Romantic wooden houds on lovely historical dyke

Romantic wooden houds on lovely historical dyke




Nov 2017

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Built in 1748, the house is full of details and charme. ( but with modern facilities like bathroom with shower&french bath, massage chair, apple PC, kitchen etc.) The neigbourhood is peaceful and one of the best and pretiest in Amsterdam. It takes 10 minutes by bus to/from centre town and 20 minutes by bike&boat. Behind the house is a place full of shops and restaurants within 5 minutes walk you’ll find an old café (food, drinks and the famous Dutch „bitterballen’) at the waterfront with a great terras in summer. In the garden you can eat outdoors, sit in the sun( summer) and park your bikes. Parking in front of the house is free and easy. We can swab simultane or share the house, because we have a separate living area on the streetlevel. ( the guestsplace is on down-the-dike-garden level)


More about us

  1. We are Toon&Anneke, used to run a catering business for 25 years, now enjoying more time off, making trips with our camper, citytrips, enjoying opera, ballet, theater, musea, festivals and concerts in and around town.

  2. We love spending the winter in DENIA SPAIN, and are especially looking for swaps around there. It does not have to be simultane. The house is split in 2 levels and you will have a private gardenlevel appartment, in case we will be there. ( used to rentout with Airbnb)

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Where is it?


The up-and-coming north of Amsterdam is one of the favorite spots to go and explore. There’s so much going on, and the neighborhood is becoming increasingly popular with locals and tourists alike. Near to our house you will find good restaurants like "the Goudfazant" or "Stork", a bit further cultural hotspots like "The Ceuvel" and "Pllek". Watch a movie in EYE and have a drink on their terras overlooking the water and town.
When you have enough time, DO visit ( By bus, car or bike) typical Dutch villages in Waterland like Durgerdam, Ransdorp, Broek in Waterland, Monnickendam, Marken ( traditional costumes still worn) etc

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