Hotel The Monica: Flowers and Line-Dried Linens on an Island in Denmark

This spring’s winner for Concealed Gem, Lodgings Edition: The Monica in the city of Ærøskøbing on the Danish island of Ærø. The three-room guest house is the get the job done of Monica Conradsen, who serves breakfast, lunch, and supper in the kitchen area, hangs mattress linens to dry in the herb garden, and operates a perfectly-appointed store following door. Join us for a search.

Photography by using The Monica.

the hotel is situated on a cobblestone street in Ærøskøbing. nex 9
Earlier mentioned: The hotel is positioned on a cobblestone avenue in Ærøskøbing. Subsequent door is the hotel shop, housed in a previous butcher store. Monica had the primary iron window restored and stocks the store with well-built ceramics, textiles, and essentials (like Mason Pearson hairbrushes) she sources herself.

the hotel
Higher than: The hotel’s cheerful entrance door.
Hotel The Monica Flowers and LineDried Linens on an Island in Denmark portrait 7 11
Earlier mentioned: The entry.
breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tea are prepared by monica and served in the open 12
Earlier mentioned: Breakfast, lunch, evening meal, and tea are geared up by Monica and served in the open kitchen (or, if you like, in the backyard garden).
monica sets the table with each guest in mind,
Over: Monica sets the table with every visitor in thoughts, “with evident attention to element and promising small surprises,” in accordance to the resort site.
colorful built ins, a long communal table, and an ad hoc chandelier. 14
Previously mentioned: Vibrant built-ins, a extensive communal table, and an ad-hoc chandelier.
in another corner: a wood fire. 15
Above: In one more corner: a wood fire.
the communal sitting area. 16
Higher than: The communal sitting down area.
one of three guest rooms, painted a sunny yellow. 17
Above: A person of 3 guest rooms, painted a sunny yellow.
guest room \1 is fitted with collected furnishings and bed linens by geismars,  18
Above: Guest Area 1 is equipped with gathered furnishings and mattress linens by Geismars, launched in 1866.
guest room \2. monica arranges each of the three guest rooms with fresh flowers 19
Over: Guest Home 2. Monica arranges every single of the a few guest rooms with fresh new flowers, art, and “a selection of literature” for company.
beds are made up the scandi way. 20
Earlier mentioned: Beds are built up the Scandi way.

a tabletop vignette. 21
Previously mentioned: A tabletop vignette.
the entryway is stocked with wellington boots for use on rainy days. 22
Higher than: The entryway is stocked with Wellington boots for use on wet days.
the terrace, with potted garden. 23
Higher than: The terrace, with potted yard.
and out to the herb garden. 24
Previously mentioned: And out to the herb backyard garden.
the third guest room has views of—and direct access to—the garden. 25
Earlier mentioned: The 3rd visitor area has sights of—and direct access to—the yard.
monica and her small team wash all of the linens in a sunny yellow laundry room 26
Previously mentioned: Monica and her smaller group clean all of the linens in a sunny yellow laundry room and cling them to dry in the garden—no chemical compounds or perfumes, they say, just fresh air.

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