A charming farm from 1870, 5 minutes from Hjørring, with separate building housing rooms, dining hall, 2 bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. The grounds have a lovely old fruit garden, play area for the kids as well as outdoor seating and parking. Free wifi and tv.
We have a dog and a cat and in general they're not allowed in the guest building.
The dog - Lukas - often runs free in the courtyard so please make sure that the gate to the courtyard from the parking area is properly closed.
Please don't smoke inside, we have ashtrays available outside on request.
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We're a family of four, plus cat and dog, that lives on an old farm property in North Denmark, just inside the city limits of the village of Lørslev, 5 minutes from Hjørring.
The farm is from 1870 and contains the main house as well as a guest building with 3 bedrooms and a large dining hall. The buildings are surrounded by big, old gardens, with fruit trees, fields and secret hiding spots. We also have garden swings for the kids and a big, closed off court yard, a winter garden with couches, a small parking and various places to sit outside.
We enjoy making things and love the local availability of produce. Lots of what we eat is locally farmed. We have a big vegetable garden where we grow potatoes, kale, beets and much more - all depending on season.
Our meat is also as far as possible local, with local suppliers of everything from deer to pork to chicken and eggs.
My husband works with local farmers, helping them ensure their farms are efficient and sustainable. I work for a local web start up, with responsibility for the Norwegian marked development as well as brand and strategy for the whole business.
I'm originally Norwegian, and have lived a bit all over the world - Middle East, Tokyo, Washington DC, London and more, and moved to Denmark in 2013 when I married my Danish husband. We moved to the North of Denmark to be closer to my husband's family.
We've social and love getting to know new people, but we also respect privacy if that's your thing. We help with finding local things to do, we organise BBQ evenings for friends that you're welcome to join in on, and we love being out in the garden enjoying whatever weather Denmark has to offer. We're also pretty active in our local community. The village is small, but active, with a local school, kindergarden, and a community house.