We bought a run down farm 10 years ago and have worked hard to create one of the best bed and breakfasts in Denmark.
We decided to let the belonging farmland return to its original state and thus become a wilderness santuary.
Denmark is due to industrial farming depleting natural diversity. The farm is becoming a Noah's ark for insects and birds.
We hope to buy the adjacent farmland in the years to come and hopefully ensure it for all future, farm free, poisonfree and living wild.
Help with Eco project
Helping with Tourists
You will be part of the family and participate in every activity on the farm you choose to. You can learn carpentry, gardening and all aspects of living in rural Denmark.
If you are interested in learning Danish, we will be delighted to teach you.
If you are into nature, wildlife and outdoor life this place will delight you and you might see birds and insects rarely seen anywhere else.
We live on a farm where we rent rooms to tourists during, mainly the summertime. Our farm is situated a short walk away from the beach and has 12 Hectar of farmland gone feral.
We love nature nature and protects it every way possible. The help we need during year goes from maintenance to gardening, feeding the livestock and cleaning the main house.
You can help with a variety of tasks and we try to match you with the job that match your skills.
We would love if you have an interest in insects, birds, mammals.. ecology and could help us enhance natural diversity.
Danish, English and German
Room in main house, tent or camper depending on the weather and what you prefer.
The place is for the outdoor enthusiast; you can bicycle, swim in the sea, go kayaking, watch birds go hiking or take the ferry to some of Denmark's smallest Islands, just to give a few exampel.
We go to the capital on a regular basis and you are welcome to join us.. and are in general openminded people that will help you to have a great time while you are here.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week