History of Bov Inn is also the story of Ancient Road , the ancient road through Jutland from Viborg to Schleswig.
Already in 1566 was Bov Kro royal privileged - as one of the very first hotels in Denmark. The South Jutland hospitality is alive and well at Bov Inn. After a series of renovations and additions combine it today with great distinction, the historic ambience with modern comfort. The inn has 17 double rooms which were renovated in 2013, each room has its own entrance, bathroom, toilet, and flat-screen TV.
The good old traditions live on in the inn's restaurant, which offers traditional Danish inn food as well as New Nordic coupled with gastronomic experiences out of the ordinary in the a la carte restaurant which is known for high quality. The culinary delights kreeres in a modern kitchen, which also will be baked and preserved from pride, natural traditions.
Bov Kro is located just a few kilometers from the Danish-German border and is therefore a good starting point for a tour of the old border, where you can visit Dybbøl Mill Gråsten Castle and Sønderborg Castle. It only takes a few minutes in the car to drive to Flensburg, and the many border shops are almost right around the corner. If you fancy a trip on foot, you can follow Gendarme Flensburg Fjord, and for the history buffs, there are only 3 km to Frøslevlejren that was built to house prisoners of war by the German occupiers.
The restaurant is open from 17:00-21:00 Monday to Saturday