to Hotel Ringkøbing
Ringkøbing is an old commercial and shipping town with a history that goes all the way back to the middle of the 13th century. An intimate and cosy atmosphere still exists in the town and beautiful old buildings can be found in the centre of the town with narrow, cobbled streets.
Hotel Ringkøbing was constructed in the 17th century approximately, and is the town's oldest building except for the church. For many years, the merchant's house was the town's largest house with buildings all the way up Vestergade. Through all of the 18th century and up to 1805, the building was occupied by changing county administrators who had large grain storehouses in the courtyard. The northern half of the complex was sold in 1806.
Since 1833, it has been an inn and hotel, which makes Hotel Ringkøbing one of the country's oldest hotels.
In 1817, the northern section was demolished and the current "Borgmestergaard" was built. Borgmestergaard is a large bricked building in an empire style, which is unusual for Ringkøbing. The building has been given the name, Borgmestergaarden, because several town bailiffs and mayors have lived their over time.
The former owners of Hotel Ringkøbing bought Borgmestergaarden in 2003, so after about 200 years, the two distinctive buildings on the square in Ringkjøbing once again have the same owners.
Currently, Hotel Ringkøbing has 59 ultramodern rooms, all carefully renovated. In particular, our suite with a view of the square. The suite is furnished with luxury inventory and textiles, just as there is a spa bath in the bathroom.
At Hotel Ringkøbing, many parties are held every year. We have four function rooms with room for 25 to 100 people.
We also arrange smaller courses and daytime meetings, just as we can provide catering for all kinds of get-togethers.
On an annual basis, we organise about 20 music events on the square in front of the hotel. Please see our event calendar for more details.