About this listing
Centrally located in classic Frederiksberg, close to young and hip Nørrebro, metro and green Frederiksberg Garden and Zoo. Nice cafés and shopping opportunities around the corner at Godthåbsvej. Roomy apartment suitable for a family or a small group.
Living room (notice our homemade antler-lamp). The room is now rearranged, with a new couch!
Our 3rd floor apartment consists of three rooms, a kitchen and a large toilet with shower - you will have the apartment all by yourselves.
The apartment has got
- 1 double bed
- 1 double quality air mattress
- 1 single quality air mattress.
- Furthermore there is a couch which is suitable for sleeping (in the living room - 180 x 80 cm)
We listed the place for six, but that includes three persons sleeping on large, comfortable air mattresses and one person on the couch.
We provide bed linen for all beds but only three duvets/comforters.
If you want to, you may borrow our grumpy old bikes (helmets included!) - the best way to get around in Copenhagen. Please tell us if you are interested in borrowing bikes in advance.
The neighbourhood is the nice and quiet Frederiksberg, which is typically considered the more expensive and nicer part of Copenhagen. However, with only 10 mins walking, you will be in the heart of exciting, young and hip Nørrebro (sights: Jægersborggade, music venues, second hand shops and the beautiful graves of H.C. Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard.
Takeaway, cafés, bars and grocery shopping just around the corner and the beautiful Frederiksberg Gardens is close by.
How far to the city centre?
By metro: 8 minutes
By bike: 10-15 minutes
By bus: 10 minutes
By walk: 30 minutes
Busses very close by and the metro (Frederiksberg station) 8 min walk.
Please feel at home. Relax. But please treat the place, as you would like us to treat yours.
- Sorry, no loud music when you know my neighbours are trying to sleep, and no parties please.
- Please don´t smoke inside or on the stairway.
- We appreciate if you leave the appartement in the same condition as you find it.
- If you sleep on the coach please use a sheet.
- For the sake of my downstairs neighbours, please take your shoes off while in the house.
En absolut behagelig overnatning i super-hyggelig lejlighed. Meget flink og hjælpsom vært. Lejligheden er nem at komme til og fra med bil - og den ligger tæt på metro. Kan varmt anbefales.
Our stay in Copenhagen was awesome thanks to Rasmus and his apartment. The place is great and we (4) were very comfortable. Loved the feel of the home and we felt very comfortable while we were there. Short walk to the metro gave us perfect access to the whole city and we made great use of the kitchen and nearby supermarket to keep our food costs down while in Copenhagen. Terrific stay!
We had the best time in kopenhagen. A very nice apartment in a great neigberhood. Rasmus was a great host. Very recommended! Thanks!
Rasmus and Signe were very nice and helpful, even though they were abroad during our stay. They provided all the information that we needed and made us feel like at home.
The appartment was as presented on airbnb and it was a comfortable stay for 3 guests. It's located in very pleasant neighborhood in the central part of the city.
I really enjoyed my time there!
Everthing perfect. We were four (2 adults, 2 small kids). The appartment is really nice and perfectly situated - Metro, Bus, Bakery, Groceries, a couple of take aways all in walking distance. 2 playgrounds for kids are also just around the corner. Rasmus and Signe also provided a big pack of additional information on the city and the keys for 2 bikes to explore the city cycling.
This apartment had everything we needed.
It's cool, quirky and cosy. Rasmus and Signe are really helpful and gave us everything we could have possibly needed for the trip, including the use of their bikes.
About the Host, Rasmus
We are a couple of students enjoying life in the beautiful capital of Denmark.
Be aware: If you get a chance to live in our apartment, you will notice that paintings and mirrors hangs just a little bit lower on the walls than usual. This is due to our hobbit ancestors.