Halfway between the airport and the city center, this roomy apartment is ideal for a city stay. Just around the corner are both bus 5A (that goes all over Copenhagen) and rental bikes. Metro=10mins walk.
With its wooden beams and a classic chesterfield livingroom set, the bedroom carries the Danish "cosiness". Additional to the comfy queensize bed, you can rent an extra bed. Ask for the price.
Additional to the room, you are welcome to use the balcony, kitchen, bathroom and office in the day.
This is my happy home. I enjoy living the good atmosphere that comes with the place. From the green and cozy courtyard, you hear the children play and the birds singing - and with my morning coffee in hand, I usually find a peaceful moment every morning on my new balcony.
Zugang für Gäste
You are renting a big bedroom with access to shared kitchen, bathroom, balcony. I am a social person, and I will probably invite you for coffee and a conversation in the living room, if you'd like.
The apartment is on the 5th floor. There is no elevator, so we keep in good shape here ;-)
Interaktion mit Gästen
You can always ask me questions about the city, the transportation and the city attractions. In the rented room, there is also a guide book to rental bikes, the bus and access to the beach.
Weitere wichtige Infos
I have a pet bird, a small, caged one, in the living room. Please tell me if you have a fear of birds, and I will move the cage to my bedroom. :-)
There's a blowdryer in the room, and if you need to use a iron, you may use mine. :-)
I'm a Danish woman, who is very content with my life. My adult children live on their own, and I enjoy my life in my large apartment close to both the city center and the Copenhagen airport. My only current roommate is a small, caged bird that lives in the living room.
When staying in my home, I expect us to have mutual respect, and that you take care of my belongings like you would your own. You are welcome to use my kitchen, bath and office. My home will be clean and tidy when you arrive, and I expect you to keep it nice, so that we can share it. I'm a social person, and I don't mind an interesting talk - or comfortable silence.
In my daily life I work as a policeofficer in central Copenhagen (10 mins bikeride away). I also work profesionally as an artist from my studio in the apartment.
In my spare time, I travel around the world for adventure. I walked the camino, I've wandered the streets of Rome and New York City - and I sat on the back of an elephant in Thailand. Next year I'm walking the Indian Trail in Peru.
In your room is a book with info on how to rent a bike (2 mins from my street), maps of Copenhagen and pamphlets on the city that you are free to use. If you don't bike, "the magic bus" - bus 5A (that goes everywhere in the city, including the airport) - has a stop just 30 seconds from my door.
If you have any further questions, I will be happy to answer them. Welcome to my happy home.