At Sølballegaard we can host very small meetings, large corporate events, and concerts with up to 250 guests. We have indoor overnight accommodation for 21 guests and can supplement this with glamping in the flower meadow. The entire property has been newly renovated, with respect for the buildings’ original architecture, while inviting in the sunlight and scenery.
It makes a difference to meet in a setting that inspires and pampers your senses. Quality can be felt.
Sølballegaard is a traditional Danish thatched-roof farmhouse with an enclosed courtyard, from around 1870. It lies in the heart of Mols Bjerge National Park, surrounded by nature and the sea. The unique savanna-like landscape surrounding the farmhouse is a protected area, and offers fantastic opportunities for hiking, cycling, horse-riding, water sports and outdoor yoga.
From the wood-fired hot tub and bonfire area on Sølballegaard’s flowering meadow, you can enjoy the view of the three Bronze Age grave mounds of Trehøje, and the sunset over Aarhus Bay.
The farmhouse lies surrounded by nature, cut-off from neighbours and traffic, but is still close to the “real world” with just 20 mins by car to Aarhus airport and 45 mins to Aarhus city centre.
At Sølballegaard, we have fitted out one part of the farmhouse with a conference room, workshop space and lounge. The conference room has seating for approx. 100 dinner guests or space for 250 concert-goers. Our workshop space has room for approx. 25 participants.
All areas offer impressive views of Mols Bjerge National Park and the waters of Knebel Cove/Aarhus Bay.
There is, of course, high-quality AV equipment in both the conference room and the workshop space, as well as high-speed Wi-Fi on the whole property.
Our four double rooms each come with an ensuite and stunning views of the Trehøje grave mounds, Mols Bjerge National Park and Aarhus Bay.
Inside the rooms, you’ll find some traces of Mols – the reliefs on the walls, created by the local designer Signe Kirk, were inspired by Mols Bjerge’s Ice Age landscape. The bedcovers are made from naturally-dyed linen – dyed with heather which is one of the identifying features of the national park. Several pieces of furniture were made by the local cabinet maker Nikolaj Engrob.
Sølballegaard has two apartments. They are both 90 m2 and have three good double rooms. The apartments have their own kitchen (with freezer, refrigerator and dishwasher), bathroom, dining area, cosy corner with couches, and direct access to Sølballegaard’s charming courtyard and garden.
There are no flatscreen televisions, but instead a lovely view of Mols Bjerge National Park and Ebeltoft Cove.
For larger groups, we have several options for extra accommodation. In the summer months it’s possible to sleep in a delightful camping area in our meadow and garden. There is room for approx. 70 guests in tall, light cotton tents with a platform and made-up beds.
We also cooperate with the cosy Fuglsø Kro inn, which is just 500 m away down the gravel road. The inn has room for ten people spread over five rooms.
And finally, we can organise accommodation for many more people at Fuglsøcenteret which is around 1.3 km away.
Teltlejr, Nordic Destination