Danhostel Ribe is a modern eco labelled hostel situated in the centre of Ribe, the oldest town in Denmark, with stunning views of the medieval town, Ribe River; Ribe Cathedral and the Wadden Sea National Park - one of the world’s 10 most important wetlands and now UNESCO World Heritage.

Hostel facilities include a self-catering kitchen, many cosy common rooms, free Internet access, a sports hall featuring a climbing wall, and a courtyard ideal for socialising and relaxing. The helpful hostel staff are happy to share their local knowledge.

Visit the historic town centre, and see Ribe Cathedral, the Museum Ribes Vikings, Ribe Viking Centre a reconstructed hands-on experience Viking settlement, Ribe Art Museum, speciality shops and many charming cafés.

What travellers think

Best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Culture
  • Nature-lovers
  • Relaxing

Green rating



The staff was oninterested, at the check-in the lady didn't get up from her chair behind the pc and that was 3 mtr away. At breakfast there was no goodmorning. I know that sounds small but I like that kind of service.


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Sun 10 Aug 2014

Lovely place, beautiful location


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Sun 10 Aug 2014