Hvide Hus Hotel

Address: Strandgaardshoej 1, Ebeltoft, Jutland, 8400, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Strandgaardshoej 1, Ebeltoft, is near Fregatten Jylland., Glasmuseum, Farvergardeb, and Vindmolleparken.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Ebeltoft

Mid Semest Break - Aarhus Part 3

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Oct 20, 2014

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... some danish pastries for lunch before making a dash for our hostel. I just realised I forgot to mention we went to Aarhus the night before we flew out (the Thursday night) on the way to Ibiza so we didn't have to get up so early. So we had already stayed at the hostel previously however had a single room and this time we were sharing with two others. Anyway we checked in then decided to do some shopping to fill in the day as ...

Denmark Day 8

A travel blog entry by inca_gold on May 19, 2011

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After bedding down next to a path by a bird sanctuary, I awake to continue down the coast to the ferry. I replace my first tyre, and notice that my rugged offroad tyres now resemble racing superslicks.The weather has cleared up, I make camp about 14k from the Ebeltoft ferry in some woods. In other news, I have begun talking to my bicycle. I have named him 'squeak'. I buy some chain lube to shut him up.


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Chairs, Sea, Glass, and Cobblestones (Ebeltoft)

A travel blog entry by pacislander90 on Feb 04, 2011

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... The town is located right on the coast and is home to a major harbor, winding cobblestone streets, and picturesque cottages with bright red terracotta roof tiles. Ebeltoft also has a famous glass museum that we studied. The museum itself wasn't as architecturally impressive, but the glass artwork inside was incredible. Glass art as always held my curiousity moslty because I admire its rigorous process which I still don't fully understand. This is a museum ...

Warning: Partying with Danes may lead to . . .

A travel blog entry by timgillibrand on Aug 19, 2010

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... house has been my saving grace several times so far. Picture this. Hot dog in hand, I stumble (gracefully) up the "stairs of death" to my place of residence. The doors in this building are difficult to open at times, especially with a hot dog occupying one hand. I insert the key. It turns, but is not working properly. I turn harder. And harder. This ensues for about 10 minutes. After much effort, ...

Goodbye to John & Susie

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 16, 2010

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... populated, there are communities and houses everywhere.

Once back on the boat, we were surprised by a knock around 17:30 – it was a policeman, who very politely asked to see our passports and wher e we’d come from and our plans. This was a first and only remarkable because just an hour earlier, that had been one of our topics of conversation – spooky or what!

One final point, Elaine who had been with us earlier this trip, ...