Hotel Funen

Historical hotel on Funen.

Tornøes Hotel is located in charming and historic surroundings on Funen, namely in an old merchant’s house in Kerteminde. It is one of the few buildings in the town with known owners throughout the past 300 years.

The historical hotel is named after Wenzel Tornøe who bought the building in 1863 and received inn rights in 1865. In 1986, Charlotte Frandsen and Morten Birkerod took over and have renovated it beautifully with respect for its history. You will find a restaurant, 38 rooms, banquettes and differently-sized meeting rooms.

Modern rooms with a view

The charming rooms have all modern comfort: Bathroom, TV, radio, telephone and wireless internet. Many of the rooms have a view to the idyllic harbour. Choose between single room, double room and suites. Book you room here.

Tornøes Hotel on Funen is the perfect place to celebrate anniversaries and hold conferences. We have room for 200 people in one room and can also offer to host smaller parties in separate rooms. We will be pleased to arrange family get-togethers or company partier with or without a theme. We decorate and can book music and entertainment according to your wishes.

If you require more information you are always welcome to call us at +45 65 32 16 05 or send us an email on

Own brewhouse

There has been a tradition for beer brewing through generations, and Tornøes Hotel is proud to have its own brewhouse. Guests to this legendary hotel on Funen can of course buy the good beer at brewhouse prices. Read more about the brewhouse here.

Tornøes Hotel is located centrally on Funen in the old fishermen’s town of Kerteminde. The restaurant has an excellent view on Kerteminde fjord and harbour. Creative and competent chefs cater for the visitors from near and afar.

Thanks to the brewhouse, the restaurant is well attended of both the hotel’s guests and the locals.

Close to sites, beach and forests

Kerteminde is one of the most idyllic towns on Funen – sites, beach and forest are located within short distances. The town has preserved many of the idyllic fishermen’s houses in the old inner city.

At Langebro, Robert Lund-Jensen’s beautiful sculpture of the fisher girl Amanda welcomes the visitors. Amanda is an important landmark for Funen, and the symbol of Kerteminde. The town is also known as the painter Johannes Larsen’s hometown and you can also find the Fjord&Bælt Centre in the old fishing town.

Read more about the sites located close to Tornøes Hotel here.