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Volunteer, intern, digital nomad, working holiday in Denmark?

Location: Hovedgård, Denmark
Our Bed & Breakfast is situated in an old deanery (approx. 160 years old) in a small village.

I am 59 years old, I live in an apartment at the B&B. My son who is 34 years old also lives at the B&B in one of the apartments.

We are also using the house for other business-related activities, besides the B&B.
We run some online activities from here and have clients for psychotherapy and courses for private, companies and government. WorkAways have nothing to do with these jobs.

International travelers, volunteers, workaways, digital nomads, interns, trainees, etc. spending time at our B&B on a work and travel program (Working Holiday) will find a beautiful, peaceful, relaxing place to find yourself. Experiencing the local area or go together with bus or train to nearby interesting cities, Horsens, Skanderborg, Aarhus, Aalborg, Odense, Vejle, Fredericia, Silkeborg, Billund, Copenhagen, Hamburg, etc.

Working and interacting with Danes allows international travelers to not only build personal relationships but also to learn about Danish culture from a local perspective.

In the B&B we have a lot of international customers, mainly from Europe, where the possibility of meeting new people also occur.

Help us understand your culture with your insight from growing up there, so we better can understand your country.

At our Bed & Breakfast, we need help with cleaning, gardening, general maintenance and renovation/building of smaller projects.

Why we need your help?
There is always enough to do when you have a big garden and a big house, and we think it’s a great way to get some help and meet other cultures, in exchange of food, lodging, and insight into the Danish culture.

5 Hours a day, two days off.
We can easily arrange to get you more connected days off if you need it.

We will provide a 15 square meters private room, with private entrance. It is fully furnished, double bed, tv, etc. There is unlimited internet, fiber 250/250 shared with guests. Toilet, bath, kitchen, washing machine, dryer, etc. are all free to use.

Food is provided for the whole stay.
In the summer you are free to stay in a caravan or in a tent.

What else:
There is 3 km to the nearest bus, from here you can go to Horsens or Aarhus. From Aarhus/Horsens/Skanderborg there are trains to the rest of Denmark. When we have the time we will gladly drive you to the bus or even the train.

In Denmark, we have something called Flextaxa, it’s a very cheap way (Bus prices) It will pick you up here and transport you to Horsens or Skanderborg train station.

What to see and do:
By trains, bus, local tramp /Flixbus, and local buses) you can easily visit some bigger cities. Such as Horsens, Skanderborg, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Grenaa, Vejle, Fredericia, Silkeborg, Copenhagen, Hamburg, etc.

There is a lot of smaller sights nearby, the area is very good for cycling, walking, etc.
We can provide a cycle free to use.

In Aarhus, Horsens, and Skanderborg there are rich possibilities to see a lot of Danish & international culture, meet young and old, go out, take a course, etc.

You will be living in a very relaxing and calm side of Denmark ( Søhjlandet/The Lake-highland), but still very close to a lot of interesting sites and places, like Aarhus 32 km (next biggest city in DK), Horsens 15 km, Skanderborg 15 km.

Check out this link for more idea’s: https://provstegaarden.com/surroundings

Because of the Danish law, all WorkAways outside the EU have to follow some laws when they apply for a Working Holiday Visa. European citizens no restriction. If you arrive here on a Working Holiday Visa it is normally granted for a year. How much you are allowed to work during that year differs from country to country, see the links below.

Official links about visa, traveling and working in Denmark:

How do you plan to get here?

If you fly to Copenhagen you can get here by bus or train (To Horsens)
If you fly to Hamburg you can get here by bus or train (To Horsens)
If you fly to Billund we will come to pick you there
If you fly to Aalborg you can get here by bus or train (To Skanderborg)
If you fly to Aarhus you can get here by bus or train (To Skanderborg)

If you come from Copenhagen, south & east Denmark take the train/bus to Horsens.
If you come from the northern part of Denmark take the train/bus to Skanderborg.
If you come from west Denmark both Horsens & Skanderborg work out, check your options.

No matter what you choose we will come to pick you up at the above stations.
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