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The forest hut in the green oasis

4.57 (7 reviews) Verified Regstrup, Denmark

About this campspace #s005466

Your host


Small cottage surrounded by large spruce trees, far away from the city, and yet only 40 minutes from Copenhagen.

In the beautiful Zealand Alps, only a few kilometers from Brorfelde Observatory, in the middle of the Ice Age route and far away from noise and street lighting, is our cottage, with this small annex in the backyard - on the large plot in the middle of the forest. The cabin is nestled in a beautiful valley, with a small stream next to it, lots of birds and wildlife - and next door to the breeding ground for both the golden eagle and the red kite. Here is peace and quiet - and many fine hilly routes for walks, in one of Denmark's highest situated holiday home areas.

The cottage has two bunk beds that can be buttoned together into a double bed. A small electric hob with free tea and coffee, as well as crockery. Two retro folding chairs and a stable camping table that can be displayed on the small terrace in front of the cabin. Here is also a small oil radiator, some books and a turntable.

Camping toilet and shower can be set up (DKK 100) Otherwise, toilet / shower can be borrowed in the cottage approx. 40 meters from the cottage, by appointment.

Here is the opportunity to borrow bed linen / towels, fire pit / grill, board games, mini projector for smartphone, binoculars and guitar. (50 Danish kroner)

Space for

  • Cabin


  • Drinking water
  • Toilet
  • Hot shower
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Pets allowed
  • BBQ
  • Campfire possible
  • Picnic table
  • Phone charge
  • Electricity
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Gas (stove)
  • Sportsgear
  • RV Sanitation
  • RV Hookup
  • Hot water
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Things to do in the area

  • TIP Take a walk up to the Brorfelde Observatory and explore the sky.
  • TIP You can swim in the nearby Maglesø, Denmark's highest lake - and also the cleanest.
  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife watching

Sustainability practices

  • Waste separation
  • Self-grown food
  • Food products from locals in the region
  • Solar water heater
  • Organic cleaning products
  • Water-saving measures

We think sustainability into everything we do, we sort, renovate and recycle where we can.

Your host, Danielle

4.57 (7 reviews)

Host is verified by Campspace

We are a small family of 3 - Danielle, Stefan and Priscilla - who are so lucky to have found our little cottage in West Zealand, which we love so much. We did not understand the importance of being in nature before we even got a cottage, and now the time goes by to identify which plants can be eaten, look at birds and enjoy what the area has to offer of unparalleled views, and exciting walks. We look forward to sharing all this with a lot of nice people.

We speak and understand both German and English



Tell us about your experience
The cottage was cozy and had a good location out in the green.
However, the cabin was extremely cold. There was a small radiator which did not heat up enough!
Here the host could well warm up the place 1 day before we arrived so we could receive the bar a little warm! Even our dog freezes :(
The host was not at home in the main house, so we could easily use the kitchen but it was not obvious, because the landlord had turned off the entire power in the house, so we could not use the kitchen.
The hot water in the bathroom was also turned off, so the bath was unbearable! Luckily, my husband was able to turn on the hot water out in the screw that we had to figure out ourselves. It is bad style to do this when you know you have guests and that the owner is not present! In any case, I do not recommend it to others to rent this place.

How was the contact with the host?
Easy to get in touch with,

Tips for new guests?
Rent it in the hot session
Also count on the kitchen and bathroom not being quite optimal.

February 2022 · Translated from danish

Host Danielle has responded

Hi Sabrina,

It is the first time we have heard from a tenant that it was cold in the cabin, we check if the radiator is in disarray, because it sounds very strange.

The kitchen in the main house is NOT at the tenants' disposal, especially not when we are not present ourselves - it is ONLY bathed (but also cool that you have been inside a room where it says "Private" on the door). Usually people have cooked over a fire, or on the small fire in the hut. And other tenants have rarely used the bath, and therefore we have to turn off the water, otherwise the pipes freeze during the winter period.

And no, we have not turned off the power or WiFi.

I informed you already a month before that we would not be present ourselves, and that you finally had to write or call if you had questions - but it is of course a better solution to write a bad review instead.

No, kitchen and bath are not optimal as it is a campspace and not a hotel.

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Tell us about your experience
This tiny cabin was INCREDIBLE. Built sturdy and well insulated (withstood a windstorm and falling branches with no sound or vibration). It was spacious, clean and had everything we needed. Hot plate, eating utensils and flatware, french press etc. They were able to provide bed covers and linens, cooking supplies, water and firewood, and the daily breakfast was so sweet with homemade juice and bread! It was quiet and secluded with zero foot/road traffic to disturb us. There is no plumbing but we hardly noticed as the bathroom was located in the main house when we needed it (this is a permanent enclosed lean-to/shelter).

How was the contact with the host?
Both Danielle and Stefan were kind and generous hosts. They were happy to receive us and respected our privacy. We hardly knew they were there even though the main house is very close, you can't see it from the tiny cabin. They were easy to reach if we needed anything, very relaxed about our stay and didn't rush the experience. We were able to chat with them a little and they really made us feel comfortable and welcome in their space.

Tips for new guests?
1. There's no wifi or cell service (extremely limited) so make sure to download or bring any entertainment you might want. Honestly, the quality time was entertaining enough and hardly noticed the lack of internet.

2. The bathroom/water supply is located in the main house, but is accessible.

3. If you need cooking tools, just ask the host.

4. Pack as though you're going camping or backpacking for a few days.

5. There's no fridge, but there is electricity (heat provided) consider bringing a cooler to keep perishables fresh in summertime.

5. Public transportation is convenient. We walked from a near by bus stop.

6. Bring a flashlight, it gets dark at night.

January 2022


Tell us about your experience
Lovely quiet area with good hiking opportunities in a beautiful, hilly ice age landscape. The small cottage is nice, cozy, clean, warm and with good beds and duvets. There is easy access to the toilet in the cottage, which belongs to. The breakfast, which was brought by the sweet hostess, was good, healthy and straightforward.

How was the contact with the host?
Easy contact with the host, who is hospitable, smiling and nice.

Tips for new guests?
It's not a cabin with a view as such, so you have to be willing to go for walks if you want to enjoy the countryside and the hills (and we were, so no complaints from here).

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Hejcamp guest

Tell us about your experience
Perfect little cottage in scenic surroundings, with everything you need :)

Good communication with the host - we had talked past each other regarding bedding / duvets, but it was not a problem, a solution was quickly found.

We would definitely highly recommend the place, to others who want a little micro-adventure :)

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Hejcamp guest

Tell us about your experience
We have had a fantastic day in Skovhytten. Daniella was super easy to communicate with and we ordered food from her, all really delicious. Can definitely be recommended 👍

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Hejcamp guest

Tell us about your experience
Super nice surroundings and fucking cute landlords

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Hejcamp guest

Tell us about your experience
We had a really wonderful stay in Skovhytten with Danielle and her sweet family.
They were very helpful and accommodating.
The cottage is close to their cottage, so you can borrow the bathroom. But at the same time completely by itself surrounded by tall trees.
It was very quiet and peaceful.

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Our campspace is dog friendly.

The hills are steep, so remember sensible footwear.

Pay attention to nature, leaving only your footprints.

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Check-in between: 1:00 pm–To be agreed
Check-out between: To be agreed–12:00 pm

The forest hut in the green oasis

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

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The forest hut in the green oasis

Max. people

  • Drinking water
  • Toilet
  • Hot shower
  • Campfire possible

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
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: 360

from € 79.94 per night

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