We are ready now with this bright brand new flat to welcome our first quests in March! we renting only 60 days a year so dont miss the opportunity to stay in this unbeatable location
The 56m2 appartment has balcony, perfectly situated in the lovely museumquarter just around the corner from the "Museumplein ".
The high end museum quarter has many restaurants and close to the Vondelpark.
We look for serious,intelligent guests who want to explore the city.No party animals .
You love it here!
The appartment has a sunny balcony. Apart from a spacious livingroom it has a bed room and walking closet. dishwasher, oven/microwave, fridge/freezer In the bathroom the spacious shower- The balcony can be entered from the kitchen and from livingroom
We rent also a room on the ground floor
Zugang für Gäste
You have your private flat,and you live like the locals.
Just keep in mind that for your neigbours at 2th second and 4 th floor
daily working life contious. They are not on a holiday and need their sleep at night.
Interaktion mit Gästen
You have your private entrance
but we live in the same building (very safe!)
and you can contact us any time if you want
Weitere wichtige Infos
The flat is located on the 3 (URL HIDDEN) aware that you have to walk up 3 flights of narrow stairs with your suitcases. Not for the faint hearted.
Washmachine only for long stay guests
We dont charge cleaning fee because we trust you wash your dishes and keep the place clean .
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I love my city and love Living in pretty Amsterdam. I share the house with my husband- 20 year old daughter and Jack Russel doggie Joy. we are very busy running 2 stores: 1 shop with natural cosmetics & spa: APIVITA and we do also projects in interior building.
We are a fan of the Airbnb Way of travelling -not only as hosts but also as quests!
Currently we have 2 options to host you.
1 private room in our house and same building 3th floor a new independend appartment
My motto:Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass… It’s about learning to dance in the rain.