Getting to the house

Sydhavshuset is on a corner plot and although the official address is "Havrevej", the driveway is actually on the other side, on "Sortevej" as per the arrow on the picture.

Photo showing where the driveway of 'Sydhavshuset' is
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Bicycles can be rented in Gedser and in Marielyst for one or more days. Gedser is closer, but the Marielyst bike rental will deliver the bicycles to the house if you want.


The nearest petrol/gas station is 'OK' in Gedser next to the local co-op (Brugsen) at E. Schiødtsgade 2, 4874 Gedser. It is open all day. Like many Danish petrol/gas stations you prepay with a credit card.

Electric Vehicle

Sydhavshuset has its own EV charger. Depending on your car, you may be able to charge at up to 11 kW, so even the largest of EV batteries can be fully charged in one night.

Public Transport

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Bus no. 740 which runs between Nykøbing Falster and Gedser stops at "Gedser Landevej" just outside Gedesby. In the last couple of years there has been a free bus runing for part of the summer holidays, You may want to search the internet for "Guldborgsund sommerbus" for details.


The nearest active train station is in Nykøbing Falster. From here you can catch a direct train to Copenhagen.


Gedser - Rostock

In Gedser you can catch the Gedser - Rostock ferry. Gedser is only a few minutes from the house. After a two hour ferry trip you are 15 minutters by car from the centre of Rostock, a city of more than 200,000 people.

Rødby - Puttgarden

Rødby is less than an hour away and the ferry takes 45 minutes. Puttgarden is on a small island named Fehmarn. Although very picturesque, your main reason to go here is probably if you want to go to Hamburg.


The nearest international airport is Copenhagen airport, 150 km and 1 hour 40 minutes away by car.