Our house is almost 200 m2 filled with the trademarked Danish hygge. We live in the countryside and love it with the great views and the quietness! However, we are still less than 10 minutes by car from the highway (E45) as well as to towns with lots of shops and everything you need for your stay.
We have blocked the front entrance to make a library, so you will enter through the door in the yard. That will let you into our mudroom. From the mudroom you enter our lovely blue kitchen - it is North faced and therefore doesn't get much sun, but that is also why it is so cosy with the bar counter, play kitchen and the wood stove, from the kitchen you also have a perfect view of any children playing in the yard (still under construction).
The kitchen leads to the living room, which is huge and has plenty of room for guests (we once had 28 students from Miriam's work, for coffee and cake in there). The living room is also where the sunset/rise in the pictures are taken. We don't have a television but we do have a large play area in the living room.
From the living room you can enter our library and are welcome to read anything in there, most of it is in English. A small toilet hides under the stairs that take you to an open area upstairs, which is our office. Frederik has build alcove beds here which fit 2-3 kids or a couple of adults and is very cozy! Upstairs you also find our bedroom with a large cosleeping bed (fancy way of saying we put 3 twin beds together and have a 270*200 bed).
On our property, we have a small forest on a hill and on top of that hill, you will find our Norwegian cabin hidden. The former owners had is transported from Norway and put up. It sleeps four (quite comfortable beds, that definitely works for adults) and is heated.
Since the bathroom is upstairs you will need to use stairs when you stay here.
We moved here in 2017 and have been renovating and redecorating every since (and probably won't stop, but don't tell Frederik that!). However we also live here, so we strive to not let the building stuff make a mess.
We have a cat (named Kat) but she only lives outside - we would love if you will feed her once a day though.
When you stay at our house you will need a car. We have two (A Skoda Fabia st from 2008 and an old Volvo from the '70s) and might be able to exchange cars with you. We also have a couple of bikes you can use, the road right outside our house goes around a lake and is very popular for biking. You can also bike to both Mariager and Hobro in about 20 minutes and here you will find shops, playgrounds and other great stuff.
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We are a young responsible couple just starting our family. We enjoy exploring new places at a slower pace as well as "staying in" and reading and relaxing together. While we have young children we will mostly travel where we can drive from Denmark within 8-9 hours (or fly within a couple of hours).