18th Century Groundfloor Canal House with patio/garden
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With its picturesque canal view, rich history and modern design, this 2 floor house is a unique city destination. Each area of Amsterdam has its own character and charm. This listed monument dating back to the 18th century, and completely renovated, is truly a quiet retreat and a hidden treasure. Situated directly in the heart of the city, the oldest and most beautiful part of town, this canal house is part of Amsterdam’s iconic Canal Ring and listed as a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. “Home away from home” as our guests would say. Two floors of pure luxury in a great amount of privacy. The main entrance is at the charming Singel canal side. The entrance hall with typical high ceilings and authentic marble floor lead you into our spacious living room with lots of natural daylight and a private patio at the back side of the house. Connecting to the modern and well equipped kitchen with dining area at the front of the house, set the ambiance on the ground floor. A real highlight is the typical Dutch view from your dining table: overlooking the canal. The kitchen features a Nespresso coffee machine, kettle, microwave, refrigerator, stovetop and dishwasher for those guests that do not wish to dine out every night. The two bedrooms are situated one floor below and are carefully decorated and designed with both private en suite bathrooms. The master bedroom does come with a large bathroom with bath, shower and toilet. The second bedroom does have a bathroom with a walk-in rain shower, washbasin and seperate toilet. Both rooms have king size beds (baby cribs available). Free Wi-Fi, TV and USB wall sockets for your convenience. Use of towels, bed linen, hairdryer, iron and ironing board and amenities is included. Unrestricted access to both floors. Good to know The house is located on one of the major residential canals in the city centre. It is conveniently located near major tram-lines and only steps away from the Anne Frank House, Dam Square and the Jordaan, which is famous for its variety of shops, restaurants and galleries. The major museums: Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh and Stedelijk are within walking distance. Traveling with children? Visit NEMO (the largest science centre in the Netherlands), ARTIS Royal Zoo, Kinderkookcafé in the Vondelpark, Madame Tussauds or outside Amsterdam De Efteling, Dolfinarium or Madurodam. “A Narrow Strip of Dutch Cool” That is what The New York Times called the Herenstraat and surrounded area. The neighbourhood became increasingly trendy (…) the quaint streets of Herenstraat and Prinsenstraat began to buzz with new energy. Trendy bars and innovative restaurants have opened. And a steady march of independent boutiques is turning the area into one of the city’s coolest retail strips. transportation Direction from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to the property: take a train to Central Station Amsterdam (10 minutes) and from there you can walk to the apartment (10 minutes). Another option is book a ‘Tinker’ taxi in advance via (URL HIDDEN) It’s cheap, quick and reliable. A host will accompany you to your taxi, costs are about 25 euro. From where? By car. You can park cheap at P+R Bos en Lommer for only €1 per day with a maximum stay of 96 hours. If you’re interested, please contact me for address and conditions. The best way to discover the city is by foot or by bike. Bike rental is available nearby. Coffee, tea, fresh linen, towels, bathroom amenities like shower gel and soap and a fridge filled with all basics to start your vacation. Children all ages are welcome. A baby crib and high chair are available upon request. Iron and iron board are available. 100% non-smoking. Pets are not allowed. Safety in the house: smoke detectors, carbon dioxide detectors, fire extinguishers and a first aid kit.
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