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The Danish capital is ideal for a waterfront stay. Its harbour is clean enough to swim in, and the canalside neighbourhoods, islands and regenerated shipyards boast some fantastic houseboats and waterfront hotels. Hosts Jette and Jasper live at one end of this huge-but-snug barge, and rent out the other half with its own separate entrance.
Your quarters are on two levels linked by a ladder House boat hotel, with private sundeck, a sunny double bedroom, funky lounge and kitchen, and a proper shower room. You can borrow a bone-shaker bike, or take the nearby bus or waterbus into the city centre. Read this guide to see how much you could save during your trip! The well-insulated boat has a wood burner superhost Tony leaves plenty of firewoodso it makes a lovely bolthole in winter. You can hardly get more central than this quiet canal off the harbour, within walking distance of Tivoli and the main railway station, and right across from National Museet and Christiansborg Palace.
With a wood-clad interior, contemporary kitchen and a mix of vintage finds and modern furniture, the boat has two apartments for rent, each with a private entrance at either end of the boat. A good-value houseboat, sleeping two, with white-painted floors, industrial-style lighting and basic home comforts.
This accommodation veers more towards boat than house, but has electricity, running water, wifi, a full-length bath and a saltwater marine toilet, with further facilities, such as showers, nearby on dry land. Social worker, musician and superhost Thomas rents out a boat that sleeps two — and you get the whole place to yourselves. With varnished wood everywhere it has a nautical-but-homely feel and is in a small community with 20 other houseboats and ducks for neighbours.
A glam mini apartment on the water, this former Dutch barge has been stylishly converted with a separate bedroom and glossy black kitchen. Alternatively, the water ferry bus into the city centre stops about 1km away. Its fit-out is immaculate, with a high-spec kitchen, cast-iron woodburner, and polished wood everywhere. It still feels very much like being on a boat, though, with a double mattress tucked into the prow making an House boat hotel bed and a large sundeck for lounging.
Dipping its toes in the water, 71 Nyhavn fronts the harbour built by Christian IV inand has great views of the comings and goings along the waterway. A former 19th-century spice warehouse, it was converted into a hotel by artist and master builder Alf Arp-Hansen, who kept the original beams and hung a museum-quality collection of avant-garde art on its whitewashed walls.
From the hotel, you can go House boat hotel a stroll past the neighbouring historic port buildings and waterside restaurants, or take a canal tour from the jetty directly outside the front door.
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