This handsome, perfectly laid out and newly redecorated 3 bedroom mansion flat in an unbeatable location features stately high ceilings and original stucco. Experience Copenhagen in comfort and style. Sleeps 6 guests.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION >>
Beautifully decorated mansion flat in an unbeatable location: neighbour to Copenhagen's royal residence, Amalienborg Palace, and within easy walking distance of the Little Mermaid on the harbour front, Copenhagen's downtown pedestrian shopping streets and Nyhavn etc.
THE APARTMENT: PEACEFUL, COMFORTABLE >>
A handsome, perfectly laid out and newly redecorated flat with high ceilings, life in our much-loved home is very much centred around a large kitchen/dining room with an en suite sitting room. The flat has three double bedrooms, a large bathroom with a bath and a separate shower and an office.
The second-floor flat of a site dating back to the 1780s, this historic address was redeveloped as a bourgeois apartment building around 1890.
Like us, you are bound to enjoy the classical stucco ceilings, carved frames, great big windows and doors.
SOMETHING IN THE AIR >>
Although it doesn't get more central than this, the street we live in is the heart of a small exclusive and historic area built in the 1760s that you will appreciate for its tranquil aristocratic atmosphere, museums, auction houses and art galleries.
Enjoy the marching bands that parade past the palace daily, the changing of the guards at noon, the bells of the great Marble church, the Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky church and the Catholic cathedral. Bump into the Crown Prince on his bike - for real!
Living here, you feel part of living history. There is something in the air.
DIRECT METRO, 20 MINUTES TO THE AIRPORT >>
It's a five minute walk to Kongens Nytorv Metro station which takes you straight to the airport in less than 20 minutes. Bus stops are a two minute walk from the flat.
As guests in our home there are no house rules per se, except possibly that we don't accept pets and ask you to bear in mind that it's a quiet residential building not suited for party life.
We will meet you on arrival and show you how everything works, from the TV to the shower, though most things should be pretty simple and self-evident.
ARRIVING AT AMALIEGADE
Situated at the heart of Copenhagen, getting to Amaliegade from the airport or Copenhagen Central train station is fast and easy.
From Copenhagen Airport, take the Metro to Kongens Nytorv. There is only the one metro leaving from the airport so you can't go wrong. The journey takes about 10 minutes. From Kongens Nytorv you can either walk to Amaliegade or take bus 1A from across the street, on the side of the Royal Theatre. Get off the bus three stops down the road in front of the Medical Museion. Walk down Fredericiagade. and you are there.
From Copenhagen Central take bus 1A from the Tietgens Bro at the back of the station. Get off 10 minutes later at the stop in front of the Medical Museion. Walk down Fredericiagade. and you are there.
It is easy to find paid parking space in Amaliegade.
Fuse box and main switch can be found in the hall in the cupboard by the front door.
TOWELS & LINEN
Extra towels, linen, duvets and pillow cases can be found in boxes under the bed.
TEA TOWELS & NAPKINS
In cupboard under the worktop to the left of the fridge.
Can be found in worktop drawers left of the fridge.
There’s a CD player in the sitting room to the right of the TV and a large selection of classical, jazz, contemporary and world music CDs in the book cases behind the desk. Please be mindful of the neighbours and refrain from playing loud music after 22.00.
There is of course wifi internet in the house.
Rubbish bins and recycling can be found to the right as you leave the front door of the building.
QUESTIONS & ASSISTANCE
Hopefully your stay will be a smooth and enjoyable one with no problems.
However, if you do have questions or if there is anything we can help you with, don’t hesitate to contact us by email or phone. We will respond right away.
In emergencies, you are welcome to contact our neighbour.
For me the airbnb community has proven to be a successful outlet both for renting our house in France as well as for finding accommodation away from home when we have the opportunity to see more of the world.
It’s clearly a brilliant way of meeting and connecting with good and interesting people, and it goes without saying that as house guests we would be as respectful of your home as we hope and expect guests at our homes will be.
Based in my native Copenhagen, Denmark, with my partner, I work as a corporate journalist in the cleantech industry and do some creative writing on the side.
Taking my cue from Airbnb's recommendations, the five things I couldn't live without are probably my communication devices, books, music, travel and the people I love.
Favourite book: Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet. Favourite travel destination: Uzès, of course.
As an Airbnb host, because I enjoy sharing my own passion for and knowledge of Uzès so much, you can expect to rent from a person who takes a keen interest in making sure you enjoy your stay and will like his favourite French town as much as he does!