Near by Copenhagen and just about seven kilometres from the airport and The Blue Planet - Denmark’s Aquarium, you will find The Old City of Dragor. This part of the city is known for its small yellow houses with the red tiled roofs, the unique atmosphere and the harbour where the fishermen still hoses their catch of the wharf.
Amidst all the goodies lies Restaurant Beghuset and Charlotte and Kim Gravenhorst has been restaurateurs here since 1990. The dining place is known for its fine cuisine and The New York Times wrote: Beghusets café serves good food at a reasonable price, and on-site restaurant offers successfully on ambitious Danish-French cuisine. The restaurant also has several banquet facilities and are most suitable for weddings, communions and corporate parties.
If you need accommodation you will find hotel rooms within walking distance and not far to major hotels such as Hilton, Sheraton, Hotel Alexandra, Radisson and Marriott.