|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||2|
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|Stairs in apartment:||Yes|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Comfortable one-bedroom Bed & Breakfast, for up to four guests, located next to the Sarphatipark in Amsterdam’s wonderful Pijp district.
The residence occupies a bustling local neighborhood adored by visitors and residents alike, which combines easy access to the city with an authentic, laid back vibe. Spread across 52 square meters and beautifully presented throughout, the private rooms make a luxurious base for a family or two couples. The room is spacious and stylish, each equipped with attractive fixtures, storage space and contains two single sofa beds which can be easily joined together . The master bedroom contains a double bed and a television. A dinner table, a kitchenette and a roof terrace. The kitchenette includes a fridge, freezer, coffee machine and microwave. The roof terrace provides a welcome spot for relaxing in the sunshine and indulging in al fresco dinners during the warm summer months. The bathroom houses a washbasin, toilet, bathtub and shower.
You will have a private bedroom, kitchenette, and a bathroom, but the entrance to the house and the hallway are shared. Your private bedrooms are located on the 4th floor.
The rented space covers the entire floor with access to the roof terrace. Certain to leave a lasting impression, the accommodation ensures an unforgettable stay in the Dutch capital.
Developed in the 19th century, the vibrant Pijp district remains a popular choice for experiencing both tourist hotspots and authentic local life. Renowned for its friendly atmosphere, diverse eateries, lively bars and quirky boutiques, this rewarding neighbourhood represents Amsterdam at its best. Indeed, an array of great dining options are available within easy reach of your doorstep, which range from the unique Omelegg, a must for a tasty breakfast, to Le Restaurant, which comes highly recommended for a memorable culinary encounter. The famous Albert Cuyp Market offers a cost effective alternative to eating out, supplying fresh produce at affordable prices.
The sophisticated Sarphatipark resides opposite your doorstep, a small yet endearing park ideal for escaping the crowds and enjoying a stroll or picnic. Amsterdam’s superb Museum Quarter, home to such prestigious venues as the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, can be reached on foot in just fifteen minutes and the city’s iconic focal point of Dam Square is a brief fifteen minute tram journey away.