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E37 Møllestien, Aarhus

Møllestien (the mill lane) is a picturesque cobbled street right in the centre of the city of Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city. It is regarded by many as being the most beautiful street in Aarhus. The hollyhocks and rambling roses race each other to grow up against the tiny old half-timbered houses with their small-paned windows. Most of the houses were built in the 18th century and the whole street exudes ancient charm. The street itself has existed even longer – an archaeological dig in 2003 revealed pottery shards which were dated to the early middle ages – the time of the Vikings.
Møllestien 49 and 51 are the two smallest houses in the street (40 square metres is the total area of each house!). The ground floor has a kitchen, a bathroom and a living room and there is a bedroom on the 1st floor. (NB the staircase to the first floor is rather steep). Both houses have a little south-facing garden with garden furniture and an outdoor grill amid the flowerbeds.
Møllestien is situated in the centre of the city, only a few minutes walk from the cathedral, the art museum (Aros) and other attractions. Restaurants, a department store, supermarkets and greengrocers are also close by.

Number 49 has been retained in the original old style. There is a double bed on the first floor and there is a loft sleeping space for 1 or 2 children. It is also possible to sleep on a guest bed on the ground floor. The price is 900 DKK per night for 2 persons including bed linen and towels. Extra persons cost 200-300 DKK per person per night.

Number 51 has recently been totally renovated. There is a double bed on the first floor and a small loft sleeping space for a child. This house also has a washing machine for clothes. The price is 1000 DKK per night for 2 persons including bed linen and towels. Extra persons cost 200-300 DKK per person per night.

Both houses are non-smoking houses but you can smoke in the garden. Dogs are allowed in number 49 (price per night 100 DKK).
Secure car park to the 2 houses, 100 DKK per day. Regular price in the area is approximately 150 DKK per day.

open  1/1 - 31/12 

Contact information and booking:

Lissa Ladefoged
Møllestien 53
8000 Århus C

Tel: +45 8613 0632
Email: lissa@lissa.dk
Homepage: www.house-in-aarhus.com 

2 tiny town houses each with their own small back garden
Price per night at max. 2 persons: 900-1000 DKK
Extra bed: 200-300 DKK

We speak English

Wir sprechen deutsch


Own toilet /bath

Living room

TV/Radio

Refrigerator

Own kitchen

Non-smoking house

Internet access

Access to garden

Distance to golf course:
4 km

Fishing possibilities
800 m

Distance to beach
900 m

Distance to shopping
100 m

Distance to airport
41 km

Distance to train
900 m

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