Key pick-up

With the booking confirmation you receive the address of the holiday home you have rented as well as information about where to pick up the key. Normally the key is to be picked up at the local office, in some cases however it can also be the owner of the house or his representative who hands over the key. When picking up the key you will be asked to present your rental agreement. With the key you will also receive an electricity-envelope on which consumption of electricity as well as eg. heating and telephone during your holiday are to be noted. Please remember to leave your IBAN and SWIFT details at the local office for your deposit refunds.


If a group wish to use the booked holiday home, some owners demand a higher deposit. A group consists of at least 6 persons that are not on family or partner holiday. In addition, a group is also 6 or more persons where no one is over 25 years old. These kinds of groups are required to pay a higher deposit of 3.500,- kroner per person.

Arrival at your holiday home

When opening the door of your holiday home you might have to lift the door knob slightly to be able to unlock the door.

Please do not expect your holiday home to be heated on arrival.

Reading the meter

Upon arrival at the house please read all meters and note the readings on your electricity-envelope. This refers to eg. electricity, heating and telephone meters. Please remember to read the electricity meter without decimals, i.e. note down only whole kWh. The electricity meter can usually be found on the exterior of the house.

Keep an eye on expenses

Do you wish to calculate an approximation of the expenses total it is a good idea to note down consumption after the first 24 hours. You then multiply the reading with the cost per kwh etc. as well as with the number of days of your stay. If you wish to save on electricity consumption you can reduce the use of electrical heating, floor heating, sauna, whirlpool and solarium and put the cover over the swimmingpool when not in use. Even during the colder season not all electrical heating elements need be on.

Tips from the local office

Our local offices have years of experience within their area. The staff can therefore assist you with many good tips and information with regards to local sights and exciting holiday experiences. You are always welcome to drop in and hear, what's on in your area. Local tourist brochures and similar can also be found at your local office.

Visit by a pool and whirlpool technician

If you have rented a house with pool and/or whirlpool you might get a short visit by one of DanCenter's employees during your stay. Once weekly a DanCenter employee or the owner of the house himself carries out a technical and a water quality control. This is done to ensure, that the pool and/or whirlpool in your house can be used optimally. Please follow the bathing instructions which can be found in the house or can be requested at the local office.


In case of complaints the local office is to be notified immediately. Do not let minor defects or deficiencies spoil your holiday mood. DanCenter's local office will immediately contact the responsible home owner and inform him of your complaint, so the problem can be rectified as quickly as possible.


Please remember that dustbins are emptied on weekdays, i.e. refuse collection does not coincide with you taking over the house. Therefore dustbins can be totally or partly filled on arrival. We encourage our guests not to fill dustbins entirely and so prevent the next guests from encountering overflowing dustbins.


If you want to enjoy your stay right to the last moment you can, until a couple of days before departure, order the final cleaning at the local office.