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Bright, white and spacious, this fantastic 2-bedroom holiday home is ideal for a group of up to 6 people visiting Amsterdam.
The apartment consists of a long open plan living space spanning the building from front to back. Windows at either end provide lots of natural light and the walls are painted a creamy white. Beautiful wooden flooring throughout simply adds to that feeling of space.
An excellent open plan fitted kitchen enables you to whisk up all your favourite dishes from home with ease whilst a dining table is situated alongside for comfortable mealtimes together.
The main living room area consists of two armchairs and a sofa which also converts into a bed at night time for two of your guests. A flat screen TV is also provided here to keep everyone entertained when you feel exhausted by this energetic city.
A staircase escorts you up to the private bedrooms which are equally serenely decorated encouraging restful sleep during your stay. The master bedroom has a double bed whilst the second room has two singles. You will also find excellent storage furniture for all your belongings. There are two bathrooms in the apartment fitted with a combination of two toilets, one shower and a bath. Please note that they are accessed via the bedrooms.
The apartment is perfectly positioned in the beautiful Jordaan district, as the name would suggest. This is certainly one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the country. This is a relatively new occurrence however as historically it was a hugely overcrowded district. Its fortunes turned around during the 1970s and today it is very easy to see why it has become so popular. You are sure to fall in love with the parallel streets and their stunning architecture and famously competitive flourishing window box displays.
You will find the wonderful Noordemarkt area on your door step which features a fantastic market area where you can pick up delicious food ingredients for your cooking back at the apartment. Monday mornings are particularly popular here as it is the site of a second hand market where you will discover all kinds of unusual items on sale and there are lots of photo opportunities to be had.
The country’s most visited museum is only a short walk away along the Prinsengracht, the Anne Frank House. A visit here comes highly recommended and you won’t be alone since over a million people a year call in to take look round the tiny secret attic rooms where Anne and her family and friends once hid from the Nazis during WW II. Due to the popularity of the museum it is wise to book a visiting time slot in advance via the excellent and informative website.