Ærø Hotel - Skipperbyen Marstal
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- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews Ærø Hotel - Skipperbyen Marstal
Travel Blogs from Marstal
... Tåsinge. As a result of all of this shallow water, getting south and into deep water between Denmark and Germany is not straightforward. Initially we had to follow a buoyed channel which took us down to Strynø and then for four or five miles we had open, albeit not deep (5-6metres) water to sail in before entering another buoyed channel down towards Ærø and one of its main harbours, Marstal. We remembered doing this last in 2013 and we ...
... large long island called, appropriately, Langeland that you need to pass. It lies roughly in a north-south direction so you can either take the eastern or western route. Given that the wind was from the east, we opted to go down the eastern side, and stay for the night in a harbour that we'd not tried, called Spodsbjerg, so that was the plan by 09:30. By 10:00 we had the same goal but by now we were under engine as the wind had ...
... the Marina: a fire drill practice at 5pm, dinner in the French restaurant at 6pm, our own tour of the ship after dinner which included a quick paddle tennis game and a view of the Copenhagen-Malmö bridge and wind farms off the coast. The ship's rooms are like a fine hotel's and it looks like no one will ever have a chance to go hungry or thirsty, there are so many restaurants and bars. Should be ...
... The people of Aeros get their heat from the straw, electricity from the solar panels and windmills and their water from underground aquifers. And they try to grow all their own vegetables, beef and dairy products. Seems like paradise to me. We ended our ride with coffee and cookies in Susanna's garden. After some reading time, showers and dinner, we did one last cycle to the beach huts before turning in our bikes. Another great ...
I started the day with a run (my first in quite a while) which was a great way to explore the village. I ran through the village, the grounds of the castle, the small forest on the edge of the village, then past the marina. It's truly a beautiful piece of Europe. Since I was really hot when I got back from the run, I took our host's suggestion that I take a swim at the beach across the road from their house. As soon as I put my head under I realised they weren't being serious. ...