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The delightful Old Harbour F Apartment can accommodate up to six guests in the historical heart of Amsterdam. This stylish abode would ideally suit a group of business or leisure travellers seeking modern comforts in a central location.
This two bedroom lodging is luxuriously spread over two floors, furnished throughout with fresh white walls and light wooden flooring. Contemporary yet cosy, the living area is bathed in light and provides a welcoming space for unwinding with your fellow guests. A convertible corner sofa combines with ample armchairs to create a comfortable environment for watching a spot of television or enjoying a DVD on the flat screen unit. The sleek wooden dining table offers another area for socialising with your party or planning the day’s activities over a hearty breakfast. The adjoining fully functioning kitchen allows you to create and prepare your favourite dishes from home.
The charming staircase leads you to the bedrooms, neatly nestled into the attic. Both bedrooms are beautifully maintained, with simple decor and soft, clean linen producing an intimately serene setting perfect for a good night’s sleep. All bedrooms feature single beds, with the remaining two guests welcome to use the convertible sofa. Finally, the attractive bathroom completes the apartment and contains a sink, toilet, shower and bathtub.
This Amsterdam accommodation is idyllically situated in an authentic district east of the city centre. The apartment overlooks the Old Harbour, or Oosterdok, which has undergone a dramatic renovation in recent years. This picturesque setting is ideal for an evening stroll and offers a fantastic array of interesting attractions. Here you can find the Nemo Science Museum, an interactive experience for all the family, the refurbished and modernised National Maritime Museum, and the city’s remarkable Openbare Bibliotheek. This mammoth building is in fact the largest library in Europe, generously spread over ten floors. Much more than a house of books, this extensive space is home to a museum, theatre, 600 PCs with free internet access, and a self service restaurant on the top floor, which affords spectacular views across the entire city.
This delightful dwelling is also conveniently located just ten minutes by foot to Amsterdam’s Central Station, enabling direct access to the airport and the rest of the Netherlands. Also close by is the legendary Red Light District, a pulsating network of alleyways and canals, which is unlike anything else in the world. In the heart of the neighbourhood lies the stunning Old Church, an impressive building of cultural significance, which dates back to the beginning of the 14th century. Just a few paces further will take you to Dam Square, the focal point of the city and the home of the Neoclassical Royal Palace.