Holiday home: Stubbekøbing/Kongsnæs

Holiday home: Stubbekøbing/Kongsnæs, Falster, Denmark

Guest ratings

Based on 19 ratings3,1 out of 5,0
Recommendable2.8
Value for money3.3
The holiday home's decor and equipment3.4
Most popular among
Traveling with work4.0
Family/Friends without children3.2
Couple's stay3.0
Family/Friends with children2.5
Comments from other guests
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Jens - Stavanger, Norge  (Venneferie med børn, July 2019)
Recommendations for future guests
“Huset oplyses at være til 8 personer, men der er bare 4 havestole. / Madras kvalitet på hems så som så.”
Poul - Nykøbing Mors  (Familieferie med børn, July 2019)
Recommendations for future guests
“Knuthenborg safaripark. Traktormuseet. Færgen til Bogø.”
Alex - Helsingør  (Venneferie uden børn, May 2019)
Recommendations for future guests
“Besøg fiskehandleren i Sortsø.”
Birgit - Ringsted  (Venneferie uden børn, April 2019)
What did you especially like about the holiday house?
“God beliggenhed. Lyst og varmt”
Recommendations for future guests
“Nyord, Thorsvang og Krokodille Zoo”
xXx - xXx  (Ophold i forbindelse med arbejde, November 2018)
Recommendations for future guests
“Billigt og upersonligt sommerhus.Tydeligvis bygget med udlejning og ikke egen anvendelse for øje. Ikke særlig hyggeligt men tørt varmt og funktionelt. Dårligt belysning pga. de billige sparepærer.”
Mogens - Skjern  (Familieferie med større børn, March 2018)
What did you especially like about the holiday house?
“Udsigten og at det var tæt på Stubbekøbing.”
Flemming - Skanderborg  (Venneferie uden børn, July 2017)
Recommendations for future guests
“- Prøv Østersøruten på cykel. / - Se Valdemars Egen og Corzelitze haven / - Tag til Marielyst for restauranter...der er ikke nogen i Stubbekøbing!”
Agnete Nielsen - Ullerslev  (Familieferie med større børn, April 2017)
What did you especially like about the holiday house?
“beliggenhed”
Recommendations for future guests
“nej”
Anette - 4490 Jerslev  (Parferie, June 2016)
How do you like the holiday home's location?
“Beliggenhed fin. Ok indkøbsmuligheder. En enkelt restaurant i nærheden.”
Bente - København  (Venneferie uden børn, May 2016)
How do you like the holiday home's location?
“Beliggenheden er fin både til Strand, og indkøb. / Medbring alt hvad i får brug for”
Alexandra - Bayern  (Urlaub mit Freunden, May 2018)
What did you especially like about the holiday house?
“Außer dem Internet war alles da, sehr schönes Bad, leicht zu reinigender fußboden”
Recommendations for future guests
“Sehr gut zum entspannen, nächster supermarkt in der Nähe, Küche vorhanden für selbstgefngenen Fisch, vierle 'Angelmöglichkeiten vorhanden.”
Thomas - Mecklenburg  (Urlaub mit Freunden, February 2018)
What did you especially like about the holiday house?
“Die Lage nahe am Wasser hat uns sehr gefallen.”
Recommendations for future guests
“Zum Heizen sollte man genügend Holz für den Ofen mitbringen, da die Nutzung der elektrischen Heizkörper sehr teuer wird. In der offenen Wohnküche gibt es keine Vorhänge, sodass der Innenraum jederzeit vom öffentlichen Weg aus einsehbar ist. Der schlecht verfugte Ziegelsteinboden lässt sich fast gar nicht reinigen, zumal der Staubsauger defekt war.”
Denise - Saarbrücken  (Urlaub mit Freunden, June 2017)
Recommendations for future guests
“Guter Ausgangspunkt für zahlreiche Ausflüge, auch auf die Nachbarinseln Mön (Kreidefelsen und die kleine Stadt Stege) hat uns sehr gut gefallen. (Geöffnete) Restaurants haben wir leider nicht gefunden das mochte vielleicht auch daran liegen, dass wir nicht in der Hochsaison Urlaub gemacht haben.”
What did you especially like about the holiday house?
“Schöne Einrichtung, prima Lage! Schöner Blick auf den Hafen von Stubbeköbing. Wo allerdings 8 Personen Platz finden sollen, ist mir ein Rätsel. Es gibt zwei Schlafzimmer für jeweils zwei Personen und eine kleine Hochebene, die für (max. zwei) Kinder bestimmt sehr reizvoll ist.”

