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Beautiful house near the city

Copenhagen, Denmark
Entire townhouse hosted by Katrine Vrang
5 guests3 bedrooms4 beds1 bathroom
Entire home
You’ll have the townhouse to yourself.
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The best place to live if you need a place to live in Copenhagen during January, February, March and half of April. Peaceful and close to nature and yet close to everything in the city.

The space
This place is the closest you get to heaven! In Denmark at least. And I really mean it. Living here with kids is wonderful, we have the nicest neighbors, playgrounds nearby, almost no traffic, plenty of grocery stores, sufficient public transport, the centre of the city 4 kilometers away and the most beautiful nature just out side the door. Inside the house on the ground floor there is an open space kitchen and dining room combined with the living room, which means you can spend time together even when cooking and doing other stuff. Bath and toilet is on the ground floor as well. Upstairs there are three bed rooms (two of them are linked and has no door between them). The queen size bed in the master bedroom has a soft futon mattress and the bunk bed in the kids rooms has latex mattresses. There's also a crib in the master bedroom. There are only one door upstairs between the kids rooms. The master bedroom is combined with the stair case and one of the kids rooms. There's no bedroom on the ground floor, so if you can't walk up the stairs, you'll have to sleep in the living room, which is combined with the kitchen. The sofa is not comfortable for sleeping. But if you do need to sleep downstairs we have a 1,40x2m latex foldout bed for the purpose.

The house is really perfect for a family and people who are very close.

Guest access
You can use the porches on both sides of the house. If you have kids they can use the toys lying around the common area, but not the toys and bikes that are lying on other people’s porches. That also means that things you found should be put back on the common area.

Other things to note
* Using the high beds in the kids rooms is at own risk. Do not let your children play in these beds. It is possible to make a bed on the floor instead if you wish.
* The bathroom is quite small and the access to the shower is narrow.
The best place to live if you need a place to live in Copenhagen during January, February, March and half of April. Peaceful and close to nature and yet close to everything in the city.

The space
This place is the closest you get to heaven! In Denmark at least. And I really mean it. Living here with kids is wonderful, we have the nicest neighbors, playgrounds nearby, almost no traffic, plenty o…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 single bed, 1 sofa bed
Bedroom 3
1 single bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Wifi
Kitchen
Dryer
Hair dryer
Washing machine
TV
Iron
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Copenhagen, Denmark

"Sydhavnen" is a quite special neighborhood in Copenhagen. It's kind of isolated and has the sense of village in a city. It's surrounded by water, wild nature, allotment gardens, older and newer appartement houses, a small square and big roads. There are lots of things to do, if you wanna stay in the area.
"Tippen" is a huge wild park just 200 meters from our front door. And "Valbyparken" is also just around the corner, there you'll find a huge nature playground for kids. There's also an outside training trail with all kinds of exercise equipment. If you want to go swimming, there are some wonderful public swimming facilities. The harbour bath in Teglholmen and Bavnehøjbadet (swimming pool) are out door and Valby Vandkulturhus is indoor and are all 2-3 kilometers away.
"Dyremarken" (The Animal Field) has horses, chicken, sheep and alpacas, and kids from the neighborhood can have their own rabbit. There's a community centre "Karens Minde", cafe and library right next to "Dyremarken", where there often are concerts and other arrangements, for example drop in yoga.
"Irma" is the best supermarket, it has all the organic and healthy stuff plus quality wine and chocolate. Quite expensive, but the closest to home. "Superbrugsen" is also very close, the have real nice bread and everything you really need, prices are midrange. "Fakta" on Mozarts plads is very cheap but has organic groceries too, just not as many, and it's also not that far away.
"Rallys" is a very cosy Copenhagen style cafe where you can enjoy well-brewed coffee, pastries, different danish beers and a nice meal if you're hungry. There are a few restaurants in the area: a couple of grill bars, pizzarias and indian take aways but if you want to eat really nice food you should go to the neighborhood Vesterbro and try out many of the hip restaurants and bars in "Kødbyen". It's 10-15 minutes by bus, ten minutes by bike, 5 by car, but it's hard to find parking and expensive to park so take the bus and grab a cab on the way back.
Other great bars: Mikkeller (world famous beer bar), Warpigs (also owned by Mikkeller), Dyrehaven, Riesen (open till late and you can smoke), Blomsten (very danish "bodega" but cosy). Places to listen to live music in Vesterbro: Vega (big venue), Ideal Bar (small venue), Mandela (world/jazz venue), Bremen (stand up shows and bigger concerts),
If you want to go shopping for clothes, jewellery and accessories the streets Istedgade and Værnedamsvej have nice little shops with danish and local designers. All the franchise brands are located at "Strøget" ind the city centre and at the Copenhagen Mall "Fisketorvet" which isn't far either. There's a huge cinema too and movies are not dubbed.
If you have kids, you simply need to go to "Tivoli" in the city centre. And you'll enjoy it too. If you are in town on a Saturday night, you might enjoy the fireworks over Tivoli.
If you want to see exotic animals we have a pretty nice zoo 4 kilometers away.
"Sydhavnen" is a quite special neighborhood in Copenhagen. It's kind of isolated and has the sense of village in a city. It's surrounded by water, wild nature, allotment gardens, older and newer appartement hou…

Hosted by Katrine Vrang

Joined in July 2013
  • 10 Reviews
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I live in Copenhagen with my family which of course is my favorite thing in the world. It consist of me, my husband Niklas, and my three children, Rolf who is 10 years old, Søs who is 6 and Uno who was born October 2018. We live in a small house not far from the city center, and my brother and his family lives in the same neighborhood. Our other neighbors are friends and some of them have been our friends long before we moved in, so the area is like a family village to us. But also people who are here on holiday tell us they feel the vibe! The house is quite new, built in 2008 by ONV arkitects, and is a low energy house with "Genvex" which cleans the air so it's ideal for people with allergies. We love to travel, and we always stay in Airbnbs because it feels so much more comfortable when traveling as a family. Our last long distance trip was two months in Thailand in April and May 2019. In winter and spring 2017 we did a trip to Japan, Vietnam, Singapore and Australia. We have enjoyed these voyages so much, and especially the hospitality we’ve been met with in all of these wonderful places. When we are at home I work as a school teacher with kids of the age 14-17. I teach languages (danish, english, german and french), film and media and drama. I also do crafts like sewing, knitting and crocheting. My husband is a graphic designer and musician. He does beautiful artwork and graphic design, mainly art for music related stuff like covers, posters, live visuals, but also books and website illustrations and his list of bands is long, and he toured all over the world with Slaraffenland and Efterklang. Now he mainly work as a designer which is wonderful because he can bring his work when we travel.
I live in Copenhagen with my family which of course is my favorite thing in the world. It consist of me, my husband Niklas, and my three children, Rolf who is 10 years old, Søs who…
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  • Languages: Dansk, English, Français, Deutsch, Svenska
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House rules
Check-in: 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Check out: 10:00 am
Self check-in with lockbox
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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