Hotel Saxkjøbing has for more than 200 years been a gathering point for the inhabitants of the small market town of Sakskøbing – and could celebrate the 175th anniversary of the grant of royal privileged inn in 2010. Over the last 2 years, the hotel has undergone a renovation. A two-digit million amount, was spent on adding 10 new rooms and completely refurbished conference rooms, banqueting room and dining rooms. The roof has been replaced while facades and timber work are like new again.

Hotel Saxkjøbing’s kitchen, headed by chef Brian Krag Andersen, works closely with local farms, fishermen and food producers and is working to restore the pride of the exquisite raw produce and products. High quality food, made with local and organic produce is at heart, everyday all year round.

The menu offers both old fashion home cooking and new gastronomic menus that change as the year goes by. We use raw materials that follow the seasons, so the food we serve is based on freshly harvested produce in accordance with nature’s course.

Right next to the hotel you will find the Gårdbutikken (Farm shop). Here you will find a large selection of commodities and products from Lolland, Falster and Møn, which you can buy and take home. There are both vegetables, meat, bread, chocolate and a variety of vinegar, juice, wines, beer, etc. The farm shop is really worth a visit.

On the other side of the town square you will find our cookery school offering cooking courses for both private and for companies.

Our staff has close relations to Sakskøbing and most staff are locally based. We are proud to live here because we believe that these isles have so many things to offer. The hotel is more than a workplace to us. We feel so privileged daily to be in a house with all this history.

The hotel lives and breathes – we can feel it in the floors when they creak, or we can see it when a little crack is coming up here and here. The hotel is raw, rustic, heartwarming, nostalgic, honest and unpredictable. To us it is only charming, and we completely melt together in a common understanding and respect.

Our wish is that you go from here with a little of this feeling. We hope you will experience this peace, comfort and warmth it provides.

We consider all our guests as friends of the house and we hope you will walk around and see the cozy rooms and surroundings – if you would like to hear stories of the hotel, ask us when you meet us all around the hotel.


Claus Meyer and the whole team at Hotel Saxkjøbing