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Family house in Denmark/Aalborg
Family house in Denmark/Aalborg
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- 3 Bedrooms
- Sleeps 3
- 2 baths
About our home
We are a couple travelling with 2 of our 3 children in the age of 17, 12 and 10, who live in Ferslev - A village near Aalborg.
Our home is spacious and comfortable, especially for young families with children. The house is a regular 152 square meter single plan house from 1983. It has 4 bedrooms, 3 of them are children’s rooms. It has 2 bath rooms with a bathtub in one of them. The kitchen (dishwasher, fridge, stove and microwave) is with an eating area. There is also a utility room, with a washing machine and a tumble drier.
There are two TVs (with cable), DVD (only few films), video, a stereo, a computer with ADSL (WLAN) internet (8000/768), printer.
The garden is relatively large. There is also a carport with a tool shed, where the freezer is located.
The house is located at the end of a blind road. There are some green public areas just next to the house.
We are non smokers and would prefer it if you didn’t smoke inside the house.
Ferslev is placed just south of Aalborg, only 3 km from the motorway E45.
Ferslev is a small quiet village (approximately 800 inhabitants). It has some playgrounds, and an area for soccer. The neighbours are very friendly and helpful.
Close to Ferslev there is Poulstrup Sø (4 km), which is recreational area for the citizens of Aalborg, and the surrounding area (it is also for tourists ;-). In Svenstrup (4km) it is possible to buy all the needed things for a normal household. Aalborg Storcenter (6 km) is the biggest shopping centre in northern Jutland. Aalborg C. (12 km) offers several opportunities, such as the famous “Jomfru Ane Gade”, museums, theatre, restaurants, pedestrian streets with old houses and shops, fun-centre, the Aalborg tower, bowling and swimming baths.
Rebild bakker (20 km) is mostly known for the yearly 4th of July celebration. It is a relatively large public area, with museum, restaurants, hills, woods, and open land. It is perfect for a family trip, when the weather allows it.
The beaches of the western coast (45 km) are known as the best sand beaches of Denmark. A lot of young people come during the summer. The beach is so wide and long, that there is plenty of room for everybody (Some places it is allowed to drive on the beach). On the eastern coast (35 km), there are some nice beaches that are perfect for families with small kids.
We do also have other ideas for places to visit in Jutland, so please ask, and we can guide you.
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We are a couple: Randi (42), Sune (38), travelling with two kids Malene (12) and Søren (10). Sune has a Master of Science, and is working for Intel.
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