Luminous lanterns and dreamy days in Hundested
Highlights and descriptions have been auto-translated from Danish
Highlights from Anette
- Sit under a living roof of foliage on the covered terrace
- Have your own little generational game on the petanque court in the garden
- Bring your paddleboard and head down to the beautiful sandy beach
In Hundested lies a friendly cottage in a lively garden. Here you, the children and even the grandparents can have some quiet and happy moments whatever the season. There is room for fun in the enclosed garden in summer, while in winter you can snuggle up around the wood-burning stove in the cosy, homely decor. So just pack your bags and go, and this house will set the right holiday mood. In the open-plan living area off the kitchen, you can stay cosy even if one of you is cooking and the rest of the family is on the sofa. You can take some interesting reading down from the shelf in the living room and sit in the armchair in the light from the window or the flames from the wood-burning stove. You can also light candles and sit at the dining table around a board game as the evening wears on. Outside, you can enjoy the summer on one of the two terraces or watch what's growing in the raised beds. On the hottest days, you can also move your chairs under the apple trees and sit in the shade. In the evening, you can enjoy a barbecue on the terrace followed by a tournament on the petanque court. When it gets late and the dew has fallen, you can light the lanterns and settle in on the covered terrace, where green plants wind over your heads and create a particularly soothing atmosphere. In summer, take the paddleboard to the water and feel the waves under your feet, while in autumn, take the amber lanterns for long walks along the beach and see if you can find anything. You can also go to Lynæs and watch the windsurfers, while in Hundested you can visit the glass studio Glassmedjen on the harbour or get inspired in Galleri Liisberg. Every Saturday you can visit the lovely market in the village of Torup, where you can buy local vegetables for dinner. You can end the day by brewing a pot of coffee and taking it down to the water by the cottage to watch a lovely sunset.
Meet your host
Host since September 2022
My name is Anette, and I love being in my cottage at all times of the year. In summer I enjoy the days in the garden and on the terrace, while in winter I love a walk followed by cosiness in front of the wood stove. Sometimes my children and grandchildren visit me, but I am also happy to be alone in the house. I have several house projects in the pipeline and have had both a new bathroom and kitchen done since I bought the house. What I love most is the short distance to the water where I can have my morning dip or go for a paddleboard ride.
- Linen and towels are not included
- EV charging is not allowed
Good to know
- Arrival from 15:00
- Departure by 10:00
- Babies are welcome (below 3 years)
- Parties are not allowed
- Smoking is not allowed
- Pets not allowed
- Not suitable for children (ages 3-12)
Get a full refund if you cancel up until 14 days before check-in.