Holiday home 11
Just when you get to the old part of Svaneke you find this well preserved red half timbered house from 1840 inviting you to a beautiful holiday.
In 1867 the first post office of Svaneke was opened by the town chronicler Peter Larsen, a brother-in-law to Madvig –the honorary citizen of Svaneke. When in 1874 the bust of Madvig was revealed, he was present and stayed the night in this very house at Otto Holst Bakke 2.
Perhaps you can still feel the historical flap in the house from where you also can see the bust.
The house has a seize of 144 m2 distributed on two floors.
On the ground floor there are two ensuite living rooms – one of them with a cozy curved area either to watch the broad selection of programs on TV or just to relax, the other is a spacious dining living room. Furthermore you find a functional kitchen with among other things a dish washer, refrigerator and freezer and an electric range.
In a separate room there is a washing machine and a dryer.
From the dining living room you can get on a beautiful morning terrace, where in the silent hours of the morning you can hear the sea and get a glance of it. There is a closed garden, where you always find a sunny place. Here your children may run around and play without your concern – maybe a little dog, too.
From the entée you reach the first floor by a comfortable staircase. There is a smaller landing and two bedrooms with double beds. You have a amazing view on the red roofs of Svaneke and down to the sea from one of the bedrooms. It might be difficult to leave here because you also find a very cozy nook there.
The house provides the comforts of two toilets – the one down and the other above – one of these is equipped with a shower.
There is wireless access to the internet.
Smoking is only allowed outside.