The Gateway to Northern Europe
Our home is a rambling one-story house with plenty of room. A master bedroom and bath are located in the one end of the house and 2 guest rooms + bath in the opposite end. We have a very light living/dining room and a covered terrace. Our kitchen is a large family kitchen and this is probably the room we spend most of our time in. There are several terraces around the house and gives lots of possibilities for spending time outside.
This is our home but we do have a second home in Marbella, Spain.
We have always had a dog, but after we lost our Dear Signe and started traveling so much we have decided not to have a pet right now. We would really enjoy looking after animals if needed.
Our home is located in a small town in the south of Denmark, but with easy access to both the freeway and the train. We are located convenient for visiting our beautiful country or going south to explore Germany, Berlin (5 hours) and Hamburg (2 hours) are great places to visit. Copenhagen is only 2-2½ hours away and it is even possible to make a trip over to Malmø, Sweden when visiting Copenhagen. If you are interested in going just a bit farther then Poland and Tjekkiet can also be visited (7-10 hours).
The train station is only about 2 miles away and it is an easy and fast way to visit many places.
Being located on the Danish mainland it gives many opportunities to visit many historic places: Ribe ( the first trading center in the north), Jelling (home of the vikings), Odense (home of Hans Christian Andersen) and Skagen ( the northern point of Denmark where you can stand with one foot in the North Sea and the other in the Baltic. The list is long of exciting adventures.
We have several good golf courses in the area and also many Par3 courses. In Denmark you need to be a member of the Golf Union to play on the 18-hole courses. If you are a registered golf player it should be possible to play.