Let's take one of the oldest buildings in Denmark, throw in three ghosts and a Micheline-star restaurant. If this in not a unique hotel, then we do not know what might be.
It all started in 1215, when local bishop decided to built a palace. 300 years later during Middle Ages it was fortified, and soon became the only castle in the area to withstand raiding armies of crazy Count Christoffer. Later, it was taken over by the crown and turned into prison for noble and rich including last catholic bishop in Denmark, some poor husband of Queen of Scots and... former owner. After that castle was blown up and restored and finally ended up with the Bøttger family, who manages it until today.
Castle is a home to three ghosts including lady who got her tooth removed, and now comes back to look after guests in their rooms; small girl that was bricked-in, and former prisoner James Hepburn who haunts the courtyard.
Restaurant here is run by the Claus Henriksen, who brought Michelin star to the restaurant in 2017 so expect nothing ordinary. There are wine tastings to try, guided herb tours, yoga lessons, flower arranging workshops and golf. All set in the beautiful scenery of the Odsherred peninsula with short walk to the beach. Solid choice.