The Rebellious Trip Advisor for Aeroe
So, you’ve decided to get married on Aeroe, the Las Vegas of Europe without the plastic. Now let me give you some advice: don’t rush off when you get there. Enjoy the romantic city of Aeroeskobing and let the Danish Caribbean take your breath away. Make it your honeymoon location – no need to fly to the Seychelles! Here are Rebellious Bride’s recommendations on where to stay in the capital of THE wedding island.
1. På Torvet, owned by the lovely Gunnar and Lili
At På Torvet, right in the town square of Aeroeskobing, you will be at the heart of doing everything very Danishly. In the self catering holiday apartments you have everything you could possibly need. If you are lucky enough, you may even get to enjoy some live music in the cafe downstairs.
Gunnar Schmidt Hansen, an AC/DC fan, was Rebellious Bride’s host.
At this patrician house and gorgeous garden with huge trees, you feel as though you are in England, but without any of the hassle! Susanna Greve is the No 1 English Lady of Denmark if you ask me. She makes you feel at home as soon as you walk through the door. It is not a surprise Susanna’s place is also the winner of Trip Advisor’s Traveler’s Choice 2016.
Susanna Greve and Rebellious Bride met over the most perfect bottle of wine.
Susanna’s Pension Vestergade No 44 has an artistic but warm feel.
3. Andelen Guesthouse, owned by the very charming Adam and Anne
Andelen Guesthouse is the Tuscany of Scandinavia. Just look at the views! The historic house has been lovingly restored by Adam Hobbs, also from Britain and by Anne, from Denmark. Andelen also plays home to a tiny cinema run entirely by local volunteers: http://www.bio-andelen.dk
Fun and laughter at Adam‘s place. Andelen Guesthouse also plays host to the annual Aeroe Jazz Festival.
For more on the choice of accommodation on Aeroe, go to: visitaeroe.dk. Read also parts one and two of Rebellious Bride’s series of blog posts from the wedding island: From the Danish Caribbean with Love and Danish Island Weddings – fairytales for 150 nationalities.