This place is a great value, and I highly recommend it.
Mette was very quick to respond to my inquiry, and she remained flexible as I determined my arrival time at her place. I stayed for six nights in early November. The place is almost a “private flat”, while having the benefit of having breakfast foods provided each morning. Breakfast consisted of fresh fruit, jams, cheese, bread, and granola cereal. The refrigerator was stocked with apple juice and two different milk products. It was very convenient to have this provided at the start of the day, and it was one of the reasons I considered this host.
The privacy comes from having your own entrance to the house that opens into a kitchenette with sink, two burner hot plate, small counter top oven, electric kettle, toaster, and refrigerator. I was able to prepare and cook basic meals. There is another room that contains the shower area, laundry-type sink, and toilet. The bedroom is a separate room that is quite large containing two beds, a dining room table and three chairs, plus an easy chair and a dresser with lots of floor space. I found this arrangement very convenient due to computer work I needed to complete while being on vacation. A few times during my stay, a family member would come down through the kitchenette area to get to the laundry room (another separate area), but it was not intrusive.
The bedroom had a wall heater, which one could adjust; I never felt cold in that room. The bathroom and kitchenette did not have heater units during my stay, so they were a few degrees cooler. You are in the basement (there are windows in the bedroom and bathroom areas), and there is a family living above you. I found the periodic noise of daily life comforting, but if someone is seeking monastic silence, they may be dissatisfied.
The location was a 20 minute walk pulling a small suitcase from the train/bus station - easy to find and walking on sidewalks. It is in a residential neighborhood, and once you get oriented, you realize that you are a 10 minute walk from the Odense Farmer’s Market and Montergarden (City Museum), both of which are not to be missed, and eateries. Mette was helpful to me in answering questions about the area, allowing me to do a small load of wash (I was on the second week of a five week trip), and approving my stay for an extra night.