“To-høj-gaard” means “Two-Mounds-Farm,” and is named for two Bronze Age mounds – passage graves – lying 150m to the southwest. Though one is almost long gone, plowed away by the farmers, the remaining, 25x3m stands quite well preserved and now protected.
The view from the top is amazing – you can walk up there.
Originally there have been at least 10 burial mounds in the area. So we know that people have lived here for more than 3,500 years – they probably have enjoyed the spectacular view just as long.
Read more here – a Danish site about burial mounds and barrows
Tohøjgaard was built in 1872, and was a working farm until just a few years ago. Today, the grain lofts and milking rooms have been carefully converted to guest rooms, baths, lounge and dining room.
Christine, your innkeeper
After living in the vibrant Copenhagen for many years, busy with carrier and city life, I decided now must be the time to realize my dream.
So I bought and moved to Tohøjgaard in 2007. Immediately, I was captivated by the harmony of the silence and the ever-changing ocean.
I began creating a seaside bed & breakfast where couples, families and groups of friends could enjoy a bit of “Life. Unplugged” themselves.
At Tohøjgaard you will find this place to recharge and relax with the kids and each other, close to beach and forest and far from the noise and stress of everyday life.
Now I use my creativity and enterprise to decorate
-with flea market finds and small details,
- with cozy corners and experiences in the garden
- with good food for you, my guests.
I look forward to welcoming you.