The name Bramslev dates back to the migration period around the years 300-500, and the farm is believed to have been laid out during that time.
The original farmhouse is believed to have been built in 1804. BramslevGaard originally had a land area of approx. 700 barrels of land, but with later subdivision and sale until the year 1920, this has reduced the area of the farm to approx. 127 barrels of land, of which 50 barrels are hills and forest facing Mariager Fjord.
The hills – Bramslev Bakker – were protected in 1933 and the public was then given access to them.
In the hills there is unique Nordic fauna and flora, including some of Denmark’s largest wild juniper bushes.
The manor has been owned by the Bidstrup family since 1951 and has entertained guests since 1959. In 2016, a new extension was built, among other things, with new party and conference rooms, a la carte restaurant and wellness facilities.
In 2017, the original farmhouse was restored in a typical manor house style and in 2018, the apartments, on the left side of the farm, were also renovated.
In January 2022, Jørgen and Lene Bidstrup sold the farm and the hotel, and today the Kartz family are the owners of BramslevGaard.