"The feeling of peace and presence that we felt the first time we set foot in North Jutland, we knew from the first moment that we wanted to share. Therefore, it is a huge dream come true that we have now created the framework for a nature experience through Glamping, which settles in our guests, as noticeable memories."

The owners, Lisanne and Karina
Glamping Skovgaardsminde


...and our little dog is called Uffe.
We are a couple in our 30s. Lisanne (left) was born in the Netherlands and moved to Denmark at the age of 9 and grew up south of Aalborg in Mejlby.
Karina (right) was born and raised in Viborg.
We have both traveled a lot. Lisanne has studied and worked in the USA and China. Karina has studied at a folk high school abroad and otherwise sought the backpacking adventure several times. We both have many years of work experience from the service industry and are both educated in tourism.

We got to know each other when we started working in the same restaurant in Copenhagen and after our first 5 years together in the big city ,the calm and nature of Jutland started to draw us in.


In the spring of 2020, we pulled up our tent pegs and moved to North Jutland, with a business idea to try out. 3 months later, the first bookings started rolling in at Glamping Skovgaardsminde - and they have been doing so ever since.

We are incredibly grateful to host your Glamping experience and we look forward to welcoming you. 


Glamping has become a term that is widely used to describe all kinds of different types of overnight stays in nature.

If you ask us, we hold on to the traditional origins of the word Glamping, which is a contraction of "Glamorous Camping" or as it sounds in Danish "Glamourøs Camping". It is a large tent with hotel-like facilities. Here, guests do not have to pitch the tent themselves or bring either sleeping gear or things to cook. We have taken the liberty to upgrade a little.

Glamping has been a well-known form of vacation abroad for many years and in 2020 Glamping really flared up in Denmark. The Danes' growing interest in getting out and using nature during the Corona lockdowns, made Glamping a popular activity.

We believe that Glamping has come to Denmark to stay and we are pleased that every year we get more and more glamping colleagues, as it brings greater attention to our beautiful nature, it creates more varied experiences and creates space for even more people to have nature holidays in their own country.

It's good for the climate and good for your conscience.


In February 2020, we took the plunge and moved from a 70m2. apartment in Copenhagen to a four-long farm in North Jutland. 

We fell in love with North Jutland when we had a 2 week road trip in 2019. The nature, especially here on the east coast, appealed to us with the many beautiful sandy beaches and the calm bathing water.

Skovgaardsminde is a cozy country house from 1867. We fell in love with the farm's charm with its yellow walls and blue windows. And then we fell in love with the area. Here we have the forest in the backyard and the beach is only a short bike ride away.


We thrive with plenty of space to live our dreams. Glamping is just the first step.

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