A nice and cozy place for a short stay in Copenhagen for 1-2 people, with 100-200 meters to S-train and buses, which will take you to the city centre in 10 minutes. Located close to Fælledparken and 10-15 minutes walk to Østebrogade and Øster Fælled Torv for shopping, café and restaurant visits.
You will stay in my living room, which you will have to your self. There is a lovely sofabed (80 or 120x200 cm), dining table, stereo and WIFI.
You will be staying in my living room on my sofa-bed during your stay. You will have the living room to yourself.
You have access to the kitchen and the bathroom. You can cook a small meal, If you want to. If you wish to fry your food, please open the window in the kitchen and close the door to the entrance.
No fish or shellfish is allowed at all in the flat, as I am allergic!
Living room, kitchen, bathroom.
Interaction with guests
I welcome you and make sure you have what you need for your stay.
I am also very happy to share information about Copenhagen and Denmark.
If you have any questions or would like information or recommendations about Copenhagen during your stay, let me know. :-)
If you cannot meet the check-in time (17.00-20.00 / 5-8 pm), please let me know this, when you book, so we can discuss the options.
Also please let me know, If you are checking out early morning, before 8.
I appreciate if you do not make too much noise, especially after 21.00/9 pm. Therefore please shower, cook and do the more noisy things before this time.
Thank you. :-)
Other things to note
Check-in between 17.00 and 20.00.
A couple of days before arrival, please let me know your arrive time and also your check-out time.
If you are late, please let me know.
Check-out is latest at noon 12.00. If you are checking out earlier than 6.00-8.00, please let me know beforehand.
Thank you. :-)
- Quiet time between 21.00-07.00, no shoes in door, tidy up after you and do your own dishes. Ask if you have questions or need information. :o)
I love to travel and do so as often as I can. I have traveled since I could, when I was a teenager and have always loved it. Sometimes with friends, sometimes to visit friends, sometimes to see something new.
I speak four European languages - Danish, English, Spanish and German. I also speak Swissgerman and a bit Catalán.
I have lived abroad and I am an international minded person, who appreciates multitude and curiousity. I like to talk to people and learn new things and aspects of other cultures and life.