Singel I apartment Amsterdam
Spacious and authentic one bedroom apartment, for up to four people, in the Nine Streets area in Amsterdam.Singel I apartment Amsterdam
Spacious and authentic one bedroom apartment, for up to four people, in the Nine Streets area in Amsterdam.
This beautiful apartment, with its original wooden beams, is situated in a monumental and authentic canalhouse which dates from 1702 and is the ideal place for a couple or a family. The living area has two comfortable sofas, a couple of single chairs and a flat screen TV for your entertainment. The dining area contains a traditional dining table and chairs that match the ambience of the apartment. There are also two single beds, which are smartly tucked away in cupboards. The authentic kitchen has everything to make a perfect dish, including an oven, hob, a microwave, a grill, a fridge, a freezer, a dishwasher, a toaster and a coffee machine. The spacious ensuite bedroom comes with a double bed, bedside tables and access to the patio. The bathroom comes with a washbasin, shower and bath. A real bonus is access to a small private patio where you can drink a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine. You will be welcomed with a map of the city and an informative booklet with walking tour itineraries and all kinds of suggestions about places of interest and what to buy and where to eat. A babycot is available upon request. This unique apartment, with its central location, between the flowermarket and the famous ‘nine little streets’, is the perfect base from which to explore the city.
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Singel I apartment Amsterdam Location
This apartment is located on the Singel Canal, one of the main canals in the World Heritage listed Central Canal Belt. The canal belt is well known for its stunning 17th century canal houses built by wealthy merchants during the Dutch Golden Age. Today many of these canal houses remain almost exactly as they were during this period, while others have been converted into Museums, bars, restaurants, cafes, shops and offices. Museum Van Loon provides an amazing insight into how the wealthy merchants lived during this period, as the building and interior have been extremely well preserved. The apartment is just a short walk from Dam Square, the centre of old Amsterdam and home to the stunning Royal Palace, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, the New Church and De Bijenkorf Department Store. If you are looking for boutique shopping and charming cafes, make sure you head to the Nine Streets and spend some time wandering around. The location of the apartment really is second to none, with many of the sights Amsterdam has to offer just a short walk away. For those places further afield, the apartment is also well serviced by public transport.
City area: Jordaan Area