Welcome to three cosy doublerooms with singlebeds in an old and charming private house.We can also offer you extrabeds. Our Bed and Breakfast is situated in green and calm surroundings,near "Utterslev Mose". From airport you take the metro to Forum station and then direct bus 250S to Bellahøj(ca.45min)and City(ca.15min.)There is international TV in every room;alarm clock with radio.There is a common livingroom, where you can enjoy your breakfast. You can also find a kitchenette to make a meal and a waterboiler.There is also microwave;fridge and free coffee/the.There are two toilets, one with a bath. Access to garden; free, safe parking and shopping possibilities nearby. We talk fluently english and german. Minimum reservation two days.
3.2 on October 28, 2013
Very nice hosts, quiet neighborhood though a bit far from city center.
2.6 on September 17, 2013
This could be such a nice place to stay as long as you have your own transport as it is quite a way from the centre of Copenhagen. Unfortunately, the owner of the B&B was a little overly keen on chatting to us all about her private life, and I have a suspicion she overcharged us. I had read 400-450 DK per night on the website, but she asked us for 500 DK (twin room for two people). The room was fine and there was a fairly well equipped kitchen area, though no sink to wash up, However, our room was on the third floor while the shower room is very inconveniently located in the basement. The worst thing was that there is obviously a problem with the plumbing and the water is extremely slow to go down the drain; I ended up literally in a lake. My partner couldn't have a shower himself as it would have been nigh on impossible. A previous reviewer had posted a similar complaint and the owner said she had had the problem seen to. She did apologize and told me the plumber was due to come that same day, but to be honest I found it hard to believe.
1.8 on June 30, 2013
We stayed in multiple B&Bs throughout our extensive travels in Europe, USA and Canada. We like interact with the hosts and fellow travelers and learn something new about the life in different countries. With this idea in mind, we booked a B&B in Copenhagen. Apparently, the owners of this establishment had totally different ideas. The only interaction with the owner was at the time we checked in. We were presented with the bill for 5 nights instead of 3 we booked. This mistake was corrected when I showed my reservation. The other interaction with the owner was at the check out time when we waited for someone to return our key. Now, about our stay. The room was so small that we constantly bumped into each other. Impossible to open two small suitcases at once or to dress at the same time. Furniture Salvation-Army-Rejects quality. Two small lumpy pillows, mismatched old linens, two different discolored towels which could be used as sandpaper if you happened to need one during your travels. The door from the ancient wardrobe fell out when we first tried to open it. We put it against the wall, behind totally useless old tube TV and it remained there for the duration of our stay. The beds were never made, in fact, there was not much to be made - two old blankets in a cases two small to fit them in on top of very uncomfortable mattresses. Yes, it did have a small kitchenette and we were able to have breakfasts there. That was a plus. But being far from the center it did not make any sense to come back for any other meals. Our stay at Wille B&B changed our idea of staying in B&Bs in Denmark. We hope it was an exception rather than a rule but, still, you would not like to spoil the beginning of the exciting vacation this way. For all our other stays in Scandinavia we chose hotels. It was not much more expensive, considering beautiful breakfasts buffet they come with. In spite of this drawback, it was a wonderful trip and we loved Denmark.
4.0 on January 02, 2013
if you want to know a real danish house,sleep here. if you want to know a real danish family,know Wille´s family. if you want to see the most beauty danish woman,know Suzanne. My name is Derek and I was in this house for 3 nigths and I felt like in home,the owners do all to make you feel comfortable,is a really good experience :):)
4.4 on May 19, 2009
this B&B is in a nice area, close to the bus station, but not a walking distance to the center, so renting a bike can be a nice inexpencive way to get around! it is verry clenan and feels as a home away from home!! the rooms are romantic :-) and there is a lovely livingroom area! we didi not hav breakfast so no comment on that! :-) our hosts were very nice!!!
4.6 on September 26, 2008
Cordial welcome, cute rooms, very tastefully arranged, good possibility to make tee or coffee after a hard tourist day. Situated very calm. Good bus connection to the city centre. Disadvantage: bathroom is in the basement and needs refurbishment.
After the comment from one of our guests, we have overlooked our bathroom at once and hopefully everything is all right now. Also I want to add that we have a bathroom on the first floor, but only with toilet and washing facilities, and no shower.
Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH) - Copenhagen
From airport you take busno.250S to Bellahøj busstop, from there you can walk to Hjortholms Alle(10min.) or you take a cap.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV
Danish, English, German