Acitivities and Attractions Near Comwell Kellers Park


Activities at the Hotel

Bespoke walking and running routes
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 smartphones and Apple Watch.

Board games
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.

Spa and beauty treatments
Indulge in a little extra luxury at Comwell Kellers Park with a variety of spa treatments, all with a focus on enhancing your well-being. The spa is staffed by highly trained spa therapists who offer head-to-toe treatments. Choose from a wide range of treatments for the face, hands, feet and the rest of your body. Price per person DKK 350.

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Sights and Attractions Near the Hotel

Vejle Museum of Art
Vejle Museum of Art is home to a collection of classic and modern paintings and sculptures. The collection contains approximately 1,500 works. A small collection of Danish Golden Age art from the latter part of the 19th century with numerous motifs from Vejle and the surrounding area forms part of the collection. There is also a collection of Danish modernist art from the early 20th century.

The Jelling stones
The Jelling Stones is a collective term for two historical runic stones in Jelling, located approx—30-minute drive from the hotel. The runic stones are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List along with Jelling Church and the two massive Jelling Mounds. The two rune stones reflect the transition from the pagan Viking Age to the Christian Middle Ages. The smallest rune stone is the oldest, probably dating from approx. 950 AD. It was erected by King Gorm the Old in memory of his wife Thyra Danebod. The runic stone is also the oldest preserved Danish source in which Denmark is mentioned in writing. The Jelling stone is also known as Denmark's birth certificate.

Legoland is one of Denmark's most famous amusement parks, beloved by families with children and children of all ages. There’s plenty of action, speed, and fun here for the whole family to enjoy.

Koldinghus Castle
Koldinghus – Jutland's last royal castle – is much more than a museum. See the remains of the ruin that tells of the catastrophic fire in 1808, experience the story up close through vivid tales in the castle’s large halls, and see the treasures of the Danish kings and queens in special exhibitions. Koldinghus offers a series of special exhibitions, family activities during all school holidays, concerts, lectures, a Christmas market, and a royal costume workshop. This year, Koldinghus will display H. M. Queen Margrethe II’s private embroideries for the first time in the exhibition “The Queen's Embroidery”.

The Ecolarium in Vejle
Learn about climate change, why it happens, and how the world is changing. The Økolariet is filled with new, fun learning methods, keeping both children and adults entertained. There are changing exhibitions and free admission.

The Cultural Museum in Vejle
See 'Haraldskærkvinden', one of the world's best-preserved bog bodies. And let the children excavate skeletons and go on a treasure hunt with a metal detector in the eight-meter-long archaeological grave box. The Cultural Museum in Vejle also has several changing exhibitions and free admission.

Madsby Park
In the middle of Fredericia's beautiful nature lies Madsby Play Park, The Historical Mini City, Sports Centre, and Monjasa Park. Here you'll find plenty of activities for the whole family, such as a swimming pool with a tropical water park, a playground with mini golf and animals, and a mini city with 750 houses depicting Fredericia as a market town in 1849.

Kellers Minde Museum
Comwell Kellers is located in the small village of Brejning, which has been characterized by the presence of the Keller Institution since 1899, and the beautiful buildings bear witness to a unique piece of Danish history. In connection with the phased closedown of the institution, objects that were once used in the treatment and care of people with mental disabilities were collected. The museum also houses books, pictures, and other artifacts from the institution’s unique history. 


Nature Experiences Near the Hotel

Nearest Swimming Spot

Our beautiful harbour is situated just a stone's throw from Comwell Kellers Park. Morning swims are a popular pursuit around here, so give your body a boost with a morning dip before taking a little tour of our idyllic green area on your way back to the hotel.

Hvidbjerg Beach is located just 8 km from the hotel – and we think it’s Denmark's most beautiful beach! The beach is named after Hvidbjerg Klit, with its large, white, fine-grained dune 27 metres above sea level making it unique to Jutland's east coast. Marvel at the view across the lush wooded Trelde Næs and the outer tip of Vejle Fjord.

Nearest Activities

Feel free to bring your bike. You can test-drive the Tour de France 2022 route, which includes Vejle. If you’d like a route that’s a little less challenging, we can accommodate that too, as there are plenty of lovely routes accessible from the hotel. Take a walk along the historic route in our large green areas with lush slopes by Vejle Fjord and read about the history of the buildings along the way. We will be happy to provide you with a map. 

Nearest Sights

The spectacular Fjordenhus building is an absolute must-see, rising majestically up from the waterfront at a height of 28 metres above sea level, uniting art and construction in Vejle’s harbour basin. The stairs meander upwards like bean poles, and there is access via a narrow walkway. Fjordenhus was designed by the world-renowned Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson (also famed for works such as “Your Rainbow Panorama” at ARoS in Aarhus).

Børkop Watermill
Located a pleasant walk from the hotel is Denmark’s most beautiful watermill, which is still in service, so you can buy freshly milled flour here to take home. Stop by Ulla's garden on your way back. DKK 50 will give you access to a mindful experience in Ulla’s sensory outdoor space.

Fredericia Vold
Kick off your walking shoes and drive the 15 km to Fredericia Vold, Northern Europe's best-preserved fortress, right in the middle of Fredericia. The ramparts are the perfect setting for a lovely evening stroll. Start at Holstens Bastion and walk around the eight bastions – a 4 km trip. You can park at Øster Strand.

Nearest High Street

Head to Vejle and take a stroll through the charming old trading town. Vejle has been named Denmark's best trading town on multiple occasions and offers small, exciting design and speciality shops and 300 well-known chain stores. Vejle has everything you need and more.

Nearest Golf Course

Whether you are a high or low handicapper, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to play golf within a 30 km radius. From pay-and-play golf to major challenges on beautifully situated hilly courses with forests and lakes. Green-fee guests are generally welcome. We recommend Kellers Park Golf Club, which is located right next to the hotel with an 18-hole course, or a round at "Denmark's most beautiful golf course", Vejle Golf Club, which is about a 10-minute drive from the hotel.