Bespoke walking and running
Is the freedom to incorporate nature into your daily exercise high on your list of priorities? Then join us on a walking/running route and explore the hotel’s nature surroundings. We’ve created three different digital running routes and added them to the RunGo app, which uses turn-by-turn navigation to show you which route to run, the remaining distance and which roads or paths you should take. Just like a car’s GPS system.
The shorter three-kilometre route is also recommended as a walk-and-talk route for a healthy break during a meeting or seminar. RunGo is free and available for iOS and Android – for both smartphone and Apple Watch.
Head to the great outdoors to experience the forest and the beautiful landscape around the hotel, or take a trip into Korsør and enjoy an ice cream at the harbour. You can rent bikes by the day. Just ask at reception.
Board games are more popular than ever nowadays and everyone can take part. We have a varied selection of board games that you are more than welcome to borrow. Just ask at reception. If you want a game of billiards or pool, there is a table in our cosy lounge in the basement.
Want to challenge your family, colleagues or friends to a fun game? Just ask at reception. We have games such as kubb, volleyball, frisbee and football
Dive into the blue waves or enjoy the view of the Great Belt. Comwell Klarskovgaard has direct access to a secluded beach. Korsør is surrounded by good beaches, and we highly recommend Ceres beach, a lovely long beach located close to the town centre where you can enjoy an amazing view of the Great Belt and the bridge on the horizon.
NEAREST ICE CREAM BAR
We would definitely recommend taking a trip to Stillinge Strand along the coastal road from Korsør. It is approximately a 20-minute drive that takes you to the most charming ice cream bar called Circus Is, and yes, your ice cream is served from inside an old circus train car. They have blueberry soft ice and we can recommend their liquorice topping. It tastes amazing!
NEAREST HIGH STREET
Korsør is not the biggest place, but we highly recommend that you take a stroll through the town. Head to the old town in Fiskergade, where Skt. Povls Kirke church is located, and continue with a visit to the marina, where there is a lovely restaurant. Korsør Madmarked (“food market”) is definitely worth a visit to find a large selection of homemade, organic food. It's a great place to have lunch or enjoy coffee and cake, and we recommend one of their homemade coconut macaroons. There is also a wide selection of charming shops in Korsør, such as Female Deluxe, an inviting women’s clothing shop, or you can stop by Grønlund, a well-stocked speciality food shop with excellent service.
When you stay at Comwell Klarskovgaard, you’re staying in the heart of Lystskov forest. You can’t get any closer to the forest than this.
There are a number of interesting things to see in the town of Korsør. You can visit Isbådmuseet (the Ice Boat Museum) at the tip of Korsør Reef, and from here you can also walk very close to the Great Belt Bridge. You can actually get so close to the impressive structure that you can touch it with one hand.
Encounter plenty of history from bygone times when you visit Korsør Fortress, which is an old fortress close to Korsør town centre. A trip to the old Viking castle of Trelleborg, which is located approx. 10 km from the hotel is definitely also worth a visit.
The nature around Klarskovgaard is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic. You’ll find plenty of pleasant spots to enjoy lunch outdoors or relax in the woods and along the water’s edge. We also recommend that you rent a bike and cycle to the Great Belt Bridge, where you will find beautiful green areas to enjoy your picnic basket and take the opportunity to “pat” the bridge on the stomach.
NEAREST GOLF COURSE
Korsør Golf Club is considered one of the most beautiful golf courses on Zealand and is located only a 15-minute drive from the hotel. You can pay green fees at reception.
The first mention of Korsør as a town dates from 1241, and the medieval tower also dates back to this period. The tower was part of a complex of buildings that made up Korsør Castle. Free admission.
Kongegården, or Rasmus Langelands Gård, located at Algade 25 in Korsør is one of Denmark’s most important bourgeois rococo houses in the region. According to an inscription band, the house was built in 1761 by the merchant Rasmus Langeland, who in 1759 received a permit to keep an inn and pub.
If you have read or seen the film adaptation of Jussi Adler-Olsen's 'Journal 64', then you’ll know that the small island of Sprogø, which is located between Zealand and Funen, conceals a mysterious history. Destination Zealand arranges guided tours to Sprogø. The tour lasts three hours – with 1.5 hours on foot on Gammel Sprogø and a 1-hour round trip by bus to Ny Sprogø.
Trelleborg Viking Fortress
Trelleborg is a massive fortress from the Viking Age. Built on a narrow headland with streams on both sides, it has been almost impregnable. The castle consists of an inner ring wall, as well as an additional circular rampart, known as the fortress. Take the family to Trelleborg and see working Vikings, warrior training and experience the special Trelleborg atmosphere. Free admission.
Borreby Castle is one of Denmark's most distinctive and best-preserved Renaissance buildings. The main building was constructed in 1556 by Chancellor Johan Friis on a double rampart, and originally had only one entrance with fortifications, embrasures and machicolation holes – a deadly defence castle. Free admission.
BonBon-Land is a wild and crazy place that kids simply adore. Admission to all of the fun, wild and crazy rides and attractions is free once you have paid for your entrance ticket.
Experience the Great Belt Bridge close up
Drive all the way out to the water’s edge at Revspidsen near Korsør, where you can experience the magnificent construction at close quarters. The place is ideal for photographing the bridge, which looks especially amazing at sunset, or for finding a spot to enjoy your packed lunch.
The perfect destination for a day with the family. The picturesque amusement park offers more than 60 exciting activities and rides in addition to a huge water park.
The Forest Tower
The 45-metre-high Forest Tower is situated in one of Gisselfeld Abbey’s forests and offers a 360-degree view of the beautiful South Zealand landscape. The tower is built from corten steel and local oak. The forest tower is part of a unique and fun nature experience for all ages and offers an opportunity to rappel in trees.