Holiday home facilities

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96m²
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200 m
 
Woodburn. stove
 
1 bathroom
 
Washing machine
 
Dishwasher
 
Built 2009
 
500 m to restaurant
 
1.5 km to grocer's
 
200 m to coast
House no. 40328
House Category: ★★★★
Coast/lake 200 mGuest ratings

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House description

BBathroom
BYUtility room
KKitchen
OTCovered terrace
OLiving room
VRoom
1 living room: Wood-burning stove, stereo set with CD player, TV, high chair
2 bedroom: 1 double bed, 2 beds, cot
1 mezzanine: 4 extra beds
kitchen area: Electric cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave oven, cooker hood, coffee maker, dish washer, washing machine
Bath/WC: WC, wash basin, shower cubicle
and: Covered terrace, garden grill, natural plot 923 m², modern furnishings, holiday home area, non-smoking house

About the holiday home

Holiday cottage approx. 200 m from the beach and jetty. There is a covered terrace overlooking the ocean. Heating provided by radiators and a wood-burning stove.

About the area

About Falster

Falster is a relatively flat island with a landscape that varies from open fields to thick forests, and with a large number of good sand beaches.

Falster offers a lot of opportunities to enjoy an active holiday outdoors. You will find many places offering horseback trips e.g. through the forests on special tracks for horseback riding or at Sønder Kohave in Nykøbing Falster, an old forest with some of its trees more than 200 years old. Falster also offers a lot of good fishing spots. Take a trip along the coasts and try your luck at catching garfish, trout and cod or go for the more safe approach and visit one of the many Put and Take lakes. Since Falster is a flat island, exploring the area on bicycles is an obvious choice, and bike rentals are found in many places.

Falster’s largest town is Nykøbing Falster at Guldborgsund (sound). The town has a lot of historic interesting houses and places, the town square among others, dating back to the Medieval. The town’s most known building is Klosterkirken, a gothic church from the 15th century. Take a trip to Guldborgsund Zoo or the Medieval Centre, an exhibition of life in the late 14th century with various exhibitions and workshops for the children.

The southern part of Falster has the holiday town Marielyst which is especially known for one of the best beaches in Denmark. The town is visited by a large number of happy holiday guests, giving the town a lively atmosphere. During the summer the small town has a lot of shops, restaurants and discotheques.

South of Marielyst is Gedser Odde (cape), the southern most point in Denmark. The cape has some 5-7 metres high cliffs best explored on walking trips along the coast. A lot of birdwatchers come here to watch the migrating birds, especially in the fall.

About Danmark

Holiday home in Denmark

You can find your holiday home in Denmark at DanCenter! Or you can book your holiday home in one of the 28 Danland holiday parks, most of which include a swimming complex and final cleaning service!

Take your pick from among thousands of holiday homes in all of Denmark's beautiful regions or go on a seaside holiday to one of our 28 holiday parks with subtropical swimming complexes and a view of the best beaches in Denmark.

DanCenter offers holiday homes and holiday parks all over Denmark. Choose your dream house and enjoy the fantastic Danish nature.

Stay in the midst of the sand dunes at the water's edge or relax in a holiday home in Denmark with its own pool. Our holiday homes in Denmark are located in the most beautiful parts of the country. Be it the Danish coast of the Baltic or North Sea, there is a huge range to choose from! The basic features of our holiday homes in Denmark often include a fireplace, whirlpool and a sauna.

Holiday in Denmark by the sea

7,000 kilometres of coast is already pretty impressive. And nowhere in the whole of Denmark is further than 55 kilometres away from the coast. Then with are another 400 islands, and it becomes record-breaking. Those who love the sea don't want to miss Denmark. The country's serenity is thanks to the interplay of sun and clouds, wind and waves. Enjoy it on the beach, absorb it as you wander through Denmark's small towns, which are orientated towards their inhabitants. You can see it in the aesthetic of every day things. You can experience it on holiday.

Discover the dramatic natural scenery of the cliffs on Bornholm, the wild waves of the North Sea, the beautiful little islands on the southern coast of Funen, the magical light of Skagen, the hilly moors or the historic merchant towns. Let your holiday in Denmark begin!

The majority of our holiday homes are just a stone's throw from the sea or even have a direct view of the water. Take a seaside holiday in Denmark and be impressed by this holiday destination.

