About this listing
Romantic, idyllic house with a big garden in the countryside - only 15 minutes to the beautiful beach in Tisvildeleje and only 45 minutes from Copenhagen by car. One hour and 15 minutes by train to Copenhagen. Also possible to bring your bicycles in the train - if you prefer that.
The house has one parking space.
My grandmothers house is suitable for two adults maybe with one young child. The house has two rooms: The living room with dinner table and chairs, and in the end of the room you find the big double bed - kind of separated from the rest - close to the bathroom. In the other end of the house you find the tv-room with a sofa, where you can relax in the evenings. If you have a little child, we can provide you with a child bed and a tall chair for the table.
There are no stairs in the house which makes it ideal if you are elderly.
The house is located in a small, old village called Nejlinge.
The bathroom is brand new and has a shower and nice heating in the floor if it gets a little cold. Functional, charming kitchen with everything you need for cooking. The house has a wireless internet connection, and you can breathe safely, because this is a totally non smoking house.
Only 10 minutes by car to the city Helsinge, where you can find lot's of supermarkets, small shops, cafés and a few restaurants. A station with trains to Hillerød connecting to Copenhagen. The other direction takes you to Tisvildeleje and the beach in only 15 minutes. It also takes 15 minutes to walk from the station in Helsinge to the house.
Very short distance to a number of North Sealands beautiful attractions, castles, museums, restaurants, stunning beaches and forests and ancient landscapes shaped by the ice age.
The house is in fact the perfect base for day trips in the area. The closest beach is only 25 minutes away by car
You can also use the house for a relaxing vacation without too much action. Then you just go out the door and enjoy the big garden, and if you are lucky, you can say hello to a few red, curious cows on the other side of the fence.
During the summer the garden is full of flowers.
My grandmothers house has been owned by my family since 1954 but even back then, the house was already 100 years old.
When I was a child, we lived next door, and I could run to my grandmother and say hello whenever I wanted. Sometimes she made pancakes in the kitchen and told me stories about her childhood.
My parents are still living next door, and they own My grandmothers house. It is also them who takes care of handing you the keys by arrival, provide you with bedsheets and towels and make sure, there is coffee and tea, a box of cereal, fruit and some milk in the fridge when you arrive. They are really nice people, and my mom knows a thing or two about flowers. Don't hesitate to ask if she is around ;o)
A lot of effort has been put into the house to restore it gently and respectfully during the years. In 2011/2012 the brand new thatched roof was a reality, and now the house is totally up to date with recently decorated rooms, new carpet on the floor and a lot of nice details inside and outside the house.
My grandmother would be proud and glad to see, how charming her house looks now.
Welcome to her house.
Cecilia - on behalf of my sweet parents.
Smoking are strictly prohibited in the house.
Candles are only allowed on the table in the living room and on the table in the tv-room. No candles in the windows or other places. Remember to blow them out when you leave a room or the house and when you check out. The house is very old and has a thatch roof.
Remember to turn off the heating in the bathroom before you check out.
It is not allowed to bring any boom blasters or play other loud music in the garden.
Pets are not allowed.