Picturesque Broholm Castle, with its extensive grounds, Stone Age museum and recently restored restaurant, offers a place to lay your head like the upper classes in bygone centuries.No two rooms are identical, but each offers the same feeling of stepping back in time as your limbs sink into the mattress of the lavish beds in rooms where aristocrats once resided.The building is available to hire for parties – but it is just as fun touring the building, nosing at the family’s photographs left out on display, and imagining descending the stairs in an extravagant ball gown.Back on the mainland, family-friendly castle Egeskov offers the chance to get lost in a maze, battle like a modern knight on a Segway or explore the treetops in the grounds of the Renaissance fortress.
The brake company was bought by British investment fund manager Doughty Hanson & Co, which also owns LM, in 2008 and was integrated into LM glassfiber to make LM Wind Power Group in 2009.The award-winning 40 acres of gardens feature hedges that are nearly 300 years old, a kitchen garden, several mazes and a resting garden in which you can sink to the depths of giant hammocks, the world disappearing behind the canvas sides. kontaktanzeigen sie sucht sie Rostock Explore the rooms inside the castle, which include suits of armour and Titania’s Palace, a doll’s house with 3,000 unique pieces and which took 15 years to complete.And Lieffroys, on the outskirts of Nyborg looking out across the water to the island of Zealand and the home of Denmark’s capital city, father and son Jean Louis and Patrick Leiffroy buy only from people they know.Each chef’s talents in the kitchen with the quality local products creates tastebud- tantalising fuel for visitors to continue to create and explore their real-life fairytale.
Manufacturing calliper brakes for the energy market and mining industry, Svendborg has "performed well in challenging circumstances", LM said in a statement.Commenting on why the company chose to sell the company, LM CEO Leo Schot said: "LM Wind Power will renew its focus on the wind industry. to secure its part in the rapidly growing offshore wind market." Svendborg is expected to generate revenue of about EUR 62 million euros in 2013.Nestled in the fairytale quarter, gourmet restaurant Under Lindetræet is formed from four homes dating back as far as 1771. In Svendborg, English-born chef Jeff Scott Foster named Restaurant 5 after the island’s postcode – where he strives to source almost all of his ingredients.But the heart of Fyn’s fairytale lies with one of the world’s most translated authors.