In the area

In the area

The Beach "Galløkken" close to Fredensborg Badehotel

Erichsen's Gaard in Rønne

Lovely sandy beach just a few hundred meters from Fredensborg Badehotel

The military museum in Rønne

Find some love at the beach

Fredensborg Badehotel in Rønne - The Capital of Bornholm

Fredensborg Badehotel is situated in the wooded area called Galløkken, just a few hundred meters from a lovely sandy beach.

Stories of war
Enjoy the beautiful beach, or try following the pathways leading all the way to the centre of Rønne – the capital of Bornholm. At the end of the woods, you will find Kastellet, a building, which, during the 17th century, formed part of the defence of Rønne. Today, Kastellet is part of the very interesting Defence Museum, where, among other things, you can experience what happened on Bornholm during World War II. While the rest of Denmark was celebrating the Liberation in May 1945, the German Commander on Bornholm refused to surrender the island to the Russians, stating that he had been ordered to surrender only to the English forces. This resulted in a massive bombing of Rønne (and Nexø) by the Russians. Immediately after, Bornholm was occupied by Russian troops, an occupation that lasted until April 1946. The Defence Museum also tells stories about the important role that Bornholm played during the following Cold War. Exciting tales of spies and defections await you!

Church, Theatre and the “hygge” of Town Life 
Following the dramatic and exciting experiences at the Defence Museum, you might continue to Rønne Harbour. During the summer, you will experience a hum of life – especially on days when giant cruise ships berth. From the harbour, you can turn right, heading towards the centre of Rønne. Soon, the Saint Nicolas Church will rise in front of you. A little further on, you will pass Rønne Theatre, which is the oldest theatre in Denmark still in use. Might a play at the theatre tempt you tonight? Or will you want to continue to the Market at the town square and enjoy a cup of coffee and the “hygge” that accompanies the buzz of the town square.

The Old Rønne 
Close by the market in the town square, and the town centre, you will find the old part of the town with its crooked lanes and charming small timber framed houses. Here, you will find beautiful old merchants’ houses from the 19th century, reminding us of a time, when Rønne was home to many wealthy ship owners. Enjoy the beautiful houses on a relaxing walk through the idyllic lanes. 

Visit Bornholm’s Museum 
In Rønne, there are plenty of museums to visit. At Bornholm’s Museum, you can experience the history of Bornholm through 10,000 years. Because of the location far from the rest of Denmark, Bornholm has had its own independent development. Bornholm had a convenient position for the sea routes in the Baltic Sea, and consequently developed into an important centre for trade, back in the day. The trade resulted in a bustling life and considerable riches on Bornholm, but the riches also attracted less desirable visitors – pirates.

Another exciting museum is Erichsen’s Gaard, an old merchant’s house, where time was stopped in the 1850’s. Here you can experience a “noble” home, as it appeared at that time. You can also pay a visit to Hjorth’s Factory, a working museum, where you can experience the proud ceramic tradition of Bornholm.

The perfect base 
Fredensborg Badehotel has the perfect location in Rønne. You are close to the woodlands, to the beach, and then again, close to the centre of Rønne. If you do not want to walk along the pathways to Rønne, you can borrow a bicycle from the reception, or take the city bus to the market in the town square. The bus stop is right outside the hotel, and affords you easy access to the far-reaching web of bus routes on the island. If you are travelling without a car, Fredensborg Badehotel is the perfect place to spend your holiday.

Booking 
Book your holiday at Fredensborg Badehotel by typing in your preferred arrival date in the box at the top of this page. You can also send an email to info@teambornholm.dk – or call us now on (+45) 56 95 85 66, and we will offer you advice for a beautiful holiday on Bornholm.