We have a lovely house in the centre of Amsterdam built in 1747.
15 meters from the Prinsengracht (canal) it's situated in one of the oldest streets of Amsterdam.
We have a 4 story house, but all live concentrates around our large living-kitchen.
Our house is large and has two bedrooms and a study. We have two rooms with King sized beds (181- 210 cm.)
A typical Amsterdam historical house has lots of stairs. This also means we have two bathrooms and two toilets.
2nd floor: kitchen. dining room and balcony;
3rd floor: A study room, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom; bedroom: 1 King sized bed 180 x 210 cm.
4rd floor: 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom; bedroom: 1 King sized bed 180 x 210 cm.
Off course we have WiFi / internet, computer and printer that you can use.
The house is a 10 minutes walk from the central station. We always take the train to the airfield and back. If you come by car, you can unload your stuff. You don't need a car.You can walk, take trams or use our bicycles, as we do. We can advise you were to leave your car in the meantime.
What you can do in the Amsterdam City Centre? To much to mention! Take a look at our guide.
Things to do Some highlights:
- Go to the Noorder markt on Saturday (behind our house, near the big church)
- Walk down the canals. You pass the Ann Frank House if you follow the Prinsengracht.
- Rent an electric boat, with or without skipper and organize your own canal-trip (bring your own wine and bread)
- Scheepvaartmuseum (Maritime museum. Very nice and visit the 17 th century VOC-ship Amsterdam)
- The Rijksmuseum (with Rembrandts most famous paintings)
- The Van Gogh museum
- Drink a beer in the evening in Jazz cafe Alto near the Leidscheplein and walk back following the Prinsengracht.