Lissa Ladefoged, Møllestien 53, 8000 Aarhus C
Møllestien is a picturesque cobbled street in the heart of Aarhus. Many call it the prettiest street in Aarhus. In summer the hollyhocks and roses grow up against the tiny ancient houses with their small-paned windows and half-timbered walls. Most of the houses were built in the 18th century, and the whole street exudes old world charm. The street itself has existed for even longer. In 2003, in connection with archaeological excavations, pottery shards were found and dated to the late Viking period - early Middle Ages.
Møllestien 49 and 51 are the street's two smallest houses (about 40 square meters) each with a living room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor and a bedroom on the first floor. The stairs to the first floor are quite steep. Both houses have a small south-facing garden with flowers and garden furniture and an outdoor barbeque.
Møllestien is right in the centre of Aarhus between the Aros Art Museum and the Cathedral, and a short walk from shops, restaurants, cafes and museums.
Number 49: DKK 900 per night for 1-2 persons
including bed linen and towels - DKK 5,400 per week.
Number 51: DKK 1000 for 1-2 persons including bed linen and towels - DKK 6,000 per week.
For both houses:
Extra person: Child DKK 200 per night.
Adult: DKK 300 per night.
Bookings for only one night: DKK 300 extra.
Both houses are non-smoking houses, but you are welcome to smoke in your own garden.
There is one parking space available in a locked car park at a cost of 200 kroner per day. The normal parking charge in this area is about 150 - 300 kroner per day.
If you stay in no. 49 it is possible to bring your dog for an extra charge.
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