Hauntingly good! Dragsholm Slot ranked second best foodie hotel in the world

Bon Appetit blown away by “food [that] is as dramatic as the setting”

August 11th, 2014 12:53 pm| by admin
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The food magazine has recently revealed its list of the best hotels to stay and eat in the world which includes the 13th century Danish castle, Dragsholm Slot.

The magazine which told its readers that the food in the castle “is as dramatic as the setting” thanks to former Noma sous-chef Klaus Henrikson, placed the hotel second just behind Belcampo Hotel in Belize.

Whilst food at the castle is traditional and rustic, Bon Appetit noted that whilst the “creative exploration of local and house made ingredients” was a delight, that their favourite meal of their stay was breakfast – plates full of meat, cheese and rolls and accompanied by fresh pressed apple juice from the orchards.  

Here is the full list of Bon Appetit’s best food lover’s hotels 2014:

Belcampo, Punta Gorda, Belize
Dragsholm Castle, Hørve, Denmark
Efendi Hotel, Acre, Israel
Fäviken Magasinet, Järpen, Sweden
Hôtel Relais Saint Germain, Paris, France
Il Pellicano, Tuscany, Italy
La Grenouillère, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
La Villa del Valle, Baja California, Mexico
Le Taha'a, Motu Tautau, French Polynesia
Park Hyatt Tokyo, Japan
The Royal Mail Hotel, Victoria, Australia

So, if you’re planning on staying at Dragsholm Castle you might want to book quickly before a waiting list is formed.

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