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We stayed for a weekend on this lovely houseboat. The room was clean and small but nice. We had a fantastic view. Every morning breakfast is brought right to the door. It was delicious - for us and for the hungry ducks too. Staying on...More
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights and it was a fantastic place. A little bit of a walk to most things but it was nice being in a quiet location. Breakfast is brought right to your door and you can enjoy the...More
We stayed for 3 nights on march 2014. Great view and well located. Small room with everything U need, even free wifi (absolutely needed for our first trip to amsterdam). The only bad point is that it's a little bit noisy by night because of...More
Small but nice, modern and clean room with really everything you need (even free WiFi). We were there in February and room as well as bathroom have a heating - no freezing at all. Good location near Metro station, nice view, lovely ducks swimming around...More
Thanks to Mirjam for this wonderful location. We slept very well.
It was our first overnight on a boat and it was fantastic! A beautiful view on the river Amstel, very central located to the hotspots in Amsterdam and a tasty and huge breakfast in...More
US$145 - US$183 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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