We arrived in beautiful sunny Stockholm and took a metro directly to Josefin's apartment. The area is really nice and green, with Globen just around the corner for shops. Josefin warmly greeted us, showed us around her absolutely incredibly decorated apartment, and gave us some great info on Stockholm for our visit. We stayed for 1 week and felt really at home in this stay and this was really important for us as we were hugely busy for the whole week so having a good relaxing base of operations was critical to this. The bed is memory foam, the couch is ultra comfy, and the water pressure in the shower is high, which all combines to feel very luxurious! Josefin herself was away for the week, but we were able to (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) her a few messages when we wanted to ask her some questions, so though we only met her in the flesh briefly when we arrived, we got the vibe that she's a really cool person!
In terms of tips for the area there are three things that we'd recommend. First the aforementioned Globen Shopping Centre is a 15 minute walk away north and has one of the most amazing supermarkets this (Irish) guy has ever seen. The food selection there is incredible and has a lot of fresh produce. Second is if the weather is nice, there's a beautiful cemetery 15 minutes south called Skogskyrkogården that's filled with stunning architecture and is very peaceful for a walk. Finally, and it was only on our last day that we discovered it, there is a really good restaurant hidden away about 10 minutes walk from the apartment (inside what feels like a housing estate) called Gamla Enskede Matbod that serves incredible food in a really cool atmosphere.
In terms of my general experiences in Stockholm, I'm not sure if it was just the amazing heatwave when we got there, but the air is very dry (well for an Irish person anyway) so bring vaseline for your nose lining, and if you have breathing problems like asthma, bring your inhalers and such. Also Stockholm has a bad reputation for being very expensive, which I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was actually not much more expensive than Dublin prices. Alcohol is very expensive, but if you don't drink much or at all, then you won't spend a fortune.
Would strongly recommend this Airbnb to anyone visiting Stockholm, it couldn't have been more perfect!