The hotel is pretty old, which isn't really a negative, but the elevator is a little small, for three people only. We arrived a half hour early and were told our room wasn't ready yet. Other than that, there isn't anything bad.
We're a family of three and got a nice double room with one king-sized bed in the larger room and two single beds in the smaller room. The 2 single beds took up 80% of the room! From one wall to the window. There was also a small table at the back, only reachable by climbing over a bed. I didn't mind though, I had the smaller room to myself. We had a nice view onto the street. The bathroom was clean, there is a step to watch out for in the shower area. Parking was a slight problem; private parking is available for only 7 cars in the inside courtyard of the hotel. There is a small immobile stone block by the left wall to watch out for when driving through the driveway, which is very narrow. Internet is quite fast, 30Mbits download and upload, a big plus. The staff speaks English pretty well. The location is great, near to the town center and railway station.
The biggest plus of this hotel is the breakfast, possibly the most luxurious I've seen, and it's included in the price. There's a large selection of Danish foods and sweets. The breakfast room is also cozy and nicely decorated. The afternoon snack was nice as well. We however knew about it from the reviews on booking.com. The reception lady didn't mention it and the English version of the information booklet in our room had the page about it missing, but the Danish version was there. I recommend this hotel.