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Recent Europe reviews

  • As described property, very hospitality owner.

    "Property is as described. Very convenient location. Owner is excellent even by mid western (US) standard."
    Guest: Tom Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • A wonderful depiction of Irish country cottage, my home away from home.

    "We arrived in the early morning hours, pleasantly surprised with the owner's earlier email, letting us know we had his permission to check in before the usual afternoon hour posted on-line. So,we were impressed already,as this was certainly a kind gesture after our long flight to get there! We were very grateful for this allowance, as it enabled us to rest a bit and freshen up before we set out to explore the area. The directions to the Cottage were accurate and easy to follow.Even though it was dark outside when we landed at the Shannon airport and we were driving on the opposite side of the long,curving roads, it was only about a half hour's journey to the property's front door. Very convenient. Tom quickly filled us in on the history of the cottage - when it was purchased - who was born there - while we walked through each of the rooms and admired all of the little touches that welcomed us in for our vacation. It made us feel at home, listening to how happy the cottage was, as well as the family living there. We could almost hear the laughter of children and the music of the concertina being played in the cozy rooms we stood in. The cottage was SPOTLESS and had ALL the comforts of home. It was warm and welcoming, with three bedrooms to pick from. Outside, the yard was a gorgeous landscape of well- manicured lawns and arbors, with gardens still full of flowers, already long gone for the season, back home in America. Roses bloomed against well-kept sheds and in the front garden. There were other flowers that I could not name, tucked into fences or running along the ground beside the cottage. Cooga Cottage was central to everywhere we had planned to go, so it was a perfect place for these two travelers to vacation in. It was an easy walk into the village, where there were pubs, shops, friendly people, a market, gas station and historical graveyard. It was also close to highways that brought us to Limerick, Bunratty Castle, Dublin, and The Village Of Adare, to name a few. I would recommend the cottage to anyone who wants a taste and feel of home while in another country. It kept us grounded and made us feel happy and content when we got up and had our breakfast with coffee, or home for dinner and a look through the many pictures we had taken while out for the day. I will definitely make my way back to Ireland and the cottage that was such a big part of my trip to that countryside."
    Guest: Theresa S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 4, 2014
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Denmark Travel Tips

Visitors to Denmark Vacation Rentals

Like most other European countries, Denmark has a rich cultural and historical heritage. The cities are adorned with varying architectural styles of the centuries. Cathedrals and city squares are standard features in most Danish cities. People who enjoy exploring museums, palaces and ancient cathedrals will really enjoy visiting Denmark. It is also a destination that has numerous outdoor sports on offer. If you are more adventurous, you will find many activities to keep you entertained. Denmark is a great destination for families. There are several amusement parks and landmark attractions that are designed specifically to entertain the younger generation.

Seasons to Stay at Denmark Lodging

Many of Denmark's cultural attractions stay open throughout the year although the peak travel season is during the warmer summer months. The summer season starts in May and temperatures generally stay warm until early September. The warmest months are June and July, and these are also usually the busiest months in terms of visitors. Another popular time of year to visit is during December when Copenhagen and other cities are alight with festive Christmas cheer. Colorful lights adorn the streets and the Christmas markets are great places to go shopping.

Denmark Travel Attractions and Activities

On the cultural side, Denmark has a rich Viking Heritage. At Alborg, you can visit the ancient Viking burial site. The town also has a magnificent castle, monastery and beautiful cathedral. The Viking Ship Museum can be found in Roskilde which is just a short drive from Copenhagen. Here, you can see the remains of five authentic Viking ships that were recovered from the Copenhagen harbor. There are also interesting exhibits about tales of the Vikings and their exploits.

If palaces and castles are what you want to see, you will find many of them in Denmark. In the center of Copenhagen is the Amalienborg Palace which is the winter residence of the royal family. Each day at noon you can witness the changing of the royal guards. The royal summer palace is Marelisborg Palace which is located at the seaside town of Arhus. When the Queen is not in residence, the grounds are open for visitors to tour. When in Arhus, another must-see is the Arhus Theater which puts on performances throughout the summer season. Another famous castle is the Kronborg Castle which is referenced in Shakespeare's story of Hamlet.

Denmark is a destination that inspires imagination. In the Copenhagen harbor is the statue of the Little Mermaid from the stories of Hans Christian Andersen. This famous children's author was born in Odensee. Here, you can visit his childhood home which has been turned into a museum.

Traveling to Denmark

Denmark is the southernmost of the Scandanavian countries, located in the northern part of Europe. The country is made up of a large peninsula that juts out into the North Sea among a number of smaller islands. The capital city is Copenhagen and the country's main international airport is located just five miles southeast of the city. Copenhagen has good air links with most major cities within Europe. Direct flights also operate from several of the major eastern cities in the U.S., such as New York City and Washington DC. Denmark is also easily accessible by road and rail from mainland Europe. The nearest major European city is Hamburg in Germany. There are intercity trains and major highways linking the two countries. Denmark also has a suspension bridge with a road link to the southern part of Sweden. Once in Denmark, it is quite easy to navigate your way around. There are efficient public transport systems which negate the need to hire a car. However, if you prefer to have your independence then car hire is available in most major cities.

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