This is the most enchanting private home we've found on Bornholm, and the public can visit it and wander through its beautiful garden. Set on the outskirts of Rønne, just a short walk from the town center, this is the island's best-preserved example of an old-fashioned farm -- the kind that once flourished on Bornholm. Originally constructed in 1806, it's a half-timbered, tile-covered building filled with antique furniture and oil paintings, many of them by the well-known Danish artist Kristian Zahrtmann. Some of the objects inside the house commemorate the marriage of a descendant of the farm's original owners -- the Ericksson family. An Ericksson daughter married the Danish poet Holger Drachmann (1846-1908), whose works are studied by virtually every schoolchild in Denmark. Finally you can explore the remarkable garden, which horticulturists admire for its 160 species of nonhybrid roses and flowers. It's best seen in July.