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Dark Sky Camp Mon.

0.00 (1 review) Borre, Lolland-Falster-Møn, Denmark

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Your host

Morten
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    1 pitch

Large, cozy, private 20 m2 tent, with a small wood stove (only installed in winter).

It's not glamping, just a big tent in a beautiful area.

The place is exclusive to you, so no strangers come by, and it is completely quiet at night, except for the sounds of the animals in the forest.

Sleeping pads are available, but guests must bring their own sleeping bags that suit the season.
The toilet is located in a small tent next to the sleeping tent.
Nearest bathroom is on the beach, approx. 15 minutes walk from the tent.

The tent is simply furnished, with what is needed for a good stay, blankets on the floor, sleeping mats and two double air mattresses. There are lamps and light chains for coziness.

The tent is located in Dark Sky Park Møn, and you have a unique opportunity to look at the starry sky in one of the darkest areas of Europe.

The host is certified Dark Sky Guide, and can show the sky with telescopes and binoculars, for an additional price. However, it must be fairly clear weather.

Guided nature walks are also possible.

The tent is located in a quiet natural area surrounded by forest, but there are inhabited houses not far away. Therefore, loud music or wild parties are not allowed.

There is a fire outside, grate / grill on a tripod, and cast iron pots and pans. Firewood can easily be found in the forest floor, in the forest outside the meadow. Gather dry branches that can be broken into suitable pieces.
If it has rained a lot and all the branches are wet, it is smart to have firewood with you. Otherwise I have some briquettes you can buy.

It is very dry on Møn now, so only a small fire may be made, and the branches must not protrude beyond the edge of the fire pit.


Remember to bring sleeping bags that suit the season.

Do not drive to the tent, it must be parked outside the meadow, approx. 50 m. From the tent. Drive in through the first door, but do not drive the car through the next door.

If you need to use the stove inside the tent, it is important to use it correctly, for your and the tent's safety. If it is allowed to burn at full power, it will get too hot without the tent getting hot. As soon as it is switched on, close the damper on the front of the oven so that it heats up quietly. Then the heat stays inside the tent.
You must use completely dry firewood, which you either bring with you, or can buy from me.
The oven must not be switched on while you are sleeping or outside.
The oven is not installed in the summer.

There are cans of plenty of drinking water by the tent.

For the sake of the next guests, it is not allowed to wear shoes inside the tent. It's not nice for the next guests with mud on the floor. There is a large mat at the entrance to the shoes. The tent must be left as clean and tidy as when you arrived.

Ways to spend the night

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    Equipped tent (Tipi, safaritent, bell tent)

This campspace offers

Shared amenities

Comfort & Fun

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Sanitation

  • Icon Toilet

Seating area

  • Icon Picnic table

Ways to spend the day

In the area
  • Icon Hiking
  • Icon Cycling
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  • Icon Wildlife watching
  • Icon Fishing
On the campspace
  • Icon Making a campfire

What will you find in the area?

Landscape characteristics

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Your host, Morten

0.00 (1 review)

Host is verified by Campspace

I travel a lot, and love staying in tents. Therefore, I know a lot about what you need for simple accommodation and how to feel at home in a new place.

Reviews

Hejcamp guest

Tell us about your experience
Must be completely honest and say this place does not belong under the term "Glamping". We had booked 2 nights but rushed on after the 1st.
If you pay DKK 1200 per Accommodation has certain expectations of the place, but in any case it was not worth the money.
Angry smiley and a quarter of a star.

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Host Morten has responded

As a landlord, you expect guests to speak up if there is something that is not as it should be. I am easy to reach, both by messaging here or by phone, and will do almost anything to make guests have a good stay. The last thing I said to these guests was that they finally had to speak up if they were missing something or if something was not right. However, they chose not to contact me or say anything to me when I received them at the tent.
Unfortunately, I don't get to know what didn't suit them or didn't meet their expectations by reading the review.

No, there is no four-poster bed or flower decorations, nor a waiter serving chilled champagne. You have to take care of that yourself. On the other hand, there is 5000 m2 of private natural land to frolic in, a large private forest for free use, a nice large tent with air bed, fire pit with table and benches, firewood, short path to the beach, everything you need for cooking on a fire , lamps etc. Guests are responsible for their own entertainment as there are no others around.

I guess the rainy weather has put these guests in a bad mood, maybe they didn't have fun together, and are now blaming the tent.
Unfortunately, all the guests who have a nice stay do not write reviews, but only write privately to me.

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Rules

Sleeping pads are available, but guests must bring their own sleeping bags that suit the season.
The toilet is located in a small tent next to the sleeping tent.
Nearest bathroom is on the beach, approx. 15 minutes walk from the tent.
The tent is simply furnished, with what is needed for a good stay, blankets on the floor, sleeping mats and two double air mattresses. There are lamps and light chains for coziness.
The tent is located in Dark Sky Park Møn, and you have a unique opportunity to look at the starry sky in one of the darkest areas of Europe.
The host is certified Dark Sky Guide, and can show the sky with telescopes and binoculars, for an additional price. However, it must be fairly clear weather.
The tent is located in a quiet natural area surrounded by forest, but there are inhabited houses not far away. Therefore, loud music or wild parties are not allowed.
There is a fire outside, grate / grill on a tripod, and cast iron pots and pans. Firewood can easily be found in the forest floor, in the forest outside the meadow. Gather dry branches that can be broken into suitable pieces.
If it has rained a lot and all the branches are wet, it is smart to have firewood with you. Otherwise I have some briquettes you can buy.

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 30 days before check-in date will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excl. Campspace fees). If they cancel between 14 and 30 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Checking in and out

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–To be agreed
Check-out between: To be agreed–11:00 am

Dark Sky Camp Mon.

Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

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Dark Sky Camp Mon.

Equipped tent (Tipi, safaritent, bell tent)
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Large, cozy, private 20 m2 tent, with a small wood stove (only installed in winter).
It's not glamping, just a big tent in a beautiful area.
The place is exclusive to you, so no strangers come by, and it is completely quiet at night, except for the sounds of the animals in the forest.

Minimum number of nights: 2
Maximum number of nights: 4
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 12
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Minimum number of days that can be booked in advance: 0
Maximum number of days that can be booked in advance: 60

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