Hvide Hus Hotel

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

Irene Wong

A travel blog entry by aspenchi on Aug 25, 2015

25 photos

... the size of mine. And she is a great chef. I made breakfast once or twice, but I always woke up before her. I got very lost one day and walking around the outside Aarhus one morning and then I couldn’t get ahold of her it was interesting. Haha we ended up finding each other and enjoying some bubble tea (without tapioca). Aarhus went by very fast with some amazing company and amazing food. ...

One doesn't know!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Sep 06, 2013

4 comments, 4 photos

I am so bleedin' excited! You have no idea.

I have been smiling for this reason for the past 3 days.

But to give you a legit reason on why I am like this, I am going back to January.

New Years Day to be precise.

Dad’s colleague from Denmark had come to study in Australia for 4 months. That was too long for him to be away from his family…so he brought them too!

Now, I met them on New Year’s Day.

Henriette was 16, and Jakob was ...

Scandinavian Travels + Germany Part 4 Nor/Den

A travel blog entry by beverlystravels on Sep 02, 2012

65 photos

... waited to board the ship. The upside was happening upon the Thon Hotel (we had stayed at one in Oslo), and told the clerk our plight. Ingrid allowed us to store our luggage and return later to use the lounge, the computer and free coffee until time to go to the dock after midnight. We felt ...

Chairs, Sea, Glass, and Cobblestones (Ebeltoft)

A travel blog entry by pacislander90 on Feb 04, 2011

3 comments, 8 photos

... the work can have enormous consequence.

Although this town was very quaint and offered a good postcard shot, there wasn't much to do. We did a sketching exercise at the old village church which wasn't anything special other than some creepy paintings of Jesus. However, it was interesting to see that they depicted his birth in a nordic chalet and the three wise men looked like characters from Viking Quest.

The hostel we stayed at ...

German Invasion and the Aarhus Festival

A travel blog entry by timgillibrand on Sep 08, 2010

3 comments, 5 photos

... is more astonishing is that all kinds of people gather - children, youths, seniors etc - and there seem to be no signs of trouble. Even though drinking is in great abundance and without any real controls, people are peaceful and really seem to respect their city. I think Canada could learn a lot from Denmark, but I think that the calm mentality of the people makes it easier to allow such freedom. Something to think about anyway.