Grønbech’s Hotel is an idyllic hotel located in the midst of Allinge, close to the lively harbour area. The hotel has drawn inspiration from Folkemødet, reflected in the many photos on the walls, documenting the popular event. This is no coincidence, as Grønbech’s Hotel is owned by Rasmus Nielsen, Altinget/Mandag Morgen, which is an independent online newspaper, dedicated to covering domestic and foreign politics.
The charming ambiance of Grønbech’s Hotel invites you to relax and indulge yourself. The hotel restaurant, Restaurant “Vilhelm”, is a good place to start. Head chef, Mathias Sejer Sørensen, creates terrific light lunches, i.e. oysters, ham from Hallegaard, cheese from Lykkelund Gedemejeri and specialties from Stigs Oliven, which can be enjoyed on the terrace. In the evening, you can enjoy dinner in the hotel’s beautiful courtyard. The hotel offers both ‘á la carte’ and a menu based on what locally produced foods are in season.
Mathias Sejer Sørensen knows how to cater to the guests on Bornholm. He spent two years as Head Chef of Stammershalle Badehotel, and is known from the popular events “Middag i Marken” which Mathias invented while working as a chef at Hallegaard.
On Thursdays, during high season, Grønbech’s Hotel will also arrange ‘long-table dinners’.
The hotel offers both single and double rooms – some with a balcony and an ocean view. The hotel is open every day from April 4th to mid-October. The restaurant is open from Monday through Saturday.