|Energy-saving initiatives (geothermal heat, solar energy and heat pump)|
|Fireplace/wood-burning stove/bioethanol fireplace|
|German TV: at least 2 channels|
|Washer and dryer|
|Built 1969, renovated in 2018|
|7 km to restaurant|
|300 m to grocer's|
|300 m to coast|
|Plug for electric car: Type 2 - IEC 62196-2|
|The vacation home is not available in the chosen period.|
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The eastern part of Jutland is a variety of landscape types such as lush, green areas, big forests, coasts with fine beaches and busy and interesting towns. The green and hilly East Jutland has been formed by the glaciers of the Glacial Age. Where the meltwater made its way through the landscape, valleys, ravines and deep fiords were formed, and about 14,000 years ago, when the ice withdrew, a beautiful and hilly moraine landscape appeared.
Along the coast of Kattegat, on Djursland and Mols, and south of Aarhus there are a lot of lovely and family friendly beaches with fine sand, and here the water is low and the sea rather calm, perfect for a swim.
Aarhus is the second biggest city of Denmark, and here you have an abundance of landmarks and cultural offers and activities for all the family, not to mention the shopping possibilities. Pay a visit to Aros, the art museum of Aarhus, or take all the family to Den Gamle By (the old town) to experience what Aarhus looked like from the 16th century to the 19th century. Each year in August and start of September the Aarhus Festuge (festival week) takes place, and it is one the biggest art and culture festivals in North Europe.
You will find some of the minor towns in Jutland, for instance Horsens and Skanderborg, south of Aarhus. Charming Skanderborg is famous for its big and beautiful music festival taking place in August. Horsens has the only industrial museum in Denmark, and in the northern part of the town is Horsens state prison, today transformed into a museum.
Along the Kattegat coast, on Djursland og Mols and south of Århus there are several lovely and family friendly beaches with fine-grained sand, and the water here is low and rather calm. But also in the fiords of Horsens and Vejle you will find fine beaches and quiet water ideal for a swim.
The eastern part of Jutland is characterised bythe many royal boroughs located by a fiord. From south to north you will find e.g. Aabenraa, Haderslev, Kolding, Vejle, Horsens, Randers, Aalborg - and not least Aarhus, where you will find world class culture.
A brief ferry ride from Hals to Egense takes us further on to the fishing port Øster Hurup, beautifully located at the Kattegat between the natural area Lille Vildmose and Mariager Fiord. Here you will find perhaps the most child-friendly beach in Denmark, where the children love the shallow and clam waters.
Halfway between the German border and Skagen – in the middle of Denmark you will find Jutland's "nose" Djursland. Besides a large selection of family attractions like the amusement park Djurs Sommerland, the tropical zoo Randers Regnskov, Kattegatcentret, Ree Park Safari and Skandinavisk Dyrepark, the national park Nationalpark Mols Bjerge and the peninsula's very childfriendly beaches are some of the highlights of Djursland.
Jutland's capital Aarhus is with the art gallery Aros and the museum Den Gamle By very well-known for the Danish people. A secret gem just south of Aarhus, the coast of Juelsminde which is one of the most scenic and varied in Denmark. You will find forest-clad slopes and authentic natural beaches north of Vejle Fiord and sandy beaches at Juelsminde. From 1864 to 1920 the Danish/German border was at the old fishing village Hejlsminde that has many holiday homes and a marina today. The closeness to Germany is visible from Kolding and to the south. Obviously most visible in Sønderborg and Dybbøl Mølle, which were the centre of the war in 1864. The list of attractions - historic, cultural, fishing and bathing waters - are matched by the number of the large selection of holiday homes on the small island Als and near Flensborg Fiord, which gives you a location close to everything.
Shortly after booking holiday accommodation through DanCenter you will receive your booking confirmation. This confirmation constitutes your rental agreement containing all necessary information. On the first page you will find information about the addresses of your holiday home and the key pick up place, as well as a directions on how to find the house. On the following pages you will find the invoice for the stay you have booked complete with transfer order/inpayment form, stating the due dates.
On arrival at the key pick up point, you will be asked to present your rental agreement whereupon you will be handed your key as well as an electricity-envelope on which the meter readings of all consumption dependant expenses (electricity, heating, water, etc.) are to be noted upon arrival as well as departure.
Arrival can take place from 4 p.m. on the day the rental period commences.
If you can not reach your destination until eg. late evening, our local offices will be closed. Therefore please contact us in time to make arrangements with regards to the key and the deposit. The contact information of the local office can be found on your rental agreement or under the menu Kontakt on dancenter.dk
All holiday homes are equipped with all kitchen utensils, duvets and pillows necessary for the maximum amount of persons, which the house can room. Bed linen, dish cloths, table cloths etc. can be rented at the local office or online, if you prefer not to bring these items yourselves.
When you book a baby cot, please note that we can not guarantee space for the cot in the master bedroom. If the house description say there is a cot in the house and you only need one, booking is unnecessary.
You can also book delivery of the extras you rent. This way you do not need to drive several times between the holiday home and local office.
Please note that in high season, extras might be sold out. Therefore we recommend you to always book extras and final cleaning when booking your holiday home.