This holiday home is situated in Brunsnæs near Broager, not far from Gråsten, Flensborg and Sønderborg. The house lies on an enclosed lot, ideal for small children. Only 100 meters to the beach.
Broager lies on a peninsula, surrounded by the Gendarme Path with a beautiful view of Flensburg Fjord. On the east side of the peninsula lies Stensigmose cliff, which is known for its fossils.
The majestic spires on Broager Church towers high above the roofs of the town and therefore used to be a seamark. The whitewashed church was built with large, medieval bricks in the 1200s with a Roman apse, chancel and nave. It was expanded in the 1400s with the Late Gothic sacristy, the arched transept chapels and the twin towers. The church is known for its adornment with frescos and has Denmark’s largest belfry.
Experience the restored brickworks at Cathrinesminde Brickwork Museum. This totally restored brickwork dates from 1732, operated until 1969, and is now a museum, located beautifully at Flensburg Fjord. Follow the Teglværks path along the water and see the cultural traces after no fewer than eight tile works.
Gråsten is an active city with approx. 4,200 citizens and a variety of stores and shops in the city center and the Ulsnæs Center.
Gråsten Forests offer many lovely nature experiences, whether you are by foot, by bike or by horseback. You will find many deep melt water valleys from the Ice Age and differences in level of up to 45 m. A map over the forests can be obtained at the tourist office.
Legend has it that the pirate Alf, who lived in Gråsten Forests, was at work throughout the region – especially around Flensburg Fjord. Take your children on a pirate Alf tour past Alf’s Spring to Alf’s Cave and get to know the legend.
The royal family uses Gråsten Castle as a summer residence every year.
There is always a parade and a changing of the guard when the royal family is visiting the palace. Each day at 11.30, accompanied by flutes and drums, the regiment departs from the Yellow Mansion and marches through Gråsten to the palace, where the changing of the guard is at 12 o’clock. , during the stay of HRH Queen Margrethe II, you can enjoy a small concert in the palace yard after the changing of the guard.
Visit the old towns of Sønderborg, Gråsten and Aabenraa with their castles, museums and shopping streets, or take your family to the fun fair Danfoss Universe.
Cleaning by Departure
You can either do the cleaning by departure yourself or order a cleaning for the price of:
Electricity Costs 0,49 EUR/kwh
Water Costs free
From the holiday home it is about 10 kilometers to our service center in Gråsten. You can find the opening hours on the internet:
Northhouse Holiday Homes
DK- 6300 Gråsten