Hotel Dagmar

Torvet 1, Ribe, South Denmark, 6760, Denmark

The Dagmar, originally built in 1581 by a city alderman, became an inn by 1800. Although ordinances prohibit such modern conveniences as an elevator, some contemporary touches are apparent. For a hotel of this vintage, standard rooms are quite comfortable (though not lavish); some have canopy beds. The restaurant is fantastic, with seasonal set (two or six courses) and à la carte menus. The scallops topped with a sweet-potato crisp and surrounded by vichyssoise is an excellent appetizer; the North Sea fish of the day in a lobster sauce is a smart idea for the main course. The hotel is next to the local tourist bureau and across the street from the 900-year old cathedral.

PROS

  • well-regarded restaurant
  • historical hotel

CONS

  • parking fee DKr 90/day

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 75-42–00–33

HOTEL DETAILS

48 rooms
Rate Includes: No meals

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