Treat it like you take care of your own house. It's a place that's meant to be lived in. However, we take great care with cleaning and keeping the place tidy, and we expect our guests to do the same. We feel very comfortable here and not uncomfortable about having guests even when we're not around. The house is solid, got thick walls and sturdy furniture. You don't stay in our house to look at it. So we strive to make our guests feel comfortable when staying here, and we expect from our guests that they strive to hand over the house in as inviting a condition as they found it when checking in.
Journalist and guide book writer. A father of two girls and crazy about food and football.
I have travelled the world - and so has my lovely wife. We intend to turn our home into a B&B one day, because we have a background in the travel and hospitality business and more importantly because we love to have people visiting. We care about the linen we offer them as sheets. We want them to feel welcome and well fed. We have been blessed with a house you won't easily find anywhere else. It's charming and inviting but never bordering a cutting edge design experience. This is Denmark and it's either cold or rainy (at least that's what most Danes tend to believe) and a house should be made for comfortable "hygge" and moments of joy. By the way we spent the entire 7 weeks of summer and sheer sunshine looking up different beaches every other day. Thus we think we've got access to the best of both worlds - indoor and outdoors.