About this listing
Greetings! You just found nicest airbnb guest room in Nørrebro.
Bright, very clean space with fresh interior. New bathroom. Location just 10 min from downtown in an exciting area full of great cafés, restaurants, boutiques and friendly street life
The guest room is bright, clean, minimalistic and comfortable. The furniture is new and like the rest of the apartment the room has charming rustic floors. You have a desk, clothes rag and drawers at your disposal. Linen is always clean and fresh and towels are provided.
The bathroom is big, bright and recently refurbished.
Nestled behind the building you will find one of the biggest yards / private parks in Copenhagen. Perfect for relaxing and soaking up sunshine.
Outside the friendly neighborhood is buzzing with activity. You'll find great cafés, restaurants, events and boutiques just feet from the main door.
You get access to a clean kitchen with a kettle, coffee machine and toaster for breakfast.
The bathroom is big and bright. When using the bathroom, just remember to swipe the sink / floor and open both top windows when showering - as there is no electrical ventilation.
You get full access to a beautiful park-like yard right behind the apartment. Perfect for lunch or soaking up sunshine.
Bikes can be rented across the street for just 50 DKK a day.
Also, I will provide you with brochures, maps of Copenhagen and a array of insiders tips - should you need them.
Interaction with Guests
I am a seasoned traveller who knows my way around people and I always act discrete and respectful. I have a busy work life and enjoy relaxing when I am home, but I'd love to help you out with any problems.
Should you wish it, I'd love to pass on recommendations for restaurants, nightlife, sights and transportation!
In my opinion, Nørrebro is the prime location for visiting Copenhagen. You are a 10 minute walk from Down town, my place is 50 meters from public transportation and it is the most lively, culturally interesting and affordable part of town.
You will find yourself in the epicenter of the hip, urban and cultural scene of Copenhagen. Nørrebro is known for it's diversity and you will always find something interesting going on somewhere. It might be a street party by the lakes, a pop up restaurant serving organic food, a fancy design sale or jazz concert or simply people hanging in the street, soaking up sunshine and a few danish beers.
My street, Elmegade, is the main vein of this vibrant and buzzing neighborhood. People come from all over the city to drink coffee, beer, shop fashion or simply hang out in the street. This is where it happens.
You will find tons of nice take away places, coffee shops, haute couture boutiques, shops and street side cafés on the streets surrounding this airbnb.
You are just 50 meters from the main busline in Copenhagen and a 10 minute walk from Nørreport Station, where you can jump on the metro, S-train or regional trains that go anywhere in the country.
Also, you can easily walk or bike to Vesterbro, Østerbro, Frederiksberg and Central Copenhagen in minutes!
Other Things to Note
The building is rather old and as such, not well insulated to noise. This means that neighbors can sometimes be heard, as well as a little noise from people in the street, should a drunken dane pass by shouting out his love for this city... I ask guests to be discrete and relatively quiet around the apartment - especially at night as the walls are paper thin.
Check-in is flexible, but because of my work I cannot guarantee access to the room before 17.00. Let me know what suits you and I will try to comply!
Check-out is also flexible, but generally I require guest to vacate the room around 11 in the morning.
I am easy going, but do have a few rules. You can read all of the house rules in your room, but here are the main ones:
My place is kept clean and tidy and I ask guests to respect that. This means not wearing shoes indoors, always wiping the kitchen and bathroom counter / swiping the floor and cleaning up after yourself in general.
I believe in keeping the space clean and ask guests to do so as well.
Water and electricity is expensive in Copenhagen, so try to conserve energy. This means turning off the lights and heat when leaving a room and not taking long showers.
Please do not invite additional people to the apartment. It is my private home and I need to know who is there.
Rules of the property prescribe that noise must be kept down after 22.00, and I do ask guests to be discrete and relatively quiet around the apartment.
At check-out please remove the bed linens, put them in the laundry basket in the guest room and take the trash to the kitchen. Thats it!