Hornbæk is part of a network of old fishing villages along the northern coast of Zealand. In 1906, Hornbæk was included as part of the railway and the town transformed into a place for the rich and famous to escape the pressure of Copenhagen and relax with their loved ones. With its serene beech forests, its long, sandy beaches and its idyllic agricultural countryside, it is easy to see the attraction then and now. The hotel is located less than a minute from Hornbæk’s centre too and is close to the local golf course.