Idyllically situated at the narrow end of the north-westerly corner of Zealand where Isefjord and Roskilde Fjord meet to empty their waters in Kattegat, here you finde Lynæs Inn, which already in 1822 was made a licinsed inn, surrounded by old houses, with drying ground and marina neary outside the windows and with a breath-taking landscape.
The early history og Lynæs Inn: Already in 1722 Feryy-man Jens Erichsen applied for permission to set up an inn with stables, but it was denied – because it was sufficient with one inn, Torup Inn (burned down severeal years ago) In 1810 the administration of the estate og Frederiksværk grants Ferry-man Morten Sørensen permission to serve aquavitto for travellers for the account of Innkeeper Hessner (Innkeeper og Torup Inn). In 1815 Ferry-man Erich Jensen (son of Jens Erichsen) obtains a prelimanary licenence – but not until 30th of July 1822 King Frederik VI grants a licence but with the reservation that only travellers, because of of storm and headwind, could seek shelter in Lynæs with necessary board and lodging, and access to the inn was prohbited for farmers and other commong people linving in or around Lynæs.
Today Lynæs Inn is a modern and romantic hotel with an atmosphere form the good old days, a good kitchen and ooms suitable for all purposes. You have to come, see and taste.