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The hotel has 31 comfortable and tastefully furnished rooms all of which with bath- toilet- TV and wireless Internet. There are also banqueting and conference rooms with adjacent group rooms. The hotel offers weekend stays and golf stays with the possibility of buying green fee directly in the hotel. The hotel is also well suited for those who wish to enjoy the idyllic nature and relax from the stressful everyday life. The hotel is well furnished with cosy rooms- a room with an open fireplace- out-door swimming pool and sauna as well as billiard and dart. The restaurant with a cosy atrium is known for creating well-tasting menus by combining the gastronomic traditions with the best ingredients of the season. In brief - here you can relax and find peace. Hotel Skuldelev Kro is situated in the peninsula Hornsherred between Isefjord and Roskilde Fjord and here you find not only a beautiful nature but also lots of relicts from Danish history. In the Viking Age - Roskilde Fjord was busy water and outside Skuldelev the archaeologists found 5 famous and nearly 900 year-old Viking ships. These ships are now exhibited in Vikingeskibsmuseet in Roskilde. In the church Skibby Kirke you can see the theologian Poul Helgesens chronicle which for centuries was hidden behind the walls and which relates the many changes in Denmark around the time of the Reformation in 1536. Hotel Skuldelev Kro is a wonderful place to ease up. On a quiet evening you can almost hear the Viking ships passing on the fjord. The idyllic nature of the fjord land with the hilly landscapes- the beaches and the woods invites to walks and cycling tours. By car there are lots of exciting sights within reach e.g. the oldest living oak tree in Europe in the woods around the castle Jaegerspris Slot. It is perhaps 2.000 years old and thus it was already a fairly large tree when King Gorm den Gamle ruled in Denmark. The little cosy harbour in Skuldelev and the near-by beach are certainly also worth a visit.