Danhostel Vordingborg, with trails and lakes, is situated in peaceful surroundings on a 36,000 m2 site. We are part of the Svend Heinild Centre which hosts lectures and theatrical and musical performances. Our café seats approximately 200 guests and our conference hall can accommodate up to 400 people for concerts, theatre and conferences. We provide 20 comfortable rooms with private bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, free parking, TV lounges, laundry facilities, and two well-equipped guest kitchens. We have a petanque court, basketball and a beautiful garden where you can relax with a good book and enjoy lake views. Our canteen located in the main building serves delicious breakfast, packed lunches and dinner, and a grocery store is a short distance away.
The beautiful town of Vordingborg, located in Southern Zealand is surrounded by water and forests and lies just 90 km south of Copenhagen. There is a natural harbour close to the town centre with beach facilities, a restaurant and cafe. Vordingborg is known as Denmark’s culture capital. It is home to the local theatre, Cantabile 2, which hosts the international theatre festival, WAVES, in the middle of August every second year, and STARS, the country’s music venue. Vordingborg Fest Week - with some of Denmark’s best live bands - is held in July each year, and admission is free.
Activities in and around Vordingborg can be reached on foot, cycle or by car. Ask reception about bicycle rentals. View the 26-m high Goose Tower (Gåsetårnet) at Vordingborg Castle which is Denmark’s oldest castle ruins. At the Danish Castle Centre, check out the underground exhibition and tour the botanical garden. Learn about the history of flax production and see the changing exhibitions at Kong Museum. Go for a stroll through Knud Forest, or take a trip to Masnedø Fort, which is open to the public. South Zealand Museum and the areas of Møn and Lolland-Falster are also worth a visit. Your visit to Vordingborg would not be complete without a trip to spectacular Mons Cliffs (Klint), a UNESCO World Heritage Site.