This shelter site offers firewood service, click here to read more. Please note that you must book at least 2 days before arrival, if you wish to use firewood service.

Horslunde shelter and tent site
In the lively village called Horslunde, you’ll find this cozy shelter and tent site behind the old community house called Saften. Horslunde is known for being a pioneer town in green energy and sustainability. There is a campfire site available, and guests have access to indoors toilet and shower facilities at Saften. The village has its own bakery, and there is a Dagli’ Brugsen at the other end of the village if you need to shop.

Have some fresh Danishes for breakfast! The local bakery, Horslunde Bageri & café (Make sure to check opening hours!), is located a few hundred meters from the site. If you’re not tempted by the scent of freshly baked goods, then you can also visit the local Horslunde Pizzahouse. Public transport is available; der busses towards Nakskov and Kragenæs depart directly from Saften, also known as Horslunde Busterminal. Visit Rejseplanen for schedule.

  • Number of shelters: 1
  • Persons per shelter: 5
  • Tent site: Yes, please book in the menu. 
  • Prices: 35 DKK per person in tent, 50 DKK per person in shelter.
  • Drinking water: Yes, available in the bathroom. 
  • Toilet: Yes, you get a key to access the main house’s toilet. 
  • Campfire: Yes, with benches. 
  • Charging: Yes, you can charge your smartphone and similar gadgets indoors.
  • Information: Follow the local Facebook page or check the city’s website
  • Caretaker: See email receipt.
  • Services: Access to a warm shower is included in the price. Soon you’ll be able to charge electrical cars and bicycles.  
  • Parking: You can use the parking lot attached to the culture house in front of the shelter site. 

When you arrive at Saften, you access the shelter  site by entering the garden and turning right between two small buildings. View the map here.

Would you like to sleep in shelter? Book by clicking here: The “Saften” shelter. Saft is the Danish word for juice, and it is named as such because historically, the farmers would transport there sugar beets here, have them turned into juice, and then the juice would go to the sugar factory in Nakskov, where it became real sugar. The building is now owned by Reel; read more about their sustainability work here.

Would you like to sleep in a tent? Then click here and book your tent site.

If everything is fully booked at Horslunde shelter site, then we recommend the shelters at Utterslev and Sandby There are several commercial accommodation options in the area, such as Pederstrup B&B, Sejerlund B&BOnsevig B&B and the camp sites Kragenæs Marina Lystcamp and Onsevig Camping.

Click here to read the shelter and tent site rules or click here to read the FAQ if you have general questions about the website and booking.