A visit to the island Fanø and the village Sønderho
is like stepping back in time,
the breathtaking silence,
one single country road, petite thatched houses,
dunes, heath and plantation as far as the eye can see.
A cosy inn on the south side of the island
fulfills the idyllic scenery.
Sønderho Kro founded in 1722
is one of the oldest and most well preserved inns in Denmark
situated just a few steps from the dike in the heart of Sønderho
with a view to the marsh and the tidal area
which is entirely unique.
The inn has 13 lovely and individually decorated room
which are all different in size and design.
All rooms are named after good Sønderho ships
or names relating to the former inn-keepers' family.
If you choose a stay at the inn with 1/2 pension,
you will each night be served a new and exciting 3 course
gourmet menu, chef's choice.
Your host Jakob Sullestad,
and his staff will do everything possible
to make your stay at the inn an unforgettable experience.
Lunch may be enjoyed inside
or in the lovely garden on a warm summer day.
The inn has its own smoking chamber
where we smoke fish, poultry, lamb etc.
You will find these specialities on the varied lunch menu.