I booked a B&B for the two nights of our 3-day trip to Møn Island, where we went to see the white cliffs and the beautiful churches, among others. The month of May marks the end of the low season; the number of visitors starts to increase, and the accommodations are quickly fully booked. That being said, we found a nice little spot: Karin and Erik’s Fuglehavegård Bed & Breakfast. This lovely B&B is located near the town of Hårbølle, in the southwest of the island, a few kilometres from the gorgeous Fanefjord Church. It’s at the opposite of the cliffs (Møns Klint) but they are only 30 minutes drive from the B&B. The advantage of staying there is to take the opportunity of discovering the western side of the island.
The B&B is charming, decorated with vintage items and furniture. The accommodation includes a bedroom, a small kitchen, a bathroom, a living room with a sofa-bed for extra-bedding, and an access to the patio. Through the bedroom windows, we can see the henhouse, and behind an endless pasture. When the sun sets, it gives a beautiful golden colour to the place and a peaceful atmosphere. The little neighbours are rather quiet, despite a flighty rooster flirting with the chicks, and showing off to impress them. We said that he would have deserved his own hashtag #chickstoo. The ladies, as for them, are busy with supplying the B&B’s breakfast with fresh eggs. We couldn’t try it as our hosts were out during our stay, but it has good reputation according to the guest book.
Fuglehavegård Bed & Breakfast
Karin, the lady of the house, speaks English.