If you're looking for a comfortable, "hyggelig" and quiet place, close to the waterfront, parks and all the city has to offer: This is it!
The apartment is situated in the Østerbro. Our neighborhood is nice and quiet and within walking distance of cafes, restaurant, supermarkets and public transportation. We are also close to Copenhagen's largest park, Fælledparken, the national soccer stadium, and a lovely beach area called "Svanemøllestranden".
The apartment has a bright living room with a comfortable dining space (sits 4 people) couch, desk and a reading corner. Guest are free to enjoy our books and streaming services on the smart TV.
The couch folds out and functions as a bed, preferably for a younger child.
The bedroom faces the courtyard, shared with the surrounding buildings. The room is not exposed to direct sunlight and is therefore nice and cool, even during summer months.
Our kitchen is well-equipped and our guest are welcome to cook during their stay. We keep a drying rack on the back side of the door to the back stairs. This can be put up anywhere you please - but make sure to air out the room you are drying in to avoid moisture in the house.
Our bathroom is small but functional. To avoid calcium build-up on walls and fixtures, we kindly ask guests to squeegee and wipe thoroughly after each shower.
Our apartment is decorated in a cosy Scandinavian style with lots of retro furniture and classical Danish design.
We will not be home, but we will leave you notes and guidebooks about Copenhagen. Guests are more than welcome to ask questions beforehand as well as during their stay if we are not abroad.
We will be reacheable by e-mail during the stay and we will leave contact information of close-by friends.
The complex has access to a front lawn with common seating area, a play house and a sand box. Preperations for a complete remodelling of the courtyard behind the Building has begun but there is accesible seating arrangements.
There is free car parking in the area.
We expect our guests to treat our home like their own - make themselves comfortable and be respectful. No smoking, no pets or parties.
I am a Danish woman (born 1983), living in Copenhagen with my American husband. We enjoy everything the city has to offer, from art galleries to movie theatres - and we have lots of great tips to share about the local arts and music scene. Contemporary art museums, galleries and cosy hang out spots are always top of our list when we visit new places!
We prefer visiting California once a year, and we also try to take small trips to new places in Europe as often as we can.