Spacious, elegant and beautifully designed, the outstanding 4-bedroom apartment provides a truly luxurious holiday experience in the heart of Amsterdam for up to 8 guests.
Housed within a beautiful authentic 19th century canal side building, the apartment boasts lots of period features reminding you of its age. Confident exposed wooden ceiling beams strike a warm tone above your head whilst large windows provide a wonderful view of the canal below. A muted colour scheme creates a sophisticated yet welcoming ambience.
The apartment is spread across four floors of the building. Enter at ground level then climb the stairs to discover the stylish open plan kitchen which is fully fitted with everything you need to prepare your own meals during your stay. Enjoy them served up at the elegant dining table and eight chairs alongside. Head upstairs again to find the stunning living area and relax with your guests on the large creamy sofa and enjoy the flat screen TV provided. You will also find one of the bedrooms located on this floor, a bathroom with shower and bath as well as a toilet next door.
Two more bedrooms can be found on the next floor with one featuring access to a wonderful private balcony. At the very top of the building in the eves you find the final bedroom which is particularly romantic since the walls are sloped with the shape of the roof.
This top floor also features the original huge wooden wheel that was used for hauling produce from the ground up into the building when it was a warehouse in a former life. All the rooms are decorated in soothing creamy colors and feature a combination of double and single beds. You will also find flat screen TVs in each bedroom. The many international channels available are sure to keep everyone entertained.
This delightful holiday home is positioned in the heart of the city close to all the main attractions making it the perfect alternative to hiring dull traditional hotel suites in the city.
Please note that due to the apartment’s steep stairs it may not be suitable for elderly or very young guests.
The apartment is located in the centre of Amsterdam, right at the Canal Belt, a UNESCO World Heritage. Probably the image most associated with the city of Amsterdam is that of elegant gabled mansions richly decorated and beautifully laid out, facing water canals lined with trees. The crescent-shaped rings of man made waterways, Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Prinsengracht, called the Grachtengordel in Dutch, were built around the old heart of town during the 17th century’s Dutch Golden Age.
The The Grand Canal House is direcly on the the only floating flower market in the world so it’s one of the sweetest smelling places of Amsterdam. The flower stalls stand on houseboats and whatever your favourite flower, you are bound to find it here. Also it is just off the Reguliersdwarsstraat, which has excellent restaurants and lively bars nearby which attracts a mixed bunch of both hip straights and gays.
Rembrandtplein is around the corner as well as the famous Art Deco Tuschinski theatre. It is easy to find many means of public transport, specially trams, there are also buses and taxis, but then again, you are in a privilege position to access the endless display of hot spots around town. Art museums, theatre and architecture are all part of the Amsterdam scene and simply walking through the colourful neighbourhoods offers an exceptional cultural experience.