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Live amongst the locals in this Jordaan set holiday apartment in Amsterdam near Brouwersgracht canal, Anne Frank House and Westerpark.
Staying in this Amsterdam rental enables you to live in a contemporary apartment which has homely features and plenty of space and comfort for one or two people. Its modern colour scheme of whites, greys and blacks invites you into the friendly atmosphere while its various functions allow you to have a practical stay. Have a good night’s rest on the double bed which is in front of the grey wall paper and two wall lamps. For unwinding set yourself down or put your feet up on the black two-seater sofa in front of which is a round light wooden coffee table. The three large windows that overlook the cobbled street outside can be covered with the ceiling-to-floor length curtains. The most contemporary feature inside of this second floor set holiday apartment is the black bathroom which has large black wall and floor tiles, a shower unit, great spotlighting, and a white toilet and sink. Catering to your dining needs this Amsterdam rental also has a small kitchen which is well separated from the sleeping area.
Find this attractive holiday rental in central Amsterdam inside of its popular Jordaan district. Even though this area is central you will be living amongst the locals and also enjoying relaxed and quieter days than in other more touristy parts of the city. However, these mega touristy areas are only a short way away that you could even walk to some top attractions. Amsterdam is well-known for its many canals that shape the history of this city and one of the most picturesque, Brouwersgracht is just down the road from the apartment. Along this canal is a square called Herenmarkt and next to it is the West India House which was built in early 17th century to serve as the head office of the Dutch West India Company. The famous Anne Frank House is less than ten minutes away on Prinsengracht canal; this is the house that Anne and her family hid in during WW2. About ten minutes away north of the apartment is a popular park called Westerpark that holds many events throughout the year.