craftspeople, Broløkke Herregård has once again regained its magic. With great veneration for the heritage buildings and surrounding landscape, new facilities, new gardens and new courtyards have been designed.