Located at the characteristic Zoutkeetsgracht, this fabulous renovated apartment offers you a comfortable residency during your time in Amsterdam.
The living room, dining room, and kitchen merge into a single open-plan space, painted in warm tones and filled with light. Gracefully furnished, the living room area is fitted out with a sofa, a coffee table and, for your entertainment, a flat screen TV and Wi-Fi service. The elegant dining table is next to the fully equipped kitchen, where you’ll find everything you might need to prepare your meals: fridge, stove, microwave/oven, kettle and plenty of cabinets filled with crockery and utensils.
The soutterain below the apartment offers a master bedroom with a pleasant double bed that allows you to fully come to rest. The second bedroom is furnished with two comfortable single beds.
By expanding the sofa bed in the living room, this apartment can sleep up to 4 adults + 2 children.
The living room contains three large windows, resulting in a great amount of natural sunlight.
The fresh and tidy bathroom comes with a single shower, sink, mirror, and hairdryer. A seperate toilet is located next to the bathroom.
Situated next to one of Amsterdam’s typical canals, this YAYS Zoutkeetsgracht apartment offers you the charming Amsterdam experience.
This canal view apartment allows you to enjoy the peaceful surroundings that Zoutkeetsgracht has to offer.
The nearest public transportation is only 4 minutes away by foot and offers you multiple connections with the rest of Amsterdam. Take a direct tram to the Museum Square, or hop on the bus to central station, from where you can reach the best spots in the city.
Located on the Western Islands, a trio of islands in the centre of Amsterdam, the Zoutkeetsgracht offers you a peaceful place to escape the energy of downtown Amsterdam.
Zoutkeetsgracht owes its name to the salt works that were set on both sides of the canal during the 17th and 18th century. In these hangars, coarse salt was processed and prepared for domestic use. Part of the surrounding exterior are the typical drawbridges that form the connection to and between the Western Islands.
After the Second World War, the neighbourhood was rediscovered by various artists and has since then transformed into an appealing living- and working neighbourhood. The shipyards give the place a unique maritime atmosphere.
Go for a walk alongside the impressive warehouses and be led towards a variety of trendy restaurants and unique shops that are part of the Western Islands.