About This Listing
Come stay at our wonderful, cool and comfy Copenhagen flat from 1905.
Located on a quiet side street in the lively Copenhagen neighbourhood of Nørrebro, known for its rebellious character, Michelin-starred restaurants and wonderful wine bars.
The kitchen gets lots of light, especially in the morning. The second hand dining table is extendable at both ends and seats up to 8 people, if necessary.
Wonderful flat in the central Nørrebro neighbourhood of Copenhagen. Centrally located, but on a quiet side street.
Ideal for a couple, with or without 1-2 kids, or a small group of friends. It's no Ritz, but it's cool, comfy and very conveniently located.
The homely flat is in a classic Copenhagen apartment block from 1905, and we've furnished it with cinema chairs, other random gems and heirlooms.
Here you can relax and feel like home!
*Bedroom with queen-size bed and desk
*Living room with large couch, cinema chairs, coffee table, lots of books
*Large, fully-equipped kitchen with dining table that seats up to 8 people
*Newly renovated Copenhagen-style bathroom (i.e. small)
Guests will be able to enjoy the entire flat, except for a small walk-in closet.
Interaction with Guests
We try to form a personal bond with all our guests. But we will not disturb you during your stay and generally do our best respect your privacy.
The flat is situated at the centre of the Nørrebro, a traditilnal working class neighburhood now at the forefront of Copenhagen's food and culture revival.
*200 m from the berlinesque Jægersborggade street with its cool cafes, great shopping and 1-star Michelin restaurant Relæ, "the low-end Noma".
*200 m from the hustle and bustle of the main street of Nørrebro, Nørrebrogade, with it's tons of kebab joints, atmospheric greengrocers and occasional flea markets.
*2000 m to the medieval city with the Amalienborg Royal Palace, Rundetårn, Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn, house of parliament etc.
*50 m from the beautiful Assistens Cemetery, where you can stroll, run or picnic, while remembering some of the greats buried here, including poet Hans Christian Andersen, philosopher Søren Kierkegaard and Nobel laureate Niels Bohr.
*1200 m to the open air cafés at Blågårdsgade and Skt. Hans Torv.
*Approx. 35 mins/36 DKK from the airport with public transport
*Approx. 20 mins/24 DKK from the central station with public transport or 35 min walk
Public transport connections are very good.
The 5A bus, which will take you anywhere you want to go, stops 200 meters from our front door, and the airport is only 35 minutes away.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you'll need, including coffee grinder, juicer and popcorn machine :-D
Nice apartment in a great location. It is very easy to get around the city. We found we used the bus a lot. They aware regular and only a short ride to Norreport station.
We didn't meet Johanna and Lasse, but they conveniently left the keys at a near by coffee shop. Which worked well.
The apartment was very clean and tidy with everything we needed to enjoy our stay.
This was a lovely flat on the fourth floor. Clean, tidy, lots of interesting books and a nice place to explore Copenhagen from. We really enjoyed the local Lalibela Ethiopian restaurant and coffee shops. Thank you Lasse and Johanna for sharing your apartment!
It was a great experience! If we could we would stay in Johanna and Lasse House! We miss the city already! All was clean and nice. Warm and the water too even in winter. Near of all in a quiet and beautiful neighborhood. We already want to come back! Thank you for the nice welcoming.
Johanna og Lasse er, som værter, ekstremt venlige, nemme og fleksible, og vi følte os meget hjemme i deres lejlighed. Alt foregik uden problemer, hvilket gjorde vores ophold virkelig trygt og behageligt. Lejligheden er placeret i nærheden at alt det, man kunne ønske sig (indkøb, gode caféer/barer, posthus, offentlig transport etc.), parkering er altid til at finde (og så er det gratis), gaden er rolig, og området er fuldt af liv.
Johanna og Lasses lejlighed er perfekt, hvis man leder efter et hyggeligt, rent og hjemmeligt sted at bo. Vi boede i lejligheden i 4 dage, men vi ville ønske, at vi kunne have blevet meget længere. :) Vi giver vores varmeste anbefalinger - og vi kunne bestemt finde på at booke den igen, næste gang vi mangler et sted at bo i København.
Me and my partner stayed at Johanna & Lasse's lovely flat over New Year. Being on the 5th floor meant we had an incredible view of all the many Copenhagen fireworks!
The flat was in a great location. We walked a lot during our holiday and found that it was a perfect base to get to loads of awesome parts of Copenhagen. It also charmingly decorated and very comfortable - especially the squishy sofa, perfect for snuggles - and we felt very welcome there. We played one of the provided board games and found that a lovely additional touch.
When we arrived, a fuse had blown and it meant there was no electricity. This can happen at any time but is especially devastating after flight delays and a long journey! However, Johanna & Lasse sorted it out very quickly and we had electricity back on within an hour. We were so grateful for such incredible service.
One small note: this flat is on the 5th floor up a LOT of stairs (almost 70!) so that is worth noting that if your mobility is limited.
We have nothing but praise and grateful thanks for letting us stay and cannot recommend this cute and cozy flat strongly enough. Perfect for the hygge life!
Excellent apartment in a friendly and laid-back area of Copenhagen. Hosts were welcoming and friendly. Felt like a real 'home from home' with everything needed for a shirt stay (or even a longer one). Highly recommended.
About the Host, Johanna & Lasse
We are a Danish-Swedish couple in our twenties, who loves travelling. We look forward to meeting you, and if we're in town, we will be happy to show you around a bit and tell you about our lovely neighbourhood.
However, we share our time between Copenhagen, Stockholm and rest of the world, and will usually make our flat available for travellers from all over, when we are ourselves out of town.
Johanna is a Stockholm-born entrepreneur working in the field of chess and children — and a graduate of the Kaospilot school of leadership and social entrepreneurship.
Lasse is born and raised in Copenhagen and works as a journalist, covering Danish politics. Lasse enjoys Good food, wine and travelling and among his most recent trips are San Francisco, New Orleans and Cadiz.
We hope to see you soon and make you feel like home!
This tiny Greek restaurant one minute from our flat is always full of people who come for hearty meals at low rates - not great dining experiences.Jagtvej CPH Capital Region of Denmark 2200
Behind the counter of this tiny bakery you will both find some of the city’s best bread and pastry, and arrogant attendants, who are too cool to smile at somebody as mediocre and uninspiring as you.Jægersborggade København Hovedstaden 2200
Modern Michelin-starred restaurant in nearby Jægersborggade. Natural wines etc.Jægersborggade København Hovedstaden 2200
Very nice cafe on Jægersborggade, which has a number of good places to eat drink and shop. Cosy, decent prices and even a simple but tasty selection of food.Jægersborggade CPH Capital Region of Denmark 2200
The world-class micro-brewery Mikkeller has just opened a bar 2 mins from our flat. It is good :-)Stefansgade CPH Capital Region of Denmark 2200
Meat and seafood. Delicious. Reasonably priced. Popular. Cool set-up.Sjællandsgade Copenhagen Capital Region of Denmark 2200
The supermarket, where we get most of our groceries from.Jagtvej København N Hovedstaden 2200
The Nordic Breadhouse is a bakery and restaurant famous for its wood-fired stone oven. The bread and cheap dinner is delicious and brunch in the sidewalk sun is spectacular.Rantzausgade Copenhagen Capital Region of Denmark 2200
The small Saboteur serves excellent natural and organic wines and delicious charcuterie at cheap prices in a friendly and informal setting. Lasse goes all the time.
The waiters are dreadlocked and barefoot at the very reasonably priced cafe We Met Through The Window.Heimdalsgade Copenhagen Hovedstaden 2200
Very good local and international produce and delicacies. Probably the closest thing Copenhagen has to a farmer’s market.Frederiksborggade København Hovedstaden 1360
Charming French restaurant. Simple but great food and wine at very reasonable prices, in a nice setting. Service it not always up to par though, but you cant get everything, can you?Martensens Alle Frederiksberg C Hovedstaden 1828
FISH, FISH, FISH. And a bit of meat. Good food and coctails. In the revived meatpacking district. Bib gourmand. Nordic.Flæsketorvet Copenhagen Capital Region of Denmark 1711
Johanna used to work at this excellent bar in the meatpacking district. Lively local hangout. Unpretentious and crowded. Good place to party.Flæsketorvet København Hovedstaden 1711
This one is a real insiders tip. Run by aficionados rather than professional chefs, Il Buco serves up excellent Italian fare. Brooklynesque setting, set menus, low prices, great wine, booking advisedNjalsgade Copenhagen Hovedstaden 2300
Probably the best meal Lasse has had since dining at 3-star restaurants in Burgundy. Matt Orlando (La Bernadin, The Fat Duck, Noma) cooks up nordic fusion. Book 60 days in advance or go for table 153.Refshalevej Copenhagen Hovedstaden 1432