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Offering modern lodgings for up to six guests, this charming three bedroom apartment occupies a prime position with Amsterdam’s Jordaan district.
Oozing a sense of style and sophistication, this apartment is conveniently situated within a popular area of the city and is within easy reach of a number of must see sights and attractions. Boasting a split level design, the apartment provides the perfect base from which your explorations can begin.
The living room, which is furnished with a comfy sofa, two large armchairs, a coffee table and a flatscreen television with DVD player, features beautifully exposed ceiling beams and authentic wooden floors. The contemporary kitchen is fully equipped with all of the necessary appliances needed to prepare a home cooked meal, which can be enjoyed together with your companions at the elegant dining table.
With a double bed, four single beds and several wardrobes between them, each of the apartment’s three bedrooms emits a tranquil ambiance in which you can rest and unwind. A luxurious bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, sink, bathtub and separate shower enclosure, naturally completes this charming accommodation.
Perfectly positioned within the sought after Jordaan district of Amsterdam, a neighbourhood which is loved by locals and tourists alike, this apartment is within close proximity to a collection of chic boutiques, charming cafes, trendy bars and fine dining establishments. Many of the city’s famous landmarks can also be found close by, including the Jordaan’s two magnificent churches – the Noorderkerk (North Church) and the Westerkerk (West Church). Both churches were built in the 1600s, when the area was created, and were designed by the architect Hendrick de Keyser. Each one boasts some truly impressive architecture and both are definitely worthy of a visit.
A short walk away from the apartment, along the banks of the majestic Prinsengracht Canal, will lead you to one of Amsterdam’s most popular attractions, the fascinating Anne Frank House Museum. It was within a secret annex, to the rear of this very house, that Anne Frank wrote her iconic diary, whilst she and her Jewish family hid themselves from the Nazis during World War II. The museum allows visitors the opportunity to explore the building and learn about what life was like for the family during such harrowing times.