Built in 1570 and lavishly renovated in the nineteenth century by Count Bille Brahe Selby, Hvedholm Castle is one of Denmark's largest royal properties, surrounded by 25 acres of lush parkland. The main building contains 45 restored rooms, while the park area offers seventeen additional accommodations that were added in 2007. The centerpiece of the majority of the guest rooms is a suitably regal canopy bed. The original 1880 banquet hall seats 150 (just in case you're planning a fancy soirée), and the à la carte restaurant serves up regional fish and game. You can come here for a romantic getaway or even to impress your business clients. That's right, there are seven conference rooms in the castle. But the biggest attraction by far is the breathtaking view over the South Funen Archipelago.