Asserbohus is a mansion and former hotel and school in Asserbo, Halsnæs Municipality, Denmark. Asserbohus was built by antique dealer Henry Skaanström in 1933 as a luxury hotel, not far from the northern beach of Asserbo. The main building is a total of 2306 m². For the most part, Asserbohus is built from recycled materials, including columns from a large sailing ship. From 1957 to 1978, Asserbohus was a boarding school. From 1978 Asserbohus has been owned by Tvind, which ran another school between 1978 and 2004. In 2006 the buildings were put up for sale by realtor Sadolin & Albæk. As of July 2012, the buildings are still empty, and in January 2012 a fire broke out.