In special cases the board members may assist by providing grants for partial payment of rent.
The rent including electricity, water and heat is normally DKK 1.500 (ca. 200 EUR) per week + costs of telephone.
Brecht's House is the name given to a house on Svendborg Sund, where author Bertolt Brecht, as a refugee from Nazi Germany, lived from 1933 to 1939.
In the 1990's Svendborg Kommune began restoring Brecht's House. Today it is a residence and an inspiring workplace for artists and researchers from around the world. The thatched, half timbered house is offered to people who need, for a period, a peaceful and quiet place for their artistic or scientific work.
The house is fully furnished and equipped for max. 4 persons - all for the guest and family/friends.
Fully equipped kitchen, linen, 2 bicycles, washing machine, PC and wireless internet access.
Brecht's House is located on Skovsbo Strand which is 3 km. west of Svendborg's town center and harbour and the house is also quite close to the coast.
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