Sally Due Sperling will be the new hostess at Danhostel Esbjerg on January 1, 2020. She will replace Marianne and Børge Bull who will say goodbye after 23 wonderful years as hosts at Danhostel Esbjerg. Sally is not a stranger to Danhostel as she is the current hostess at Danhostel Kolding and will say goodbye at the end of 2019.
Danhostel Roskilde: Viking, Festival and Sailing Restaurant
In the middle of Roskilde harbour lies one of the country’s newest Danhostel: Danhostel Roskilde. Combine your stay with a visit to the nearby Viking Ship Museum. Roll history backwards by dressing the youngest members of the family in Viking costumes, and learn fantastic stories about the past.
When you’ve had enough of the Viking blood in your veins, turn your nose towards the centre of the town. Roskilde Cathedral, the burial place for many Danish monarchs - 21 kings and 18 queens - was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, so it is definitely worth a visit. The town centre has plenty of galleries and cosy cafes.
Roskilde Festival and the Tour Boat, Sagafjord
A huge attraction during the summer months is Roskilde Music Festival, held each year at Dyrskuepladsen. Enjoy the music and the atmosphere. Take a tour on the restaurant boat, Sagafjord, which sails in the beautiful Roskilde Fjord. Sagafjord docks only 100 m from the front door of Danhostel Roskilde.
Near to Copenhagen
It is easy to combine your stay with a tour of Copenhagen. The trip from Danhostel Roskilde to Roskilde train station takes about 15 minutes. There are several departures to Copenhagen each hour from Roskilde train station. The journey takes about an hour.
A 5-Star Danhostel and Passionate Hosts
Danhostel Roskilde is a 5-star hostel which opened in 2000. The hostel has 40 large, bright en-suite rooms. The hosts, Lise og Tom Petersen, pamper their guests and provide up to date information on all the current events in the local area.