Vipp’s Farmhouse retreat plays with rural traditions

Country minimalism

The rustic thatched roof and bucolic setting belie the minimalist interiors of the Vipp Farmhouse – the latest addition to the Danish design brand’s hotel portfolio.

The island property dates back to 1775 and sits in 1,400 acres of fields, forests and gardens in Lolland that form the Søllestedgaard estate. Trees surround the home, cocooning the peaceful spot with only the sound of birdsong interrupting the quiet.

Vipp collaborated with Søllestedgaard’s owner, Ulrik Th Jørgensen, and tapped interior designer Julie Cloos Mølsgaard to overhaul the farmhouse’s interiors, bringing classic Scandi style to the 246-year-old cottage. Original wooden beams contrast fresh, whitewashed walls and stone floors, as well as marble-topped tables and floor lamps.

The cottage doubles as a living showroom for the brand, and Cloos Mølsgaard has furnished it with Vipp’s minimalist pieces, artworks and carefully curated objects.

Sofas by Vipp nestle in the living room
Photography: Vipp

Vipp Farmhouse sleeps six and starts at €750 for two nights. Guests have access to the Søllestedgaard estate’s award-winning restaurant. It serves dishes made from produce grown on the land. The Lolland retreat joins Vipp’s list of striking locations, including a loft in Copenhagen and a wooden cabin perched above a fjord in Norway.

Vipp Farmhouse's minimalist kitchen
Photography: Vipp
The Farmhouse is located on 1400 acres of private land belonging to the Søllestedgaard estate
Photography: Vipp

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