The cost of using electricity is charged separately. These costs are calculated on the basis of actual consumption during your stay. Remember to read and note the meter numbers on the consumption form provided, both when you arrive and depart. At the end of your stay you should pay for your consumption at the information desk in Danish Kroner - be aware that if you leave outside of the information desk’s opening hours, electricity must be paid for in cash.
The rates for use of utilities are effective from 1 November 2016: Electricity DKK 2.75 per kWh (approximately € 0.37/kWh). Prices are subject to change. For example: for a weekly stay for four people this is € 90 for normal use on average.
Denmark has its own currency
We would like to remind you that Denmark has its own currency and that you cannot pay in euros. You can usually pay with Maestro, including at most cash registers in our parks. No giro card.