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All reviews small hotel louisiana museum of modern art spent one night here personal touch friendly hosts cold cuts comfy room catering business karen blixen outside seating excellent location erik oresund forest coast helsingor sound
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Reviewed September 23, 2018

For an early autumnal trip to visit the Rungstedlund region of Denmark, we chose to stay at this snug little villa (that resembles a rambling ranch house) for its location, its easy access to the beaches of the Oresund, for the woods straddling it, and for us non-bikers, the public bus stop on its front doorstep! This last proved very convenient for visiting the region’s reputed sites of interest (e.g. the Renaissance inspiration for Hamlet’s Elsinore (Kronborg), the manor house museum and estate of Karen Blixen (aka Isak Dinesen), the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, amongst others).

Our assigned room – truly compact like those in a small sail boat or schooner – had a compensating factor: a furnished veranda where one could put up one’s feet, enjoy a glass of wine, read or contemplate the sounds of the forest. Mercifully our room did not have a view of the main street so we weren't bothered by the passing cars. Instead we could hear the rustling of the tree leaves, espy runners and forest promenaders, and even ‘coo’ at the hamsters that had the run of the small garden fronting the veranda.

Breakfast was adequate – with typical Danish cold cuts, tasty warm breads, pastries, fresh fruit and juices. Regrettably the coffee was instant – no cappuccino… nor lattes. (And a bit of self-reliance was called for: when we remarked that the water kettle needed replenishment, the server cheekily pointed us to where to get the water ourselves!)

Lunch or dinner meals are not offered, but on our first afternoon - when we arrived hot and thirsty after many hours of airplane and train trips - the owner (who is also a caterer) was kind enough to have some smorrebrod (open-faced sandwiches) prepared for us. An ‘Honesty Bar’ is available in the evenings – where guests could serve themselves from a limited array of chilled alcoholic drinks, register their purchases and pay their tabs when they check out.

There are no cupboards, instead one wall had hooks on which one could hang one’s clothes. The minuscule television set offered only Danish programmes; also, only local newspapers were available in the breakfast room, so it was good not to be ‘tuned’ in to current international news events (which could be depressing anyway…).

Note: try to get either of the two rooms (N° 2 or 3), with a common veranda that can serve as a ‘salon’ for drinking wine or beer, snacking, reading or meditating…

Room tip: Reserve room N° 2 or 3 that have a common veranda and that can serve as a 'salon' for drinking, eating, reading...
Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 16, 2018 via mobile

This is an utterly charming hotel, styled beautifully and located in a lovely part of the Danish Riverina. We were very well looked after on our "biking holiday" and the assistance provided by Erik was greatly appreciated.

Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 20, 2018

This small hotel is delightful. The atmosphere is personal but discreet, cozy, inviting and thoroughly relaxing. There is a personal touch throughout the hotel. We enjoyed the tea-making facilities in the dining room at any time.
Annette and Erik are very friendly hosts. Although this is a B&B hotel, Annette spontaneously started serving some tapas-style dinner on our first evening there. It was absolutely delicious (Annette is a gourmet chef and owns her own catering business).
Our room was small but inviting, the bed super comfy and the nights are quiet.

Date of stay: July 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 18, 2018 via mobile

We spent one night here after a few days in Copenhagen. Lovely clean and comfy room with outside seating. Communal area nice with tea and coffee and breakfast provided and he most wonderful hosts! A very short walk to the beach and perfect base to visit Louisana and Helsingør.

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Nikkie28
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Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

Relaxed and airy wooden Danish hotel, with a great forest route out the back garden (including to Restaurant Divino - past a pacifier tree).

Excellent location for a dip in the sea in the evening just 10 mins up the coast. Good choice and quality of food in the breakfast buffet, and very friendly hosts. Has the restaurant Det Nye Skotterup just 5 mins up the road - so very lucky on that front!

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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