Come and stay in wonderful surrounding with beach and forest just outside. Taste the salty air and hear the waves. Enjoy a morning swim as the sunrise gets up. Fire up the stove and relax . Prepare a meal and bring it to the beach or stay home.
Nice and big apartment in two stories with new kitchen and bath. Ground level has a small toilet at the entrance and a big room with double bed (160x200), big living room with furnace, eating area in extension of the new open kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a new dishwasher. Newly renovate bath and toilets. On the first floor landing is an ironing board and a big room with double bed (160x200) and a view over the water, Øresund.
The apartment is furnished with a mixture of old a new, which is true to the old house. Super romantic atmosphere when the furnace from Morsø is on, it spreads a cozy light and warmth to the big room on a cold winter day.
Come, experience the amazing light from the sea, and listen to the waves in the distance.
The apartment is optimal for large family and weekend trips with friends. There is room and plenty of space for togetherness and privacy.
Accès des voyageurs
Linens, towels and a breakfast start package will be provided at arrival. It is possible to rent beach towels.
Baby equipment is available: Highchair, weekend bed, changing mat, car seat and small bathtub.
Free Wi-Fi, free parking at the house or parking area on the other side (20 m away)
Please respect the mainhouse and garden is privat, thx.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
At check in and if needed.
You have fully acces to your apartment and front area at the house.
The public beach is only 20 m from the house, just around the corner. You are welcome to bring BBQ and blanket, to the beach.
The property ”Skotteruphus” was built in 1907 by builder merchant Andreas Rudolf Petersen.
The properties correct name I Skotteruphus and is located majestic on Strandvejen south of Stejlepladsen in Skotterup with a big park like garden. The property contains several buildings and masonry that binds the property together. Especially the two largest buildings dominate; the smallest building placed towards the road is listed timbered and white plastered brick. The biggest- the main house – has white facades and a steep hipped roof covered with red tiles and two symmetrically placed chimneys. The main house is placed obliquely compared to Strandvejen, which gives and extra charming character.
In 1954, Elly Margrethe Jensen bought the property. 2 years earlier, in 1952, she had already bought the property on the landside of Strandvejen, this property now works as the Emergency Management Services course center. The building on landside (since totally rebuild and expanded) was originally built as housing and pension for a Swedish boot maker, Frands August Forsberg, who bought the area in 1897. Forsberg ran the place as a pension under the name “Ørenæs” until the Second World War, where the occupiers seized the buildings.
In the years after 1954, the property on landside was rebuilt into a hotel, and the name was changed to “Hotel Mirasol”, because it was feared that foreigners could not pronounce the name “Ørenæs”. “Mirasol” is Spanish and means sunflower. At the same time, “Skotteruphus”, on the waterside, becomes part of the hotel complex. In the following three years, it was part of the hotel complex “Mirasol”.
When the “Civil Defense’s School” was furnished in the former hotel in 1957 it happened under the name “Civil Defense’s School” and not Mirasol. The schools primary task was to educate leaders for Denmark’s Civil Defense. The reason that the school was not placed in Copenhagen was to ensure that the capitals temptations would not affect the alluring students. In 1988, the name was changed to "Beredskabsstyrelsens Højskole".
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I live in Snekkersten with my husband and children in the main house, close to the two apartments we rent out.
We have lived abroad for some years, are back in Denmark and simply love the area of North Zealand.
I'm a mother to 4 (2 girls and 2 boys) housewife and busy taking care of my family especially since my two boys got diagnostic with diabetes 1, when they were 1 and 14. Therefore, sport and food has huge impact in our daily routines :)
We have lots of nice walks and small trips daily and enjoy having guest to spoil.
Come and enjoy this beautiful piece of Denmark.
See you, Betina