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Fashionable two bedroom houseboat, sleeping up to four people, located close to the Leidseplein in Amsterdam’s authentic Old West.
Occupying a typically picturesque canal, the accommodation makes a fantastic choice for a family or two couples seeking a unique experience of life on the water. The houseboat features wooden floors, fresh décor and stylish fixtures, and comes equipped with everything you need for a satisfying home away from home adventure. The living area is furnished with contemporary wall hangings, a sofa, a flatscreen TV and a dining table. A kitchen is at your disposal for preparing your favourite meals, which supplies an oven, grill, hob, fridge, kettle, coffee machine and a dishwasher. The two bedrooms are comfortable and cosy, with both double beds and single sofa bed ensuring a peaceful night’s sleep. The bathroom houses a toilet, washbasin and a shower. The lodging also includes a washing machine, dryer, iron and a high speed Wi-Fi connection. An additional baby seat and baby cot make the apartment child friendly. Combining a rewarding location with an inviting interior, the houseboat guarantees an unforgettable Amsterdam break.
Please note: Feeding the ducks near the houseboat is not allowed
The accommodation can be found on the edge of the capital’s historical core, inhabiting the authentic Old West district. Friendly, vibrant and multicultural, the neighbourhood provides a superb base from which to explore the city. Plenty of great local cafes and restaurants populate the vicinity, with nearby highlights including the adored Jacketz Oud West, the mouth-watering Indonesian hotspot of Blue Pepper and the trendy coffee haven of Lot Sixty One. Food lovers should also check out the diverse stalls at De Hallen, a converted tram depot boasting a collection of unique boutiques and an independent cinema in addition to its welcoming culinary hub.
Amsterdam’s lively nightlife centre of the Leidseplein is accessible on foot in just 10 minutes, which supplies a variety of establishments to entertain until the early hours. The capital’s iconic Dam Square and bustling Central Station can be reached by public transport in less than 20 minutes.