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Our impressive 2-bedroom holiday home makes an ideal base for up to 6 guests and boasts a fantastic central location just a short walk away to the west of Central Station.
Located on the ground floor, this purposely built holiday home features contemporary furniture and a cool grey creamy decor with wooden floors. Large windows allow views across the canal alongside and there’s even access to a terrace area outside.
The interior of the apartment has an open plan design and features a sofa, coffee table and flat screen TV, ideal for relaxing together after long days out exploring the city. Meanwhile a stylish dining table and four chairs are ideal for enjoying breakfast or an evening meal together. Dishes are easily prepared in the fully equipped open kitchen alongside.
The apartment features two private bedrooms. One is fitted with a double bed and the other has two singles whilst the décor in each is the same cool and creamy grey palette ensuring a good night’s sleep. Two extra guests can sleep back in the living room upon the sofa which converts into a double bed with ease. A stylish private bathroom is fitted with a bath, twin sink, shower and toilet topping off this fantastic city pad.
This centrally located, holiday apartment makes an excellent base for a large family or group of friends visiting the city.
You will find the apartment just a short stroll from Central Station in a quiet residential district known as Westerdok. Just skipping distance away you will find the pretty Harlemmerstraat with its impressive length of independent shopping outlets and authentic old Amsterdam architecture.
Meanwhile at the end of the street lies the beautiful Westerpark where you can enjoy a restful stroll through woodland and past attractive water features and a small nature reserve. Take your pick from the small number of eateries in the park including a delicious bakery where you can pick up fresh produce and enjoy a light breakfast.
The romantic Canal Belt district is also but a stone’s throw away and certainly well worth exploring. The tall canal houses and pretty houseboats at the water’s edge have become symbolic of Amsterdam to millions of people around the world. The adjacent Jordaan district is also worth exploring with its competitive window boxes and impressive old architecture.
Keen shoppers will be awarded with lots of retail opportunities all over the city including the Kalverstraat, Bijenkorf shopping centre and the eternally popular Waterlooplein Flea Market.
Head straight to the Rembrandtplein or Leidseplein entertainment if you are a fan of live music and a more raucous evening. Otherwise take your pick from any of the hundreds or delightful café bars for a restful glass of wine and a bite to eat.