1. Create the right lighting
Candles are one of the most important hygge factors according to
Meik Wiking's The Little Book of Hygge. Danish people burn more
candles per year than any other group on earth. They are an
everyday indulgence: creating a soft, warm glow that makes
everything more attractive.
2. Wrap up and keep warm
Fight off the bitter, cold winds with a steaming hot drink. Feel
the warmth spread through your knitted blankets and woolly jumpers
as you get cosy this winter. Whether you want a hot cup of tea,
coffee, hot chocolate or mulled wine it doesn't matter, its all
Did you know that children can get a free hot chocolate when
they stay at QHotels? Speak to a member of our friendly hotel team
for more information.
Hygge is not just about the aesthetics it's also about being
together with your family, friends and community. Adding to the
cosiness, creating a candlelit home to spend time with your loved
ones without the distraction of your mobile phones, i-pads or the
stress of daily life. This is essential to being hygge.
4. Comfort food
Hygge is being high on nourishment. Add any of the following to
you hygge day; porridge, stew, home baked bread or cake! Don't
forget we have a festive afternoon tea menu across our hotels.
5. Being outdoors
Experiencing hygge doesn't just take place indoors, you need to
get outdoors and find peace that extends to nature. You can go for
lovely nature walks, hikes through the woods or just a stroll to
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