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Frederiksberg is known as one of the most attractive and charming neighborhoods in Copenhagen.
You will experience our spacious and newly renovated apartment, which will provide you with a cozy and beatiful home during your stay in Copenhagen.
In the kitchen you'll find a big refrigerator with freezer, a stove with oven and hotplates, microwave and a dishwasher. Complimentary tea and coffee.
In the bedroom there will be a closet available for your clothes. As in the bathroom there will be room for your stuff.
Wi-fi and TV included.
In the backyard you will find containers for garbage.
You can wash your clothes if needed just across the street at the laundry. No booking needed.
As a guest you have full acces to the entire apartment and the backyard.
Interazione con gli ospiti
As we will be travelling, your contact person during your stay will be our friends Heidi and Mads. You will be given the contact information upon the arrival.
No smoking indoors. If you smoke, you can use the backyard.
No pets allowed.
Please clean before leaving (utility to do so is located in the closet beneath the sink).
If any problems should occur please contact one of the contact persons.
Cancella la prenotazione fino a 24 ore prima del viaggio per ottenere un rimborso totale. Puoi cancellare la prenotazione anche entro 24 ore dal tuo arrivo, ma la prima notte non verrà rimborsata.
We are a young couple, Casper and Charlotte, living in the charming Frederiksberg in the heart of Copenhagen.
Casper works at an insurance company investing his clients' pension funds.
Charlotte works at a nearby hospital as a physiotherapist.
We are both very active people and we usually have a busy life, working, exercising and spending time with friends and family.
We love to travel and experience the world together. This includes backpacking in far-away countries as well as spending weekends in european cities.
As we travel around the world, we hope you will enjoy our beautiful city and take good care of our home.
As a famous danish writer onces said: "At rejse er at leve" - "To travel is to live".