A romantic apartment where you can relax after the long walks along the streets and the visits to the beauties of Amsterdam - we are at less than 1.5 km from the center.
Begin your morning with a delicious breakfast, with main ingredients homemade cakes - "panna cotta", "tiramisú", or a sponge cake, (organic) cookies, juice, coffee and thee, toasted slices of bread with cheese, salami or jam, fruit, "pannekoeken" with jam or cheese, and various types of yoghurt. But these are just some samples. Our breakfast is amazing.
Enjoying your breakfast in the dining room overlooking the Rembrandtpark.
Fresh flowers, chocolates and fresh fruit will always be present in your bright and silent room.
Breakfast + the following services are included in the price:
- Fresh flowers
- Fresh fruit
- Different pillows
- *2 BIKES FREE/GRATIS for stays of 3 nights or more, deposit of 150 € per bike (6 € per day per bike for stays of one or two nights)
- towels and sheets
- soap and shampoo
- free parking further Rembrandt Park
Not included in the price:
- Peter’s Boat: 38 € in total for 2 people for 90 min + free tea on the
English and obviously Dutch speaking
Availability of the captain has to be agreed before arranging the trip, so please let us have in advance a range of days that would suit you.
After going all around the world discovering place...island...food and treasures a big storm forced his boat to dock in Amsterdam. During that storm Peter lost his compass but not his desire to discover new place...small island ...rivers and canals. Every day with his fabulous boat Peter goes everywhere in Amsterdam to find his way to return back to his land. You can set out with him to discover the beauty of Amsterdam overlooking the street and the life of this city from another point of view. Peter is a good story teller and you will forget for 90 minutes who you are....floating in the river like a child in the crib
A rare opportunity to visit Amsterdam quietly from the water, and to discover the most (and least) popular fluvial ways of this city.The captain will show you around, and will satisfy your curiosity about the city, Holland in general and the everyday life of the Dutch people.
Comments on the area:
"De Baarsjes is very much on the rise as an up-and-coming neighborhood with a population that is both young and multicultural. Situated remarkably close to the city centre and with plenty of green, the area is attractive for families, artists and young professionals alike."
"De Baarsjes is remarkably close to the city centre. It’s not only minutes away from Vondelpark, but it also has its own green and rambling Rembrandtpark."
"Off the commercial shopping boulevard Jan Evertsenstraat there’s an open air market on Vespuccistraat. An active policy of creating ‘cultural breeding grounds’ has seen the rise of such multifunctional arts centres such as Het Sieraard and Meneer de Wit, as well as the gallery street, Witte de Withstraat, all of whom work closely with the community on arts and culture projects."
How many public transport? tram n. 13, 7, 17. Bus 15, 18, 247, 353. But take in consideration the bike (more fast; more cheap; more freedom).
How many minutes to arrive where I desire? At maximum 19 minutes or less.
- Leidseplein, Leidsestraat, Max Euweplein: 11 min with tram n. 7 from Mercatorplein.
- Weteringcircuit (close to the Pijp and Heineken Experience): 13 min with tram n. 7 from Mercatorplein.
- Spiegelstraat (close to Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum: 12 min with tram n. 7 from Mercatorplein. By bike you are there in 15 minutes (3.25 km) if you go by bike every year you save 8 trees
- Central Station: 19 min. with tram n. 13 from Mercatorplein. By bike you are there in 19 minutes (4,1 km).
- Dam Square: 15 min with tram n. 13 from Mercatorplein. By bike you are there in 16 minutes (3.4 km) .
- Anna Frank House (stop Westermarkt): 13 min with tram n. 13 from Mercatorplein. By bike you are there in 13 minutes (3 km).
- Westermarkt (Monday morning: 9.00 am - 1.00 pm. A market on the street. Often goods from shop closures, slightly defected products from the factories and shoes in strange sizes are sold here. Some of them willbear the biggest fashion names and these are authentic products). During the market a café near the church on the corner of Westerstraat and Noordermarkt (Café Winkel, Noordermarkt 43, opens on Monday at 7.00 a.m.) sells very good coffee and apple pie.: 13 min with tram n. 13 from Mercatorplein.
- De Joordan (stop: Rozengracht): 11 min. with tram n. 13 from Mercatorplein.
- Spuistraat (stop: De Dam). The shopping center: 15 min with tram n. 13 from Mercatorplein.
Market very close to our house:
there is a market open form monday till saturday where you can buy fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers or simply good bread. It is Ten Kate Markt. 5 Minutes with tram 17 (stop: Tenkatestraat) from Hoofdweg.