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Stunningly spacious one bedroom apartment, located in the Jordaan district in Amsterdam, that can accommodate four guests.
This beautifully designed apartment effortlessly blends the contemporary with the traditional to create a truly memorable space. The apartment takes its name from the 17th century Northern Church, which can be seen from the apartment. The large living space features traditional vaulted ceilings, wooden floors and large windows providing light and amazing views. The space is furnished with two sofas, chairs and a flat screen television. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you could possibly need for your stay and comes equipped with a dining table and chairs. On the top floor you will find an open space, featuring traditional slanted ceilings with exposed beams, a double bed and another double bed in an alcove. Please note that there are no doors, therefore privacy is limited. The bathroom contains a bath, shower, washbasin and toilet. The apartment also has a stunning roof terrace with a table and seating for all the guests and provides great views over the city. Located in the Jordaan, this apartment is ideal for both business and leisure travelers after uniquely Amsterdam accommodation in the heart of the city.
This apartment is located in the charming Jordaan district in a quiet street just a short distance from the Noorderkerk, a stunning 17th century church. The Jordaan is a mixture of beautiful houses, charming cafes, boutique clothing stores, cool bars and innovative restaurants. It has a unique atmosphere and hours can be spent simply walking the streets and taking it all in. Within walking distance of the apartment you’ll find The Anne Frank House, Western Church, Dam square with the must see Royal Palace and the Nine Streets shopping district rich with cafes and boutiques. Papeneiland, just a few minutes from the apartment on foot, is one of the city’s best examples of a traditional Brown Café and home to arguably the best Dutch Apple Cake in the city, but be warned, it can only seat about 20 people, so get in early. The World Heritage protected Central Canal Belt is just a short distance from the apartment and here you can see amazing canal houses perfectly preserved from the Dutch Golden Age. If you want to see how wealthy merchants lived during the 17th century make sure you visit the Museum Van Loon. The apartment is in a great location with cafes, bars, restaurants, a supermarket, other stores and tram stops all close by.
The apartment in the Jordaan was just perfect for us. The owner was extremely helpful and couldn't do enough for us - she'd made a book with all the local information - where to eat, shop etc - that was in the apartment when we arrived. The apartment was extremely comfortable and a lovely place to return to after a busy day's sight-seeing!Jane - Date: 11:10 10-02-2014 Source: AmsterdamApartments.com
Fantastic apartment, we loved it - had everything we needed. Really good location, nice bars and restaurants nearby. Esther the manager/owner is lovely, really helpful and accommodating. Would highly recommend.Sara - Date: 10:21 20-05-2013 Source: AmsterdamApartments.com
lovely old house, good location with great bars and eating places near by.leslie - Date: 17:32 24-10-2012 Source: AmsterdamApartments.com
The location of the apartment is great. However it is a bit noisy at night because there are 3 Pubs right next to the apartment. A big supermarket is about 400m away.Margit - Date: 15:08 17-05-2012 Source: AmsterdamApartments.com
The apartment and owner were lovely. We were delighted with the location and the local bars and restaurants. We would definitely use the website again for other trips.Sally - Date: 17:50 02-05-2012 Source: AmsterdamApartments.com
Short Stay Apartments provide the perfect accommodation solution when travelling with children. It was wonderful to have the space of an apartment instead of being crammed into a hotel room.Jane - Date: 15:15 24-04-2012 Source: ShortstayApartmentsAmsterdam.com