Discover Nature On Your Doorstep
While some people enjoy peaceful tranquility, others seek out adventure. Lolland has all of this and more, whether you are a foodie, artist, adventurer or nature lover.
Thrill seekers and outdoor types can enjoy fishing, cycling or walking along the beach. Within the beautiful nature reserves of Nakskov Fjord and Maribo Lakes, you will find more wild adventure than in any H.C. Andersen novel. Step out of your comfort zone and explore the Lolland wilderness with The Glass Huts as your base.
You can also take your very on safari on foot or by bike in Merritskov, for a unique forest experience. If you are lucky, you may spot wild boar, deer and other native Danish wildlife.
Experience Local Culture
Just 5km from The Glass Huts is the fascinating Dodekalitten, an art installation at Glentehøj (Kragenæs) with beautiful views of the Småland Sea. The sculpture is Denmark’s very own Stonehenge and a stunning Lolland landmark.
While you’re here, take a coastal walk and admire the sweeping landscapes and views across the water.
They say food is one of life’s greatest joys, and in Lolland you’ll discover unique flavours and fresh local delicacies grown around the island, so you can experience true farm to table dining.
Although The Glass Hut is hidden away in the wilderness, just a 10 min. drive away you’ll find the Green World, which is home to Spiseriet restaurant, a locally run farm shop and kitchen which has been developed into an interactive community garden.
Check out Visit Lolland-Falster’s website for further inspiration on unique eateries in the area.
We recommend checking the opening hours and booking a table well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Get Lost In Nature
You can even get up close and personal with wild horses and migratory birds of prey on the spectacular nature reserve of Saksfjed-Hyllekrog.
Art & Design
Within walking distance of The Glass Hut, you’ll discover some of Lolland’s best art and culture, such as the Lola Exhibition at the Stiftsmuseets which interprets unknown aspects of human life in the Stone Age. Also nearby, you can visit Richard Winther’s House, to admire more than fifty detailed murals and ceiling paintings.