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23 sqm for 1 or 2 in beautiful 19th century villa with garden, excellent public transport just 20 min central Stockholm by bus or tra, Lake Mälaren 1 minute walk. You are welcome to use BBQ, patio, hammocks, 4m trampoline, shoot basketball hoops...
Known as the "French Island" because of the Lycée Français Saint Louis primary and high school and the many French people that attracts to the island..
A remarkably green island, with very pleasant walks around and nearby, yet by many European capital standards very central. The local square offering a variety of cafes and dining alternatives.
Just 15 minutes to trendy Södermalm, all Stockholm's major tourist attraction easily accessible by public transport.
We are two minutes walk away from the tram (tvärbanan) station Stora Essingen and 5 minutes walk to bus No. 1. stop Broparken. Both alternatives take just 20 minutes to get you to the centre. Bus No.1 being particularly useful for those arriving by plane, train or coach to Stockholm, as it departs from the north end of City Terminal where airport coaches arrive - (URL HIDDEN)
If you choose to take the Arlanda Express train simply walk up the platform stairs found at the rear of the train when it arrives to Stockholm Central Station.
You'll need to buy a transport tickets before boarding bus or metro (tunnelbana), from a machine at a metro station or from Seven Eleven or Pressbyrån inside City Terminal has them available or cross over Klarabergsviadukten to the SL transport ticket booth.
Common sense, tidy up after yourself in the kitchen for example
Если вы отмените бронирование за 24 часа до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем вам всю сумму бронирования. Если бронирование будет отменено позже чем за 24 часа, то мы удержим стоимость первой ночи.
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We're five adults living in the house (ages 29-45) and three children (ages 2, 5 and 13) who live in the house every other week. Sometimes there will be one room available, at other times more. General we only rent out rooms in summer months or when some of us are away working. There will always be at least one person in the house to host the guest.
Languages spoken in the house are Swedish, English, German, Arabic, Spanish and Danish.
Anna Jonasson (renting out one of the rooms available now) is a Swedish journalist, with international experience and at present working for the Church of Sweden.
Robin Dingemans is a university lecturer and choreographer, originally from New Zealand but lived in London for 14 years and Stockholm for 3 years.