Tranquil hideaway located in a 17th century brewery, Amsterdam Center

Tranquil hideaway located in a 17th century brewery, Amsterdam Center




Feb 2012

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

The atmosphere of the apartment (which is our second residence) is authentic and warm with its French oak floor, impressive wooden beamed ceiling and arched windows.
The French windows in the living room provide panoramic, tranquilizing views over the canal.

The apartment is located in a 17th century beer brewery, just around the corner of the Scheepvaart Museum (Maritime Museum) and the Ooster Church, both built by the Dutch architect Daniel Stalpaert. The rear side of our building is built in the water.

It has one bedroom with a kingsize double bed, an en-suite open bathroom with a rain shower and a washbasin and a
comfortable living room with an open kitchen. There is a separate toilet.

The apartment has central heating and is located on the 3rd floor in a building with an elevator

The apartment is situated in the historical center of Amsterdam, in the opposite of the beautifull historical dock 't Kromhout and around the corner of the Scheepvaart Museum (Maritime Museum).
It is surrounded by old warehouses converted into residential buildings, and houseboats.
It is on about 10 minutes walking distance of the Central Station.]

Close to the apartment you'll find:
- The Entrepotdok with old warehouses built in 1830, nowadays residential buildings
- The Kadijksplein with several good restaurants, i.e. A Tavola and Kadijk
- The Rapenburgerplein with views on the beautifull steel drawbridge over the Scharrebier lock. The typical 'brown café' Scharrebier
- Beer brewery Het Ij with a very lively terrace
- Waterlooplein flea market


More about us

  1. We are a couple living in London / Barcelona (the apartment we offer for exchange is not where we normally live)

  2. Mike works in public health and Anne in interior design / hospitality

  3. We would love to do an exchange with San Francisco, Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm, nice island or beach destinations and we are open to any other proposal

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