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Find this homely and fully furnished Amsterdam apartment inside the city centre close to Anne Frank House and all of the picturesque central canals.
This third floor set apartment is the perfect home away from home with its fully furnished rooms and all of its familiar modern functions. It boasts a modern decor that successfully combines style and comfort to provide an attractive short stay hub for up to four people. The living area is soaked in natural daylight that travels in through the large windows which translates to a fantastic fresh and airy feel. Furniture includes a double sofa bed, a coffee table, a dining table with chairs and a well-equipped modern kitchen. The bonus of staying in a self-catering accommodation as this one is that you can have a very personal space and the convenience of enjoying the simple things like making a quick snack or putting your feet up on the sofa whenever you like. In being able to accommodate up to four people you will find a twin bedroom as well as the sofa bed to sleep up. Furthermore you will notice that the bathroom has both a shower unit and a bathtub.
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Love the apartment and love the location just as much; you can find this attractive short stay accommodation inside of Amsterdam’s stunning canal belt and more specifically in the trendy Jordaan district. Being set just down the road from Prinsengracht canal means that you are just a short walk away from the world-famous Anne Frank House, a popular tourist attraction that always has a queue at the entrance. Also down the road is Noorderkerk in front of which is a regular street market where you can buy groceries to stock up your apartment kitchen with. This church was built as the second in the Jordaan area to serve the growing population in the 17th century and in turn became the church for the common people while the first, Westerkerk which is right next to Anne Frank House was used by the middle and upper classes. Amsterdam Centraal Station, Dam Square and the Red Light District are about ten to fifteen minutes away on foot while the rest of the city is just a short tram ride away.