Unique seaview - right at the seafront

Entire cabin hosted by Henrik

  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
Dedicated workspace
A common area with wifi that’s well suited for working.
Self check-in
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Great location
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This rare and unique place is located directly to the beach front with a highly magnificent view of the sea and the Storebælt Bridge. The house is located on a quiet cul-de-sac on a 3,100m2 beautiful natural plot with pine trees. Here you can really enjoy the silence and the raw nature. Storebælt is right at your front door.

The house is cozy furnished, with 2 spacious bedrooms, bathroom, living room and open kitchen-dining area. The view to the sea can be enjoyed from all rooms

The space
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Sun parasol and sunbeds
Barbecue
Heating form (heat pump, fire stove and radiator)
The house has all modern facilities
Public jetty - 5 min. walk

PLENTY TO SEE IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD DEPENDING ON THE SEASON
In Mullerup Havn (15 minutes walking distance from the cottage) and Reersø (10 minutes drive) there are really nice rural restaurants, iceshops, mini golf and harbors .

In Reersø it’s also possible to challenge several walking trips between 5 and 10 km in distance. You find them on maps in my binder or on signages in Reersø itself near the local restaurant and parking lot. In Reersø you can also visit the interesting agricultural museum, experience a unique well-preserved village environment and visit a museum with plenty of unique old American cars (check the opening hours). In the harbor it is possible to buy fresh local fish and eat outdoor on the premises or bring it back home and cook for a nice meal.

In the tiny village Dalby just 15 min walk from the cottage is Rævehøj, a passage grave with 2.5 m ceiling height it is Denmark's tallest and one of the best preserved. It dates from 3300-3200 BC in the Peasant Age and has been a burial ground for approx. 100 people. Bring a lamp to see it from the insight. From the top of Rævehøj there is a magnificent view of the landscape.

If you want to visit some larger towns, I will recommend Slagelse and/or Kalundborg. It takes around 30 min. by car and there are plenty to see and shopping centers/streets.

Worth a visit is also Birkegårdens Haver - a 10,000 m2 adventure garden with animals and play park.

Kragerup Gods where there are many climbing activities and cable cars, you can feel the rush in the treetops, play football or sail in the canoes on the moat.

A 15 minutes drive away you find Bildsø skov and Stillinge Strand (Beach) which is also worth for a nice walk.

Are you into Vikings it is worth visiting the Viking Castle Trelleborg at Hejninge who is working on being included on the Unesco World Heritage list and who is very interesting, there is free admission, though not during the Vikinge Festival which is held every year in week 29.

Gerlev Legepark between Slagelse and Skælskør are all time, if you want to be active the whole family - here play old games, collected from all over Europe over the last 1000 years and in the high season there are play instructors who set up common play among all the visitors - that is just everybody's place.

Løve is on the road to Høng and has one of the country's best preserved mills, where during the summer there are cozy events with eg. carriage rides and 'working mill' days. In Løve is also the Rosenmuseet with Rosarium and the visitor's garden, which contains one of the largest and impressive collections of roses.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed

What this place offers

Bay view
Garden view
Private beach access – Beachfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
TV
Washer
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Where you’ll be

Gørlev, Denmark

Daily shopping
For the daily shopping, I recommend the little village Gørlev where you find several supermarkets like Fakta, Superbrugsen, Rema and Netto. It takes about 10 min. by car.

In Gørlev you also find a small tourist office

Also in the village Kirke Helsinge only 5 minutes drive there is a small grocery store.

Sightseeing
(Opening of the various activity places depends on the season)

If you go left when facing the sea you will reach Mullerup Havn (20 minutes walking distance from the cottage). In Mullerup Havn you find an old nice rural restaurant (Skipperkroen), ice cream shop, mini golf, and harbour.
If you go right when facing the sea (direction Reersø – 10 minutes drive) you will meet another cottage area. You will walk along a grass cliff area with a beautiful sea view.

In Reersø it’s also possible to challenge several walking trips between 5 and 10 km in distance. You find them on maps in my pile of brochures or on signages in Reersø itself near the local restaurant at the parking lot. In Reersø you can also visit the interesting agricultural museum, experience a unique well-preserved village environment and visit a museum with plenty of unique old American cars (check the opening hours). Likewise you also find an old nice rural restaurant - Reersø Kro. In the harbour it is possible to buy fresh local fish and eat outdoor on the premises (note the the fish shop is not open all year round) or bring it back home and cook for a nice meal.

In the tiny village Dalby just 15 min walk from the cottage is Rævehøj, a passage grave with 2.5 m ceiling height it is Denmark's tallest and one of the best-preserved. It dates from (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) BC in the Peasant Age and has been a burial ground for approx. 100 people. Bring a lamp to see it from the insight. From the top of Rævehøj there is a magnificent view of the landscape.

If you want to visit some larger towns, I will recommend Slagelse and/or Kalundborg. It takes around 30 min. by car and there are plenty to see and shopping centers/streets.

Worth a visit is also Birkegårdens Haver - a 10,000 m2 adventure garden with animals and play park.

Kragerup Gods where there are many climbing activities and cable cars, you can feel the rush in the treetops, play football or sail in the canoes on the moat.

Are you into Vikings it is worth visiting the Viking Castle Trelleborg at Hejninge who is working on being included on the Unesco World Heritage list and who is very interesting, there is free admission, though not during the Vikinge Festival which is held every year in week 29.

Gerlev Legepark between Slagelse and Skælskør are all time, if you want to be active the whole family - here play old games, collected from all over Europe over the last 1000 years and in the high season there are play instructors who set up common play among all the visitors - that is just everybody's place.

Løve is on the road to Høng and has one of the country's best preserved mills, where during the summer there are cozy events with eg. carriage rides and 'working mill' days. In Løve is also the Rosenmuseet with Rosarium and the visitor's garden, which contains one of the largest and impressive collections of roses.

There are plenty of more things worth a visit – I have left a pile of brochures for your inspiration.

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House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
Self check-in with lockbox
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Smoke alarm

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