Newly renovated apartment in quiet side-street to busy Frederikssundsvej where very frequent busses will take you downtown in about 10 min. – or you can have a walk into the Copenhagen “latin quarter" Nørrebro with better and cheaper restaurants and bars than you will find downtown.
I provide both clean towels and bedding. There are 3 bicycles available you can use for free.
There is no cleaning fee and therefore no cleaning service - I will leave the apt clean and tidy and you'll have to do the same since there may be other guests arriving after you. There will always be clean bedding and towels for you.
There is construction going on in the neighborhood so some noise can be expexted in the daytime on weekdays.
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The apt. has a fully equipped kitchen, a well-designed bathroom, a large dining and TV-room, a silent bedroom and a cozy living room with a large sofa and TV. The bedroom features a double bed (180x200 cm). There is also a washing machine.
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This is not an IKEA-equipped rental-only apt. - it's an actual home that I rent out when I'm travelling.
Please let me know in advance if you would like early check-in or late check-out - it's usually not a problem but there may be other guests coming or going so it will not always be possible.
The apartment is non-smoking.
Off limits are my vinyl records, record players and electrical guitars. I usually have a well equipped bar with craft beers which I also expect to be untouched.
A partir do dia 09 de Novembro de 2017 - 30 de Novembro de 2017 a estadia mínima é de 2 noites.
I'll leave my apartment entirely to you while you're staying here, but I'll be happy to help should you have questions or need help organizing and planning your stay in Copenhagen. I may be out of range for periods of time when working in Greenland.
I speak Scandinavian, English and German so don't hesitate to contact me in any of these languages if that will make you feel more comfortable.
Single man; like to travel - and prefer to rent private homes/spaces where I go! I also travel quite a bit in my job; I build climate stations for the Uni of Copenhagen which takes me to Greenland and Africa a handful a times a year. When working in Greenland I'm often out of range.