Bornholm Surf Farm is not an ordinary hostel. Spending time in this unique and breathtaking environment will have a soothing effect that goes far beyond your normal holiday experience. Here you will be able to find the kind of peace and quiet that is so rare nowadays, and hard to come by in our everyday up-tempo lifestyles.
We welcome you to the Surf Farm and we encourage you to let nature do its magic. Bring your good friends or that book you’ve been wanting to find time to read and find your favorite spot in front of the fire stove or perhaps in one of the hammocks.
The year of 2020 has turned out to a bit different than we are used to. Due to the current situation with COVID-19 we have decided to keep our hostel closed and most of our activities on hold during the season of 2020. Therefore, we do not accept any bookings to the hostel at the moment nor do we give any surf lessons. Our rental shop is also closed for the rest of the season. The only activity that is still running is our guided SUP Safari tours. You are welcome to read more and send us a request to participate here. We hope to see you all again in 2021!
Two private cabins are situated on a hillside with a stunning view of the sky and the ocean. Horses are grazing on the fields in front and the sounds of nature is playing in the wind. Both cabins are decorated in the same rustic and authentic style as the rest of the hostel.
At Bornholm Surf Farm you can rent gear to go surfing or SUPing all around Bornholm. You can also sign up to attend one of our Surf Lessons or to come along on a SUP Safari together with us.
When is the best season
to go surfing on Bornholm?
What is the best way to
get to Bornholm?
Is there a supermarket nearby?
How do I go about renting
some equipment from you guys?
Is there any Wi-Fi
on the Surf Farm?
Can we throw a bachelor/bachelorette party at the Surf Farm?
We absolutely loved staying at the Surf Farm, only wish we had more time there. It is very rustic and eco-friendly but incredibly tranquil and refreshing. The views of the sky and the sunset were unforgettable!
Nancy, July 2019
The New York Times
We are proud
to have been featured in
The New York Times Style Magazine.
"Igennem marv og
ben på kolde sten"
"Surfen auf Bornholm
ist das große Ding derzeit ... "
"Baltic Sea - The Fisherman’s Tale" was premiered in 2019 on the first International Surfing Festival in Eastern Europe and Baltic Region in Kraków, Poland.
This short film tells the story of how cold water surfer Dennie Hilding moved to the Baltic Sea island Bornholm, started exploring its potential for surf and opened up an eco surf hostel.