Ledreborg Palace, which was built in the years from 1740 to 1745 by Count Johan Ludvig Holstein-Ledreborg, the then leader of the Danish Chancellery under Christian VI, has been the residence of the Holstein-Ledreborg family for more than 250 years. The main building contains a unique collection of the original furniture and paintings, and Ledreborg Palace is today one of the finest examples of the 18th century’s building and landscape architecture in Denmark.

                                                                                              Garden view

The current owner, Silvia Munro, is the fourth of Count Knud Holstein-Ledreborg’s seven daughters and the 8th generation at Ledreborg. The family resides at the ground floor of the main building whereas the first floor is preserved with the original furniture and other interior. 

Palace website