On the island Fyn, between Jutland and Sealand, lies the ancient castle Broholm Gods. The place has rented rooms out for some years, but recently there was added a restaurant.
It serves food of a fine quality, mostly based on local produce, cooked with influence from the north and south. Not dogmatic, but very delicious. Foie gras thrives alongside local hyperfresh fish and vegetables, which the island Fyn is famous for.
Surroundings are amazing, cosy and scary if you believe in ghosts. This is a great place to spend a night or two, and you can find other good restaurants in the area; the famous Falsled Kro in Millinge and the young, relaxed but very good restaurant 5 in Svendborg.
Snapshots from dinner and breakfast:
Same pictures and more in a slideshow:
My review in Børsen: