About this listing
The room is light and quiet with no street noise. The room include a bed 140 cm., a cupboard for your clothes, a desk and some comfortable chairs. From the room there is a very nice view to the garden, some old houses and the Marble Church.
You have access to kitchen for light meals, I can also serve you breakfast for 7 € (50 Dkr) a person per day.
Access to wi fi and radio with ipod station. Bedlinen and towels included.
There is a lift up to my appartment.
The building is from 1964 but is located in the old part of Copenhagen very close to the royal palace, the water front with the Little Mermaid, museums, parks, shopping area, restaurants (Danish as well as ethnics - cheap as well as cuisine), cafees and fast food places. You will be within walking distance to almost all attractions.
There is a beautiful view to the Marble Church from the room.
There are two bus lines (1A and 26) less than 50 metres away. Less than 10 min walk to Østerport Train Station for traffic all over Denmark (including the Airport and Sweden) and also less than 10 min walk (few minutes with bus) to Kongens Nyttorv Metro station for the Airport.
The host - I am a pensioned social anthropologist who have been a (website hidden) host for several years and have hosted for free many guests from different nationalities and cultures who gave me a good time and many interesting conversations. Now my economy has become a little strained why I have started to practice paid bed and breakfast.
no smoking in the flat.
Lotte was there to welcome us and explain everything. She was so kind and very attentive to our needs and questions. She was wonderful to visit with. The room was in an ideal location in town. We were provided with everything we were told. Beautiful place. Warm and inviting
Kirsten's flat was so well-suited to visiting Copenhagen. It was perfectly located near Amalienborg, Rosenborg, the art museum, the Marmorkirken, public transit, and grocery stores. And the flat itself has everything needed for a comfortable stay. Best wishes to Kirsten and her daughter Liselotte who assisted our stay, making for a lovely visit.
Kirsten was unfortunately at the hospital. Her daughter was kind enough to let us in and inform us about the rules and near-by attractions.
I stayed here very recently after booking this place a fair few months ago. Since then while Kirsten was recovering in the hospital, I was let in my Lisalotte (Kirsten's daughter). Thanks for all the recommendations for Copenhagen - they truly improved my trip.
The place is very centrally located and a few minutes walk from a metro station. Lots of groceries, parks and restaurants in the area.
The best bit was the view of the beautiful church as you wake up - what a stunning dome.
Best wishes and hope for Kirsten's quick recovery.
We had a great time in Copenhagen based at Kirsten's home. It was the perfect location for us to explore the city and easy access re transport. We did not want for anything in the apartment and Kirsten's daughter Liselotte was only a text away if we had any questions. We loved our time in Copenhagen.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Kirsten's flat. Unfortunately Kirsten had been in an accident and was still hospitalized but her daughter, Liselotte greeted us and made us feel most welcome.
The flat was perfect for the needs of a couple and comfortably furnished. The location is convenient and we felt like locals after a day or two. Oscar's cafe around the corner serves a tasty dinner and there are grocers nearby to buy food for eating in.
Our heartfelt prayers go out to Kirsten and her family as they wait for her recovery. If good fortune allows her to continue hosting, a stay in Kirsten's flat will provide fond memories for years to come.
Lovely stay. Kirstens daughter Liselotte hosted us and was very warm and helpful. Highly recommended.
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About the Host, Kirsten
I am fond of travelling to see and know other cultures and peoples and I like good conversations for mutual inspiration and new knowledge. I have worked - as an anthropologist doing research in Egypt for about 6 years and two years in Sudan for UN. I am interested in history, philosophy and religion and like to read - scientific as well as fiction and crime books. I am fond of kilims and have furnished my flat with them. My music interest covers foremost classical music but also folk music from around the world. I am divorced but in good contact with my exhusbond. We have a daughter and a grandson, three years old who means a lo to me.