The apartment has six places to sleep (if you can share a comfortable queen-sized air bed) in three separated rooms - in addition to the the kitchen area. There is a crib and baby amenities. The apartment is well kept, cozy and in a safe and quiet area of Copenhagen. 10 minutes on foot to Fælledparken and Svanemøllen Station and with excellent public transport to the City center, located 4 km from the apartment.
A 98 m2 apartment, with two separate bedrooms, a separated living room and a kitchen area with a dining table and with direct access to a closed-off and newly redecorated back yard. The bathroom is a classic “Copenhagen” bathroom without a separated cabin for the shower - but rest assured, the bathroom has been renovated recently, where both the toilet and the shower were replaced. The apartment is located on the ground floor but a few meters above street level - so there are a few steps to climb but you will not be disturbed by people passing by.
The building is on a very quiet street with very limited traffic. You will therefore not be bothered by traffic noise.
All rooms of the apartment are free to use for our guests - expect the 6 m2 of lumber room that we have closed off. We live in the apartment when not renting it out, so all common amenities, such as dish washer, washing machine, internet (high speed fiber), TV (with Chromecast) and so forth, are available.
Общение с гостями
We are happy to answer questions and provide suggestions on all topics relevant for our guests.
Feel free to contacts us via phone. If we are unable to meet you at the apartment, we will have family members/friends who will attend to you.
- Quiet hours weekdays 22-06
- Keep it clean and cozy
- Leave the apartment as you received it
- Smoking is only permitted outside the apartment
- Broken items will be charged
- Respect the neighbors and no noise after 11 pm and no parties
Hello, I am Petur, from the Faroe Islands, working and living with my girlfriend and out little daughter in Copenhagen. We love to travel and meet new people from different cultures.
A good vacation for us involves mingling with locals, ad hoc planning, avoiding the worst tourist traps and with ample of time to dig into local idiosyncrasies – preferably along with a few good books.