City house, 2 floors, walking distance to Babette, Borg Center, and beach.
84 square meters: Small hall, stairs to 1st floor, and 2 bed rooms. Each bed room has two single beds 80cm x 200cm movable to 160cm x 200cm.
From the hall you find the kitchen, bathroom, and the huge living room with dining table for 8 persons, and a cozy lounge area with TV.
From the living room you pass to the separate 3rd large master bedroom with two single beds 80cm x 200cm movable to 160cm x 200cm.
From the kitchen you pass to an outdoor and very blue living room with roof.
Wifi of course, who can live without?
You have the entire house including the outdoor room.
Interaction with guests
My interaction with you depends on what you need. I am always on my mail
Other things to note
Check in and out is flexible, but if there is a conflict of interest between arriving - and leaving guests on the same day, I usually resolve it by asking my guests to check out at 10.30 the latest and check in at 13.30 the earliest.
No high heels on the wooden floors
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Existential psychologist and author. Born on 4th of July.
Former officer in the Army, nowadays a Master in Psychology (most famous book: "When Work Means Meaning"), and always with a passion for houses:
I have three places at Airbnb:
1. My mansion villa in Southern Zealand, Vordingborg C; one family is living in the rest of the house. My part has 2 floors and 3 bedrooms and an outdoor room too. The interior architect is Susan Thydal. I sometimes live in this house, when not joining my husband to Greenland, where we prefer to live in the middle of nature and nothing in our tiny house in Qoornoq near The Greenland Ice Cap.
Can be booked here: https://www.airbnb.dk/rooms/19757535
2. Our Middle Age House in the inner center of Copenhagen, built in 1734. I used to work here, and so did two other business psychologist. There are lot of space, 270 sqm on 5 floors, and the entire house is for you. Enjoying the distance of zero to Rundetårn, Gråbrødretorv, Regensen, and the walking streets, while living in the middle of old history is very special for most people: https://www.airbnb.dk/rooms/5275789. Architect and interior architect, Pernille Agerholm, has helped us here.
3. My Apartment in Lyngby/Copenhagen; I used to work there as a supervisor to Danish Television Guys, who felt the living as being famous being a hard nutshell to krack. It is tiny and cozy and can easily host mom and dad and a couple of kids on a lower budget than the famous ones have; https://www.airbnb.dk/rooms/5530832.
I grew up in a multi-ethnic context, because (though not a Catholic myself) I went to the Catholic school where children from many many different countries were my friends. - Knowing that "the whole world" can have a pleasant stay in my houses add meaning to my life. The same feeling of sharing that I have at Ravelry, if you know that community.