You will find our accessible holiday centre at the tip of Djursland, surrounded by woods and beaches and with plenty of space for outdoor activities and rewarding nature pursuits. Our accessible holiday centre is packed with flexible solutions, daily living aids and space to enjoy a barrier-free holiday. The holiday centre is named after HM Queen Margrethe II, who has been the patron of The Danish Multiple Sclerosis Society since 1959.
Our board and staff
The Dronningens Ferieby accessible holiday centre is run by a foundation for which the board has overall responsibility. Our staff handle the centre’s day-to-day management and operations as well as tend the natural surroundings.
High season, weeks 26-32 (late-June to mid-August)
The holiday centre reception is open daily
9.00am – 5.00pm.
Low season, weeks 1-25 and 33-52 (rest of the year)
The holiday centre reception is open
Monday to Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm
and on public holidays, Saturday and Sunday as necessary.
Staying with us is safe
We look forward to welcoming you to a safe stay at Dronningens Ferieby. Before your arrival, we will send you the code to your chalet so you can check in safely – and you check out in the same way after your holiday. Smart, isn’t it?
We have compiled a lot of information about checking in, dogs in the holiday chalets and the options for renting mobility aids that let you enjoy unhindered access to the beautiful natural surroundings and beaches near Dronningens Ferieby. In brief, everything you need to know about your holiday in our accessible holiday centre.
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Download our brochure
Our brochure tells you about upcoming activities at the holiday centre. There is entertainment for the entire family and activities specially tailored for people with disabilities.
HM Queen Margrethe II of Denmark
HM Queen Margrethe II and art play a large role at Dronningens Ferieby, with no fewer than 17 Nordic artists involved in decorating the holiday village – an initiative that resulted in 50 oil paintings, 90 graphic works and 3 sculptures. You can read more about HM Queen Margrethe’s visit to Dronningens Ferieby here, and about the art that creates a harmonious balance between culture and nature.
Unforgettable experiences in Djursland
Dronningens Ferieby is located in the heart of the Jutland countryside, with a wealth of activities right on its doorstep. We are happy to suggest fun and exciting activities that match your functional status precisely.
Djursland offers plenty of attractions and excursion options – roller coasters, zoos, aquaria, zoos, museums and other cultural activities. Explore Grenaa’s idyllic streets and speciality shops, try more than 60 rides at Djurs Sommerland, take a look at the animal world at the Kattegatcenter, Munkholm Zoo, Ree Safari Park or Scandinavian Wildlife Park, or learn about life in ‘the olden days’ at The Green Museum and Gammel Estrup. Contact reception for details of our discount deals.
Order home care from home
Do you need home help or home nursing care? If so, remember to contact your local authority no later than three weeks before your holiday starts so arrangements can be made with Norddjurs local authority.
Need support or daily living aids?
At Dronningens Ferieby, you’ll find exactly the support or aid you need for an accessible holiday at our holiday centre. Borrow or rent whatever you need – you can even arrange for home care during your stay at Dronningens Ferieby.