This cosy boat is ideal for a couple looking for a special romantic getaway in Amsterdam.
But is also possible to change the comfortable couch into another double bed, perhaps for your children or for friends traveling who prefer to sleep separate.
Entering this boat you find yourself in the kitchen area overlooking the historic canals of Amsterdam.Cooking the perfect pasta or drink the best coffee can be done in this fully equipped kitchen watching the ducks swim by.
In the middle of the boat you find a dining table, comfortable couch, music stereo and Kingsize bed. Behind the bed is a large bath tub with shower build in the floor and a separate toilet. This boat comes with Flatscreen TV with DVD player, HBO movie channels, dish washmachine, fresh towels and bed linen.
It all makes you never want to go home again. The Brouwersgracht has been chosen more then once to be the most beautiful canal in Amsterdam.
2 minutes away you will find: the Haarlemmerstraat – and its extension, the Haarlemmerdijk - is a gem! Offering independent boutiques and speciality stores, little salons, trendy but affordable restaurants and bars and the oldest cinema in Amsterdam, this area will certainly appeal to the most jaded of world-travellers.
You are guaranteed to find a special little something from Amsterdam in this alternative shopping district. And with a constant passing parade along the Haarlemmerstraat, you can spend a very entertaining time just watching the world go by.
The houseboat is located in the very heart of the historical Jordaan Originally a working-class neighbourhood, the Jordaan has become one of the most expensive, upscale locations in the Netherlands. It is home to many art galleries, particularly for modern art, and is also dotted with speciality shops and restaurants. Markets are held regularly at Noordermarkt, the Westerstraat (the Lapjesmarkt textile market) and Lindengracht. Rembrandt spent the last years of his life in the Jordaan, on the Rozengracht canal. He was buried in the Westerkerk church, at the corner of Rozengracht and Prinsengracht, just beyond the Jordaan.
The Anne Frank House, where Anne Frank went into hiding during World War II, is located on the edge of the Jordaan, on the Prinsengracht canal.