So a long time has passed since Anne-Lise and Ib Jorgensen chose to put their life's work for sale. And now it has finally succeeded.
It writes the New York times.
Brobyværk Inn has been bought by storgartneren Claus Feldborg, which will continue krodriften. And it pleased the previous owners.
- We have enjoyed our time at the inn. The work has been a way of life for us, but now is our time Brobyværk Inn at the end, says the 71-year-old Ib Jorgensen to the New york Stiftsende.
Since 1907 has the Jørgensen family-owned inn, which is located north of Faaborg. At that time it was Ib Jørgensen's grandfather, who was a tenant.
the inn's price is, however, remains unknown, as the parties want it to be a secret. But the site was to cost 7.5 million dollars.
Brobyværk Inn appeared for the first time in history, in 1645, and was at that time a very popular place to reside.
It meant that the site in 1732 was a royal privilege, and that kroholderen could be sure of a regular income and no competitors nearby.
the other hand, should the tavern keeper to pay a tax to the king, as he had to make sure that the site was in good condition.