Newly renovated private home in historic landmark building from 1749. Uninterrupted parc view to the Kings Garden, marble fire place, 4 meter ceiling and yet...
Dejlige days in Copenhagen.
Dejlige days in Copenhagen.
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- 2 Bedrooms
- Sleeps 4
- 1 baths
About our home
Come and enjoy the lovely days in our town. Copenhagen. Our lovely apartment is located in the Centre of Copenhagen, in the old part of the town. It is called the Latin Quater. It is 140 m2, penthouse, New Yorker in 2 floors, with an open floor plan. It is the best place to stay to explore Copenhagen. The apartment is around 200 years old.
My husband renovated our apartment with great care, to bring it to the new age. There are many little cafes, restaurants, bars and parks just a stone throw away. And the flea market season has begun. One can find things from really tacky to very famous Danish designer items at affordable prices. so I find this quite unique. The area is very hip and trendy part of the Copenhagen. In Danish we say our apartment is very '' hyggeligt'' that means cozy.
We are interested in swopping during the month of August 2016 in France. For a week. We would like to take a road trip from Copenhagen to France. We have two dogs that usually travels with us. They are well behaved and does not bark.
A master bedroom. A King sized bed.
Second bedroom double bed.
Well equipped kitchen with designer fittings from Denmark and Italy.
Nespresso Coffee machine.
2 Cycles. ( The best way to see Copenhagen is on bikes )
Located on the fourth floor. Most old buildings in Copenhagen doesn't have lifts. Therefore it is a great way to keep fit.
No smoking in the apartment.
- Main home
- Cable TV
- No pets
More about us
- We are a couple. I am Sri Lankan and my husband is Danish.
- I am a freelance writer and currently trying to finish my first children's book. And Jonas is an engineer.
- We love sports and travel. I am a hockey player. Not Ice. :-)
Where is it?
- Buzzy restaurants
- Noma : Four times world's best restaurant.Torvehallerne SHARE It is not a supermarket – it is a super market. At Torvehallerne in Copenhagen, you will find over 60 stands selling everything from fresh fish and meat to gourmet chocolate and exotic spices, as well as small places where you can have a quick bite to eat.
- Cool bars
- Ruby In October 2015, Ruby was ranked 34 on the list of the world's 50 best bars. Nevermind is a LGBT bar, where you can party every day all year round. The party goes on into the early morning house. The bar never close before 06 in the morning - but if the party is going, the bartenders will keep the bar open.
- Cozy cafés
- Sankt Peder's Bakery is located in the Latin Quarter and can boast of being Copenhagen's oldest bakery. Conditori La Glace is the oldest and probably best confectionary in Denmark. Founded in the middle of old Copenhagen on the 8th of October 1870, it has through six generations delivered joy and quality to Copenhagen and its visitors.
- Retail therapy
- Strøget: The pedestrian street in Copenhagen is a maze of small and big streets with hundreds of shops and cafés. The pedestrian street
- Bit of culture
- At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen's most famous tourist attractions: The sculpture of The Little Mermaid. The Tivoli gardens: The 170-year-old amusement park in the heart of Copenhagen
- Walks in the park
- Ørstedsparken :The Ørstedparken is named after the Danish physicist who discovered electromagnetism: Hans Christian Oersted. There are two immensely popular playgrounds in the park.
- Spot of exercise
- The Lakes (Danish: Søerne) in Copenhagen, Denmark are a row of three rectangular lakes curving around the western margin of the City Centre, forming one of the oldest and most distinctive features of the city's topography. The paths around them are popular with strollers, bikers and runners.
- Day tripping
- Odense: Get to know the father of fairy tales on a Hans Christian Andersen day trip from Copenhagen. A day trip to North Zealand also known as the Danish Riviera. The area not only has three magnificent royal castles but offers resorts with sandy beaches, as well as lakes and unspoiled forests.
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