Danhostel Frederiksværk lies on the outskirts of Frederiksværk, close to the marina. Our hostel, which has 18 rooms and 10 cabins, sits in an area that offers beautiful views. There is a charming dining room, guest kitchen, cosy TV lounge with welcoming colours, and free parking. There are outdoor activities such as tennis, soccer, and a playground. Guests can rent canoes or enjoy the sun on our large terrace. Use our free Wi-Fi to get the latest news and events.
Frederiksværk lies on the North Zealand coast and offers fantastic natural surroundings and sandy beaches. The town is between Arresø, Denmark’s largest lake, and Roskilde Fjord in North Zealand. Frederiksværk, with its history of gunpowder and bullets, was named after King Frederik V. The remnants of a bygone era can be seen at the Gunpowder Mill Museum, an open-air powder mill, and Frederiksværk Town Museum, both of which are now tourist and cultural attractions. Learn more about Frederiksværk's fascinating history at Frederiks Vaerk Museum of Industry.
Enjoy natural and cultural experiences at the North Zealand coast and Arresø. For fun activities, just a bit further away from Frederiksværk, visit the fishing village of Hundested for restaurants, galleries and glass art. Take a ride out to the North Zealand coast with its famous beaches such as Liseleje Stand, and stroll through the large forested areas around Tisvilde. During the summer months, you can go sailing on the large wooden ship, Frederikke, or stroll along the creek that goes through the woods to the lake, Arresø. Do not forget to visit the popular area, Halsnæs, and Knud Rasmussen's House.