How to rent a Danish holiday cottage
You normally rent holiday cottages for a week, with Saturday being the typical change-over day. Outside of the high season, it’s possible to rent holiday cottages in Denmark for shorter periods of time. Holiday homes are always fully equipped with kitchen utensils, crockery, pillows and duvets but you normally need to bring (or borrow!) your own bed linen. You can normally pay to have the house cleaned at the end of your stay.
How much does it cost to stay in a holiday cottage
How long is a piece of string! Basic holiday cottages with two to three bedrooms can start at around 3,500kr for a week in the high season. Prices vary slightly depending on region and increase with extra facilities and space. You can also rent luxury summer houses in Denmark, with extra bling things like swimming pools and jacuzzis. Prices will start from around 11,500kr in the high season. You may be able to find deals on these types of holiday home off peak season.