Lidia and Niels, are the most professional hosts I ever had. Actually, they are more than professionals, they are DIPLOMATS. They understand that when you are on vacation, you need to feel like you have "a HOME AWAY FROM HOME!
They are the NICEST, the CLEANEST, and the quality and standards of their rooms and the treatment is not to be found on any hotel, because when you are there, you have the feeling you are visiting your best relatives. Yet, if the COUNTRY HOUSE, were a hotel, it would be a FIVE STARS HOTEL!
We were in a beautiful area, so green that one would compare it with the most beautiful sites in Ireland, with even a couple of small hills, on the way which is quite unusual for Denmark.
In front of the COUNTRY HOUSE, there is a beautiful goat farm. Not mentioning that the goats welcome you in the morning (between 6 and 8 am), with the friendliest expressions ever. And that is the same thing about Lidia and Niels'cat. She is the sweetest girl ever, as polite as her owners.
Well, I have been all over the CIVILIZED WORLD, and I would recommend this place to VINCENT VAN GOGH fans, to Picasso's alike, depending on your personal talents, one can have inspiration for a thousand years. If you are a SHAKESPEAR reader, or a Jane Austen fan, were nature and romance, makes the landscape more "fully and wittily weighted", so romantic and ydillic, as in the movie UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN, you will see that here in Tommerup, you will be part of a real adventure. You can make it as cheap or expensive as you want. You can visit Odense and make it fairy tale-like, you can go to Nyborg and make it paradisiac, you can to Kerteminde and enjoy the beauty of Johannes Larsen paintings, Munkebo, and the evironmental island of Stige Ø....Faaborg, and so much more to see, that you will wonder if it makes sense to go to Copenhagen or to Paris. If your interest is HISTORY, remember FYN is where Danish civilization got the first taste of sophistication, Odense had the first Marketing Place (the ruines are still there) and unfortunately, the man who conquered England and lost it, also lost his life in Odense: Knut the Great, died and was buried here, a couple of minutes of Tommerup, and got his own church.
Well, I have to stop writing, so I have made a movie for you to have a glimpse of Lidia and Niels here: (URL HIDDEN)
I will also write more about Lidia and Niels on trip advisor, so keep an eye on the COUNTRY HOUSE of Lidia and Niels in Tommerup and let me know if you are there. Enjoy it!