The story behind
Feddet Strand Resort is part of Strandegård Estate.
Strandegård is located in Southeast Zealand. The farm is named after its location close to the Baltic Sea. The farm’s farmhouse and breeding buildings are beautifully situated in the landscape surrounded by fields, sea and fjord, hedges and meadows. From the farm buildings there are views of Faxe Bay and Præstø Fjord.
The history of the farm can be traced back to the 17th century. The area was then crown land and belonged to King Frederik III. In connection with the end of the Swedish wars, the farm was sold to Colonel Axel Sehested. In the following decades, the property was traded several times. In 1731 Otto Thott bought Strandegård. The owner is today named Ivan Reedtz-Thott. He lives on the farm with his family and is full-time engaged in the operation of the property.
The property consists of 600 ha. agriculture and 700 ha. forest and natural areas. In addition to the operation of agriculture and forestry, associated houses and farms are rented out. The activities also include the operation of the 5-star campsite Feddet Strand Resort, which for several years in a row has been named one of Europe’s best campsites.
Agriculture on Strandegård has been cultivated organically since 1999. At Strandegård, it is our opinion that organic farming is the best way to cultivate the land. We believe that ecology makes our agricultural products healthier and tastier. In addition, ecology contributes to a good working environment, organic farming provides minimal impact on nature, and last but not least, the ecology ensures that our breeding animals have good living conditions.
A large part of Strandegård’s area consists of nature areas that are not cultivated. Many of these areas are found on Feddet, a nearly 5 km long peninsula, which borders Præstø Fjord towards Fakse Bay. Feddet is characterized by a distinctive nature, reminiscent of a small piece of West Jutland with pine forest, heath and salt marshes.
At Strandegård and Feddet we produce blueberries, apples, pears, beef and lamb as well as grain and seeds. All organic and of high quality. Our beef and lamb production is recommended by Animal Protection. The forestry at Strandegård is PEFC certified, which ensures sustainable forestry with great regard for natural values.
We look forward to welcoming you to our world.
Feddet Strand Resort is located in South Coast Denmark next to Faxe Bay, where you can get lots of experiences, both on Feddet Strand itself and outside the place. I therefore send with this video a personal greeting to all guests at Feddet Strand, and to all of you who will soon be visiting Feddet Strand Resort.
I hope you and the family have a wonderful and unforgettable holiday at Feddet.
With the desire for a good stay
The best greetings
Feddet Beach Resort.
At Feddet Strand Resort we offer luxurious and comfortable holiday experiences close to nature. Whether you stay in one of our many different cabins, mobile homes or holiday homes, whether you come in your own caravan or tent, – or perhaps hold a meeting or conference with us – you will find that nature is close.
We ourselves like a lot of the nature that surrounds us on all sides. We believe that we humans need breaks, community, lots of fresh air and new experiences, to be in balance, in an often too busy everyday life. Here, the nature experience plays a big role. Out in the fresh air we can slow down and be closer together. Here we get “recharged the batteries”.
You will find that the area around Feddet Strand Resort offers wonderful experiences all year round. Depending on the season, the sky may be filled with geese and cranes loudly “talking” to each other on their way north or south. Maybe you see the sea eagle hovering over the beaches – or meet our calm free-ranging cows and horses who care for the heath and ensure that rare plants, bees and butterflies have the very best conditions to be able to survive and develop.
Being able to provide luxury and comfort to many guests all year round means that we have a large energy consumption. But we are far in the process of shifting our energy consumption to climate-neutral energy sources, such as solar, wind and biomass. In addition, we work to promote biodiversity, reduce our waste, promote the circular economy and many other projects. You can read more about this work here
You can also help us take care of the globe if you want to save water, light and heat – and not least help us sort your waste when you drop it off at the waste station.