New apartment in an old factory complex

New apartment in an old factory complex




Sep 2013

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

This wonderful apartment is on the first floor of an old factory complex that was completely renovated and built into multiple apartments in 2008. The apartment features a big bathroom (compared to other apartments in Copenhagen), a split kitchen and living room (family kitchen) and one bedroom with a king size bed. Through the wide Parisian style cafe doors in the kitchen there is direct access to a private patio in the courtyard of the building, where you can barbecue and enjoy a cold beer in the sun (during the summer there is sun until around 7pm). The apartment is located in the rear building of the complex which means it is completely shielded from traffic noise and the like - here you can enjoy a perfectly quiet night of sleep while being literally only a stone's throw away from all the fun you could ever want.

The bed is big enough for two people, while the couch may be used by a third - however, it may be a bit uncomfortable to sleep on for a week.

The apartment is located in the raw, hip and cultural part of Copenhagen called Vesterbro, right on the corner of the old meatpacking district that now houses numerous recognized restaurants and bars. You will find many beer and cocktail bars, traditional Danish pubs, restaurants, take aways, cafés and much more in this fantastic neighborhood.

You will find Dybbølsbro S-train station 400 metres (0.25 miles) away. Here all of the S-train lines will take you to Nørreport station (the main transportation hub of Copenhagen) in 7 minutes (3 stops), from where you can either walk to the old town of Copenhagen or switch to the Metro that will take you towards either Frederikberg or Amager. Next to Dybbølsbro S-train station you will also find the bus 1A that will take you directly to Kongens Nytorv and Nyhavn in 9 minutes (5 stops). If you prefer to walk you can easily do so - there is a 1 km (0.7 miles) walk to the Copenhagen Town Square where you will also find the beginning of Strøget (one of the longest shopping streets in the world). Obviously you can also decide to get around by bike like a true Copenhagener - you will find a bike rental close to the apartment that will let you rent a bike for 7 days for only 230 DKK (47 USD, 35 EUR).


More about us

  1. We are a couple that loves to travel

  2. Alex is in law school and works part time at a large law firm

  3. Kathrine studies physics and philosophy and works part time at the University of Copenhagen

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Mother, BioMio, PatéPaté, Fiskebaren
Cool bars
Fermentoren, Bakken, Jolene

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