Frequently asked questions

We provide activities for groups. Guided nature experiences as Volcano hike, Ant safari or Bat safari. Professional tree climbing or fantastic cheese strolls with unique taste experiences in the forest.
Outdoor kitchen
The outdoor kitchen consists of four wooden fires, one wooden outdoor grill, work areas, washing station and a special place for hand wash. In the outdoor kitchen, you’ll cook your food with our equipment. We provide casseroles, frying pans, all utilities and everything you need for outdoor cooking.
Dishware and glasses
In our common hut Älvan, we provide plates, glasses and cutleries for up to 20 persons, for all guests to use during the stay.
We have a small gas-cooled refrigerator.
We provide coffee and tea for all guests – special outdoor “kokkaffe”, instant coffee and different tea bags.
Basket with ingredients
If you have added (or if you book a package) the basket with local ingredients for outdoor cooking, the basket is ready to use around 16 a’clock. The basket contains local ingredients for a two course dinner with guidelines for a successful outdoor cooking. We provide ingredients for vegetarians and for different allergies, but we must be informed when the stay is booked, we don’t store ingredients at the Naturhotell. Local soft drinks are included in the dinner.
We do not offer totally vegan menus, but vegetarian menu is offered as a standard. Just tell us that you want vegetarian menu when you book your stay.
When ordered we love to prepare a vegetarian menu. As we want the group to help each other and carry out all the cooking together (this is a very conscious part of the experience), the vegetarian menu sometimes can be offered to the whole group, depending on the season and menu.
Children's menu
We do not offer special menus for kids, but as we adjust the menu to every group, the food usually will be suitable for kids also. Children should be allowed to work together with adults in the outdoor kitchen – and as the food in that way is cooked by kids also, the food will be enjoyed of everyone in the group.
Bus and trains
Do not hesitate to go by train to Höör and then take the local bus to Frostavallen. From the bus stop you will have five kilometers of nice forest hiking to Naturhotellet. We’ll send you a map for the hiking. You’ll find the schedule for the bus on this link (pdf) and the schedule for the train on the website of Skånetrafiken.
Your dog can follow to Nyrups Naturhotell, we have two woolen huts where dogs are allowed. You must keep your dog on a leash “inside” the Naturhotell in order not to disturb other guests. Just add “dog” in our booking system (50:-/dog and  night).
Drinking water
We provide water cans inside every small woolen hut and inside our common hut Älvan.
Water for washing up
We provide cans with water suitable for washing up outside the common hut Älvan and in the outdoor kitchen. Hot water can be collecten in the tank from the wooden stove in Älvan,
You are welcome to use our forest shower. You find the shower bad and towels in Älvan where you also mix your own water.
All our guests pee in the woods, but our proper functioning dry toilets are there for your other needs. If you’re having your period, put your pads in the garbage can by the toliets, not in the toilet – we compost the content from the toilets. You can wash your hands outside the toilets and at the stations for washing up in the outdoor kitchen.
Bird song
Will surely wake up all guests early, especially in the spring.
Wild bore
They are well present in the forest, but avoid the Naturhotell.
Elk normally roam over huge areas, but eventually pass through the Naturhotell.
One of the most common animals in the beech forest is the yellow necked mouse and also the forest vole. We have developed many tricks in order to protect our things from mouses, but they still are curious sometimes. Chocolate can be hard to resist (we use chocolate for our mouse traps in autumn and spring), but most often they are also very careful and shy and are usually not visible when we have guests.
Our beds are normal beds from Ikea with a nice spring mattress, blanket, pillow and wool blanket. You can add beddings in your booking (or just book one of our packages), then everything is prepared for you at arrival.
Find your way
It is not possible to find the way to Nyrups Naturhotell on your own, all our guests will get special instructions before arrival. If you book one of our special experiences, you will get a special welcome package. All guests will also get instructions before arrival, both in the booking confirmation and in special text messages. Please notice that every guest hike the last kilometer to the Naturhotell. If you arrive by car, your car will be parked around one kilometer away from the Naturhotell.
Check in
Your time for check in is between 14 and 16. This is very important, every guest get a personal introduction live at the Naturhotell at arrival.
Check out
On the day for departure, our time for check out is 11.
Your packing
Please use a proper backpack for easier carriage on your hike to the Naturhotell . You must realize that Nyrups Naturhotell is a genuine outdoor experience – you will be outside all the time, but a bit protected by our woolen huts. So adjust your clothes after weather and use underclothes or knickers in spring and autumn. Warm shoes and rain clothes, if necessary. Bring a pajamas for sleeping and maybe a thin cap. In spring and early summer, use long-sleeved shirts and trousers, we have mosquitos in the forest.
We do not have any electricity whatsoever at Nyrups Naturhotell. Bring your mobile phone, but keep it closed so your battery will last during your stay. We have a special phone for alarm to use in need.
We have a first aid kit, alarm phone, instructions for first aid and a well developed fire security in the Naturhotell.
Wine and other beverage
If you book with ingredients (or one of our packages) soft drink is included in the meal. You can bring your own wine or beer for the dinner. We can provide special packages with local wine and beer for groups.

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