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Four people can enjoy the modern surroundings inside this traditional Amsterdam house with beamed ceilings and wide windows; located centrally near Anne Frank House.
Amsterdam’s old canal houses are a treat from the outside and once you step inside this one you won’t be disappointed with the interior either. You will find 70 square metres of glorious space in the apartment. This modern short stay apartment is a delight to stay in for a leisure or business visitor. Located on the first floor it has a fantastic airy and fresh ambiance with much natural lighting thanks to the number of large windows. Four people have plenty of space for sleeping, relaxation and enjoyment with the two large twin bedrooms and an open plan living and dining room. Another great space is the bathroom which is well-maintained and has both a bathtub and shower so that you can pick and choose as time allows. The kitchen is a delight too with its modern style and functions. Throughout the apartment are white walls and a brown laminate floor with a great mix of modern and traditional furniture such as the grey sofa and the dark and tall chest of drawers next to it. In the middle of the living room is a white rug with black spots imitating the famous Dutch cattle that you see on many postcards.
This fabulous short stay Amsterdam apartment is located in the central Jordaan district and just seconds from Noorderkerk which is one of the two churches in the district. In front of the church is a small square where there is a regular Monday market and an organic farmer’s market on Saturdays where you can pick up some great produce to enjoy in the apartment. Prinsengracht, one of Amsterdam’s most famous canals, is next to the square. This area, especially the canals, is great to explore on foot so that you can enjoy the sites in your own time. You can also tour the canals as there are a number of boat tour companies running in the city. The famous Anne Frank House museum is on this canal and only an eight minute walk away in the southern direction. The picturesque Brouwersgracht canal is also a two minute walk away and has a number of charming humpback bridges to take pictures on and cafes by it to set down in. Amsterdam Centraal Station is only a fifteen minute walk away or eleven by bus 22.