Danhostel Fjaltring is the smallest hostel in Denmark, built in 2000 using sound natural materials. It was built on the initiative of the residents and is the only one in the country operated by a Society Executive Committee and a host of volunteers.
We have 11 cosy rooms, plus a TV room, free Wi-Fi and parking, laundry facilities, a playground and a barbecue area. Guests can fish, swim or kayak in the North Sea just 700 m from our hostel. There are many cycle routes close to the hostel. The bus stop is just a stone's throw away and the nearest station is only 6 km. There is no shop at the hostel, but the local grocer is right next door.
The hostel is located on the outskirts of Fjaltring, facing open fields, with an extensive view of the North Sea. Here the coastline is different from the rest of the west coast because there is fertile agricultural land right to the water’s edge. There are also stretches of sand dunes within walking distance of the hostel. The landscape has been influenced by the North Sea and the west wind, as well as by the fact it lies on the 16,000-year-old ice front line. Just here, the landscape changes from flat plains to hilly moraines.
Bovbjerg lies six km to the north, while just 10 km to the south is the exciting fishing town of Thorsminde. The charming town of Lemvig by the Limfjord is 17 km away, and many Danes are familiar with this area because of the comic strip, “Life in Lidenlund” (“Livets gang i Lidenlund).
The beach opposite Danhostel Fjaltring is the most popular on this stretch of the west coast because of its child-friendly bathing conditions. Fjaltring is known for its many cultural activities. There are, among other things, fine art exhibitions, concerts and lectures at Tuskær Cultural Centre all year. There are also regular exhibitions at Galleri Tukak, plus a regular variety of events at Fjaltring Friskole.
Come stay at our cosy hostel and experience West Coast hospitality.