Danish erotic bed and breakfast has been getting busy all summer long

‘Adult playroom’ enjoyed by couples of all ages

Denmark’s only erotic bed and breakfast, which is located in Hvorslev near Ulstrup in eastern Jutland, was totally booked in July.

A room at the B&B comes with a kitchen, a view, a bathroom and access to a fully stocked playroom outfitted with chains, whips, dog collars, a Marquis de Sade-chair, videos and more.

Playroom for adults
“It is a playroom for adults,” Marian Møller, who runs the erotic inn with her husband Ib, told DR Nyheder.

“You can live out all your fantasies. There is something for every taste: both soft and hardcore.”

Older crowd
Møller said her guests are not, as one might expect, young people. The average age is 35 and above.

“It’s Mr and Mrs Denmark and includes all age groups up to 75 and 80,” she said.

“There is no age limit on having fun with sex, and we have many who come again and again. In both ways.”

Happy birthday
One 70-year-old woman celebrated her birthday at the erotic B&B.“She said that she could not have celebrated it in any better way,” said Møller.

Møller believes that her inn has helped saved marriages. “They can talk to us and not be embarrassed,” she said.

Considering their success, the couple is thinking about expanding.





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