The train journey from Hamburg to Aarhus, in Denmark, is long. The scenery does not change much and neither does the weather: when I arrive, it is still raining. This is why instead of walking, I am happy to hop on a taxi, and whizz myself to Villa Provence. After the ten-minute taxi ride (the […]
As much as i love big cities,we all know it’s the little towns that count..especiallyin europe. when i was younger and came with my familymy mom was always so good at finding charming littleeuropean towns and those are some of my favorite memories.so no wonder i like to seek out these places now on this adventure. […]
A little piece of Provence in Aarhus – a charming and elegant townhouse proudly run by an amiable couple. Enter through an archway into a lovely cobbled terrace garden. Individual bedrooms; some with antique four-posters. Comfy, traditional lounge full of books, cases of wine which guests can buy.
As the name suggests, this central boutique hotel takes its design cues from the owners’ love of southern France. Expect lashings of charm and character, a warm atmosphere, and elegant rooms set around a pretty courtyard garden. Style & character A total contrast to Scandi minimalism; this is the most charming and romantic hotel in […]
Increasing numbers of visitors have started succumbing to its charms. All 39 rooms and suites at this four-star hotel are individually decorated in Provençal style, and have charming details such as clawfoot tubs. The breakfast is excellent, and the cobbled courtyard has fountains and lime trees. Villa Provence is right in the city centre, a […]
Crowned the 2017 European Capital of Culture, Aarhus is emerging from Copenhagen’s shadow. Home to an array internationally renowned galleries – including the ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, inspired by Dante’s The Divine Comedy and shaped like a cube – this thriving university hub is also worth visiting for it’s historic architecture, picturesque canal and enchanting cobbled […]
Villa Provence’s married owners have styled their homey, 39-room inn — a two-story 1820 rowhouse within walking distance of the harbor — in homage to their favorite region of France,with four-poster beds, claw-foot tubs and decorative antique birdcages. At breakfast, guests gather in the whitewashed dining room for fresh-baked baguettes and croissants, cured meats and cheeses. […]