Holiday at the Danish North Sea

The Danish North Sea coast is characterised by wide sandy beaches that stretch for miles with a great dune landscape and lots of perfectly located holiday homes. In many areas, you can even drive your car along the beach. Off Denmark's southern North Sea coast, you will find the islands of Rømø, Fanø and Mandø in the middle of the Danish Wadden Sea. Popular holiday locations such as Blåvand, Henne Beach and Vejers Beach can be found in this coastal region. Jammer Bay in the north is located north of the resorts of Løkken and Blokhus on a magnificent cliff, before you reach the tip of Denmark. Book your Denmark holiday at the North Sea.

Holiday at the Danish Baltic Sea

The Danish Baltic sea offers a variety of small beaches and bays to discover. The sea is significantly calmer here, making it ideal for families with children. Long sandy beaches can also be found here and there along the Baltic coast. Of course, the varied archipelago beyond the mainland is especially interesting. There are hundreds of smaller islands surrounding the main islands of Zealand and Funen, some inhabited, some not. Due to the numerous islands, the region has also been called the Danish South Sea. Find your holiday home on the Danish Baltic coast here.

Holiday in Denmark with children

The activity homes are ideal for families and groups, equipped with table tennis, table football, Nintendo Wii and a pool table. The Danland holiday parks also promise a restful family holiday, with amenities such as a swimming complex, mini-golf and lots more. You can find more information at danland.de. It is possible to arrange short trips here of 2 nights or more. A holiday in Denmark with children will be unforgettable. The sea, the beach, the sand dunes – all of this makes for a great adventure playground for youngsters. In addition, there are numerous sights and attractions in Denmark that the whole family can enjoy. As a DanCenter guest, you will also receive a discount at several attractions. You can find more information here and in the service office.

Holiday with a dog in Denmark

You can take your dog with you on holiday to more than 3,000 holiday homes in Denmark. Up to 2 pets are welcome. If you are travelling with more than two animals, please get in touch with our reservation team.

Denmark is a great holiday destination for families with dogs. It's not just people who long for freedom, sea air and nature, our four-legged friends do as well! There are a few rules that you need to keep in mind in Denmark, however. You can find all the information you need about holidays in Denmark with a dog here!

Denmark holiday tips

DanCenter asked more than 7,400 guests what attractions they liked best in Denmark last year.

In addition, we have put together our absolute best Denmark holiday tips:

  • Visit the Tirpitz Museum on the southern North Sea, discover the historic idyllic village of Sønderho on the island of Fanø and pay a visit to the island of Mandø, which is only accessible at low tide.
  • At the mid-point of the North Sea, you can admire the 64-metre high "Blåbjerg-Nyminde Klit" sand dune, the tallest in Denmark, visit the culture capital of Hostelbro or the central Danish lake district, which is very reminiscent of the nature in Sweden.
  • Thy national park awaits you on the northern North Sea coast, offering 30 natural attractions. What's more, you can navigate the snaps route around Limfjord and visit the sand-covered church in Skagen.
  • You can go on some great hikes along the Baltic Sea to the south. Firstly, you have the Gendarmstien hiking trail with German-Danish history, and secondly, you can hike around the Haderslev Dam. If you're feeling particularly courageous, you can cross the small belt bridge, which is also called bridge walking. Please only do this accompanied by a guide!
  • In the mid-Baltic coast, you can visit the town of Aarhus.

The new harbour area is particularly interesting, with special architectural features and the ARoS art gallery. The Ejer Bavnehøj is the one of the highest points in Denmark and always worth a visit.

  • Take a trip to the northern Baltic to the island of Læsø and discover the mussel town of Løgstør. For a little history, as well as a great view, visit Bangsbo Fort prison.
  • The archipelago hiking trail will lead you all the way round the island of Funen. There are various ferry connections, which will allow you to "hop" across the Danish South Sea between islands like Funen, Langeland and Æro. The island of Funen is also known for great delicatessen markets.
  • There are more Danish holiday tips for the islands of Zealand, Lolland and Falster. Visit the Odsherred geopark, the Liselund castle park on Møn or the maritime museum in Helsingør.
  • On Denmark's sunshine island of Bornholm, you can take a fantastic bike tour through the Almindingen forest, hike by the rocky Hammershus-Allinge coastline or visit the many farms offering great organic products.

As you can see, a holiday in Denmark is varied and exciting for the whole family.

