Nice small house in the countryside close to Aarhus

Nice small house in the countryside close to Aarhus

Mett Marri

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

We live in a small and cosy terrace house with two bedrooms - one is a childrens room with a high bed, the other is a bedroom with a double bed. We can add another bed if you are four travelling together. Our home also includes an open kitchen with adjoining livingroom and a nice and quiet garden which is very enjoyable in the summertime. We have one bathroom with a shower.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We live in a small family of two: Mett Marri is a psychologist working as a consultant, 40 years, and the mother of Signe, who is 13 years old, likes to read, listen to music and go to the beach. We both like to dance flamenco, and will love to go to Spain to watch it for real - but other places sunny and warm, and with a beach nearby, could also tempt us. We will of course take very good care of your property, as we will expect you to do of ours. We also have a cute cat named Luna, and we hope you will take good care of her.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Our neighbourhood is quiet and very friendly. The village is very small and you will need a car to get to the nearby town for shopping or to the city of Aarhus (our car will be optional). The beach is 20 minutes away and the city of Aarhus with a very interesting cultural life and many good restaurants and also exciting activities for children is 25 minutes away. Going to Denmark - especially if you bring children - you should visit Legoland, an amusement Park build of lego bricks! and you should also go to Skandinavisk Dyrepark, where you can experience 20 Nordic species close up in a natural environment. Both these attractions are only 1 hour from our home. Of course, there are many more interesting places to go and we would be happy to tell you about them!

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