Situated by the North Sea, near fjords, lakes and dunes, this holiday home interacts with its natural environment and integrates qualities of simple living. In keeping with Nordic design traditions are its closeness to nature, its use of light, and its airy openness. The warm wood surfaces against clean white and sharp edges, combined with modern Danish furniture classics, create a calm and relaxed atmosphere that breaks the boundary between indoor and outdoor life. The house is made up of three parts: an annex building, a wooden terrace and the main building. Four bedrooms are located in the annex with direct access to the terrace. The main house features an additional bedroom as well as an open kitchen with a dining table and living area with a fireplace. The south-facing facade has a large folding door that opens the kitchen onto the 180 sq m terrace. The wooden deck is designed with several corners and spaces that offer shade, shelter or a place in the sun – be it spring, summer or fall.

What to do

Trekking in the national park Thy, long beach walks, mountain bike trips, bike riding, horseback riding, picking mushrooms in the forests, kitesurfing, Stand-up Paddling, windsurfing, kayaking, fishing trips on the ocean, golf, bathing in the ocean and local fresh water lakes, winter bathing in the ocean and the fjord with saunas on the beach, picking fresh oysters (in winter season), wellness, theme park (Jesperhus blomsterpark), Legoland, aquarium (Nordsø akvariet).

Why we like this house

Nature comes included. Here you can experience the elements with all your senses, thanks to the location and architecture. In summer, the large wooden terrace is transformed into an extra room beneath open skies.

This house is great for

aavego is suitable for couples as well as for large families.

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Søren Sarup (born 1975) lives in Aarhus and Agger. The independent Danish architect works professionally in the planning and design of all building types, from summerhouses to multi-story buildings.


Region/Town DK – Denmark, Agger
Name aavego
Scenery in a fishing village at the North Sea
Number of guests 2 - 8 people
Completed 2007 - 2008
Design Søren Sarup (architect), DK-Århus
Published zweikuesten.de 3/2019, BoBedre 8/2014
Architecture Modern
Accomodation House
Criteria 1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), 1-8 (house/apartment), Beach, Family, Garden, Sea
Same PartnerLight House

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  1. Wir hatten eine wunderschöne Zeit mit sonnigen Meerspaziergängen, wunderschönem Leuchtturm-Licht im Schlafzimmer und kuschlige Regentage in einem wunderschönen Haus.
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  2. Wir waren Mitte September mit unserem kleinen Sohn plus Großeltern in Agger und hatten eine wunderbare Zeit. Das Haus ist sehr gut ausgestattet und wunderschön. Wir haben uns sehr wohl gefühlt, gut erholt und können uns sehr gut vorstellen mal wiederzukommen. Auch die Betreuung der Vermieter ist sehr zuvorkommend. Also rundherum absolut empfehlenswert.
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  3. Wir waren im August 2020 in diesem schönen Ferienhaus. Alles ist Top-Standard und wirklich empfehlenswert. Wir werden wiederkommen
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  4. We spent a great and very sunny summer week at the house as two small families. We love the architecture, the house has all needed facilities. If you enjoy the beach, water, nature and some maritime history, this is the right place for you. 10/10 would recommend.
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  5. Dear Søren,
    We spent wonderful and relaxing days in your house in June. We really enjoyed the time in your light-flooded house. We liked house and terrace a lot and as we did not miss anything we can only recommend this house.
    Tina & Christian
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