Our hostel, Danhostel Rønde, sits proudly above the town of Rønde and overlooks the hills of Mols Bjerge and the inlet called Kalø Vig. Danhostel Rønde’s history goes back to 1939. The site was donated to the town of Rønde in 1935 by the last German owner of Kalø Estate, Baron von Jenisch.
We are open all year and have 15 rooms with private bathrooms. Free Wi-Fi, internet access in public areas, a children's playground, a TV room, free mini golf, bicycle tours and a well-equipped guest kitchen are just some of the amenities we offer.
At Danhostel Rønde, you will enjoy views of National Park Mols Bjerge - a stunning natural area next to the water and Kalø Castle ruins located only a few km away. The Kattegat Centre, Djurs Sommerland with an amusement and water park, and the Auning Go Kart Racing are all within 30 km of Danhostel Rønde. These provide great opportunities for a family day in the area.
Danhostel Rønde is owned by PGU Rosenholm, which provides an education for young people with special needs. All the work at the hostel which includes reception, catering, cleaning, interior and exterior maintenance is performed by young people.
At Danhostel Rønde you get outstanding views, a relaxing atmosphere and fascinating history.