Peacefully situated by Jutland's lake district, the Gl. Skovridergaard, BW Premier Collection® is just 1.5 km from central Silkeborg. It offers a lush park, fine dining and accommodation options with a Bang & Olufsen TV.
Gl. Skovridergaard, BW Premier Collection® has bright, modern rooms and suites feature tea/coffee making facilities and a bathroom with shower. All rooms have scenic views, and many include a private balcony. Some have a minibar.
Skovridergaard's own restaurant, Orangeriet, serves a seasonal menu inspired by Danish as well as international cuisine. The bar is a nice place for an after-dinner drink.
Other facilities include a gym and sauna, and massage can be booked on site. Guests can borrow bikes for free and explore the surroundings at their own convenience.
Hotel Gl. Skovridergaard is just 2 kilometres from Silkeborg Museum, home to the 2,000-year-old preserved remains of the Tollund Man. Silkeborg Golf Club is 7 km away.
1 kilometer(s) from AQUA Ferskvand Akvarium, AQUA Aquarium & Zoo in Silkeborg is a family friendly discovery center featuring northern Europe’s largest freshwater aquarium and a nature park with wild animals native to Denmark. Inside, AQUA offers underwater experiences with panoramic views across large lakes, and fascinating exhibitions on the wildlife of the Danish lakes and water courses. Outside, you will find the AQUA park, which is home to beavers, otters, raccoons, white storks and lots of other animals. There is a wilderness trail and a large water play area with water canons, sluices, paddling pool and other fun activities. Touch the fish in the big touch pool or stroke the animals in the petting pen in AQUA’s park. Daily program of activities, including animal feeding.
1 kilometer(s) from Museum Jorn, situated just outside the town center in an area of parkland leading down to the River Gudena. The museum houses Asger Jorn's collections, donated from 1953–1973. More than 100 paintings, 90 ceramic works, drawings and graphic works by Asger Jorn himself are permanently exhibited in changing displays. In addition, the museum houses his collection of Danish and international art from the beginning of the century to 1970. The museum's own collections highlight selected figures in Danish expressionist art and experimental art from Western and Eastern Europe. Children under 18 have free admission to the museum.
22 kilometer(s) from Museum Silkeborg Blicheregnen, housed in the old farm wings of the rectory in Thorning, just opposite the church where Steen Steensen Blicher was minister from 1819–1825. Regional and cultural history museum with close ties to Steen Steensen Blicher. Large collection of stuffed birds and animals. The museum is housed in the former rectory. It was here that Blicher wrote his masterpiece En landsbydegns Dagbog (Diary of a Parish Clerk). The museum has a school service department in Thueninghus, around 1 kilometer from the main department. The museum also opens by appointment. The museum is one of the stop-offs on the Schnapps Route.
Orangeriet, on premises, full service, International, open for: dinner
Vinkaederen, on premises, bar/lounge, International, open for: dinner
Restaurant, on premises, buffet, Continental, open for: breakfast