Rubinsø woodland homes A peaceful idyll deep in the forest These attractive holiday homes are situated in a large natural woodland beside the Rubinsø, an attractive forest lake. The houses themselves are light and tastefully decorated with modern, Scandinavian-designed furniture. They contain all that is needed for the perfect holiday, including a large, cosy living room combined with kitchen and dining room, where large partitioned windows allow you to enjoy the beautiful countryside all year round. Surrounding the holiday homes is the forest of Hasle Lystskov, which is home to a rich variety of bird life and a wealth of walking trails. For those interested in fishing, the Rubinsø is something of a goldmine for pike. The lake's stock is large, and so are the fish. Just a few minutes' walk from the holiday homes can be found a sandy, child-friendly beach complete with dunes and excellent opportunities for bathing. From here, you can experience the most fantastic sunsets over the Baltic Sea. Enjoy Hasle's unspoilt beauty The nearby town of Hasle is a charming old fishing settlement located on sloping land that rises up from the cosy harbour. The town is especially famous for its traditional herring-smoking plant, 'Hasle Silderøgeri' which functions as a working museum. Here, fish are smoked in the traditional method in open chimneys, meaning you can enjoy a meal of warm, freshly smoked herring while enjoying the most beautiful of sea views. Also in Hasle, you can visit Grønbechs Gård, a former merchant's house that is now home to the island's largest collection of art and crafts, as well as a working glass workshop. Both Hasle and Rønne, which is situated just 10 minutes' drive from the Rubinsø woodland homes, offer good shopping opportunities and numerous restaurants, cafes, galleries and museums. Bornholm: an abundance of experiences Many of Bornholm's magnificent attractions and natural sights can be found just a short distance from the Rubinsø woodland homes. Attractions include the 162-metre high 'Rytterknægten', the island's highest point topped by a tower in the attractive Almindingen forest. Lovers of nature cannot fail to be impressed by Bornholm's deep woodland lakes, large crevices and fantastic areas of natural beauty such as the 'Hammerknuden' to the north of the island, with its beautiful rocky coastline, waterfalls and rock caves. Further sights include Hammershus, the largest ruined castle in Northern Europe, the 'Helligdomsklipperne' (holy rocks) close to the town of Gudhjem, the 'Paradise Hills', home to the famous 'rocking stone' and round churches, and the small group of islands known as the Ertholms (with Christiansø as the most famous). In addition, Bornholm boasts many attractive bathing beaches, and, not least, famous man-made attractions such as the Bornholm Art Museum, the Joboland Amusement Park and Bornholm's Summer Bird Park and Tropical Land The island's long list of attractions means that one thing is certain - Bornholm has something for everyone.