The most beautiful beaches in Denmark

Denmark is the perfect destination for beach holidaymakers – along its more than 7,000 kilometres of coastline, you'll find some of the widest sandy beaches in Europe alternating with Unesco World Heritage cliffs. You can find out which beach suits you best here!

Denmark's lively archipelago

Islands have always been especially attractive to people. Fans of the big city and lovers of quiet solitude alike can find happiness on Denmark's fascinating island archipelago. Learn more about Denmark's most beautiful islands!

Low-cost Denmark holiday

There's a holiday home for every budget in Denmark. From the classic Scandinavian holiday home to a large luxury manor, we have everything. Here are a few tips for keeping your holiday in Denmark affordable:

  • Travel in the low-season. In spring and autumn in particular, you will be able to grab an affordable Danish holiday. Our holiday homes start from €249/week.
  • Shop in Germany. Groceries are significantly cheaper in Germany than in Denmark. It therefore makes sense to buy long-lasting groceries and fresh products for the first few days while you're in Germany and take them with you.
  • Cook your own meals. Especially if you're in a larger group, you can save a lot by preparing the food yourself. You will find everything that you need in the holiday home.
  • Use the DanCenter discount available for lots of attractions and sights. For example, you can get 20% discount off entry to LEGOLAND Billund . Just ask at the onsite service office.
  • Book last minute. Shortly before the arrival date, we reduce lots of vacant houses by up to 30%.
  • Stay up to date. Our newsletter and social media channels will keep you informed about special offers and discounts!

Holiday Denmark - in the land of the holiday homes

Holiday home breaks in Denmark are a classic way to get some rest – and each generation is rediscovering just how relaxing it can be to take some time off by the Baltic or North Sea coast. It doesn't matter what time of year it is!

If the typical Danish holiday home didn't exist, you would have to invent it: a house at the seaside – by more than 7,000 kilometres of coastline on the Baltic and North Sea. Denmark has been living the holiday (home) dream for generations – and it is always being reinvented. It all began very modestly – or elegantly, depending on your perspective. The first Danish summer visitors were nobles. They were first able to afford country houses in North Zealand in the 18th century, spending the summer months there. Around 1900, an increasing number of artists moved to authentic fishing towns such as Skagen in North Jutland and Hornbæk on Zealand. To this day, the works of the Skagen Painters and the Funen Painters attract thousands of art enthusiasts to Denmark's museums.

From the beginning of the last century, well-off Danes began building their own real holiday homes. The real success story of the Danish holiday home began in the 1950s, however. As prosperity increased among all classes, construction of the Danish "summer house" (sommerhus) as leisure accommodation soared – while there were approx. 40,000 by around 1950, today there are more than 220,000 holiday homes across the country.

However, it's not just the number of holiday homes that has changed. The character and lifestyle in these Danish holiday escapes are now more comparable with the holiday atmosphere of the 1970s, for example. At that time, the houses became progressively larger, more comfortable and more insulated. What had previously just been a summer holiday home could now become a home at any time of year. Today, these luxury houses of 100 or 120 square metres offer all imaginable amenities, such as washing machines and dishwashers, satellite TV, DVD players, Wi-Fi, whirlpool, sauna and more.

Despite increasing requirements, the "essence" of the Danish holiday home survived regardless of luxury and furnishing: making the dream of living in the middle of nature come true. On your own piece of land in a house that is arranged in a simple and pleasant way, with a clearly Nordic design. With a terrace for bright, endless summer evenings. Or a fire for a cosy atmosphere in autumn and winter. A fully-equipped kitchen where the family can meet and cook together - unlike in hectic day-to-day life at home. The dream brings couples together, brings several generations of families together, as well as friends who want to enjoy the countryside instead of the hustle and bustle of the city.

The choice of holiday homes these days ranges from wellness houses to houses with swimming pools, from houses for pet owners to houses for fishing, from energy saving houses to child-friendly activity houses with a pool table, table football and gaming consoles. The house with a sea view complements the holiday home near the city. You also have the choice of when you travel: Depending on the time of year, a Danish holiday home can be rented for several days or just a long weekend, with arrival on the day of your choice.

The secret behind the Danish word "Hygge".

It is well-known that the Danes have long been among the happiest people in the world. At least, that is what regular surveys suggest, such as the European Social Survey, which tracks the self-assessment of nations each year. There are many reasons why our Nordic neighbours find themselves in this permanent positive state. In other countries, it has been attributed to the Danish hygge phenomenon that the world has feverishly embraced. Even many Danes don't realise that the word "Hygge" has Norwegian origins...

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