A tiny, but very cozy and functional apartment.
Shared toilets and showers in the hallway, old but clean. Two shower rooms, and two toilets.
You can walk to the city center from the apartment, the area is quite nice. just a few minutes from the lakes and Nørrebrogade. Otherwise you'll find buses just outside, (10 minutes to city hall by bus) and Forum metro station 600 m away. (17 minutes to the airport, 5 minutes to city center)
Nice cafés, restaurants and grocery shops just down the street.
Light and cozy 1 room apartment in central Nørrebro, close to everything you could need. Shopping, supermarkets, cafés, bars, restaurants, public transport etc.
It's quite small but nothing's missing. I have a little kitchen with a stove and a microwave oven, and everything else belonging in a kitchen, you shall feel free to use the equipment, and there will be room in the fridge for you. Besides my little kitchen there is a bigger shared kitchen in the hallway, if you need to use an oven.
The only downside of my little home is that you'll have to share two showers and two toilets with six other people. The shared areas are cleaned once per week. And people are nice.
Besides that, life in Rantzausgade is quite private. My neighbours don't make a lot of noise and the noise from the vibrant street is shut out easily by closing the windows.
Wifi, TV, fridge, other kitchen equipment, shared showers and toilets, a bed of course, some room in a closet, hair dryer, there is also a cellar for bicycles if needed. :-)
I'll have my phone open and turned on when I'm not working.
I'm staying in a suburb to Copenhagen so I won't be too far away, if you need me.
In the arpartment complex where you'll stay, everyone lives quite close to each other. All you'll have to do is show common respect for the neighbors by not playing too loud music too late at night and stuff like that.
I also ecspect you to tidy up after yourselves before you leave the apartment for good. (Do the dishes, put everything back where you found it etc.) :-)
Otherwise I'm quite easy going.
I'm Sidsel, a friendly 24 year old who's renting out my home from time to time. Usually if I'm travelling, or if I'm living in my family in laws house, taking care of their younger children.
When I'm in Copenhagen I'll usually be there recieve my guests and hand over the key, but sometimes I'll have my boyfriend or a friend do it.
I'd say that I'm a pretty helpful and flexible host.
I hope my guests will love Copenhagen and Nørrebro as much as I do, and feel welcome in my apartment. I expect them to treat it well, as it is my beloved little home, full og personality and personal items and not a hotel. :-)