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Bright and pleasant, this attractive one bedroom apartment boasts a wonderful position in Amsterdam’s lively Pijp district, available for up to four guests.
Shielded from the tourist crowds, this premium short stay accommodation allows you to experience the city’s delights from a local’s perspective. Situated amidst a sociable, welcoming neighbourhood brimming with bars, cafes and restaurants, the dwelling ensures an authentic Dutch encounter to cherish.
Receiving ample natural light, the tranquil living and dining area offers a chance to unwind in pure comfort after the demands of the day, comprising of a double convertible sofa, a flatscreen TV and a tasteful dining table. The warm wooden floors and fresh white walls continue into the modern kitchen, which supplies all the essentials for preparing appetising dishes throughout your stay, just one of the many great benefits of renting a holiday apartment. Simply furnished and instantly inviting, the bedroom helps to facilitate a restful night’s sleep in the luxurious double bed and also comes equipped with ample storage space. Finally, the contemporary bathroom concludes this first rate lodging with a sink, toilet and shower unit.
Granting a genuine insight into typical city life, this Amsterdam apartment provides a base in one of the capital’s most charismatic quarters, De Pijp. Created in the 19th century as a response to the rising population, this affable district is highly regarded for its rich cultural diversity, laid back vibe and exceptional selection of amenities, which include countless restaurants, bars, cafes and stores. Home to some of Amsterdam’s finest eateries, the Pijp offers the ultimate base for culinary connoisseurs, with nearby examples including the two Michelin starred Ciel Bleu, the phenomenal dining in the dark venue of Ctaste, and the city’s favourite steak joint, Cafe Loetje.
Peaceful green spaces are also within easy reach, enabling a moment’s tranquillity in an otherwise bustling environment. The petite Sarphatipark, complete with a striking monument and a central lake, is closest to the accommodation although the verdant Oosterpark supplies a larger alternative just across the Amstel River. Home to numerous festivals throughout the summer months, this scenic sanctuary boasts one of Amsterdam’s least known yet most fascinating establishments secreted into its top right corner, the exceptional Tropenmuseum. Immensely popular with younger members of the family, this hugely underrated gem showcases dynamic exhibits relating to the colourful world of tropical culture, highly recommended for an enriching afternoon.