Entire home/apt
4 Guests
2 Bedrooms
2 Beds
$178
Per Night
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About this listing

Kid friendly on a central location near Rijksmuseum, Sarphatipark and playgrounds. Many restaurants, bars, supermarkets and organic shops are nearby.
The apartment is located in a quiet part of 'De Pijp' area, also called the Dutch 'Quartier Latin'.

Living room with French doors to the garden

Living room with French doors to the garden


The Space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1.5
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 2
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $23 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $57
Security Deposit: $230
Weekly discount: 0%
Cancellation: Strict

Description

The Space

A nice ground floor apartment for rent in the old south part of Amsterdam.

The fully furnished apartment is situated in a 19th century monumental building in a quiet street in ‘de Pijp' area, the so-called Quartier Latin area of Amsterdam with all its nice bars and restaurants and famous Albert Cuijp and Sarphatipark.

The apartment consists of an open plan kitchen (with dishwasher, oven and all utensils that you may need), a living/dining room with French doors to a 50m2 garden facing the south.
There are 2 bed rooms. 1 With a double bed and 1 with bunk beds (0.80m x 2m) which is created for kids only.

Furthermore there is a bathroom with a bath and shower and a separate toilet.

In the apartment is central heating, washing machine, dryer and wireless high speed internet.

We do like to note that our apartment is not suitable for 4 adults.

Guest Access

Guests will have full -unshared- access to the entire apartment and garden. We will not be living there during your stay.

Interaction with Guests

We always like to meet our guests in person. We strive to make your stay here as smooth as possible, and are always available for any question or advice.

The Neighborhood

Just a short tram ride south of Centraal Station takes you into one of the most cosmopolitan and vibrant districts of Amsterdam.

Welcome to de Pijp.
For the eternally inquisitive, many will try to second-guess what de Pijp (the Pipe) stands for but the truth is, no one really knows. Perhaps it owes its name to the long narrow streets that resemble pipes or to the infamous gas company, the ‘Pipe', which used to supply energy to the area. Whoever or whatever is responsible for the name should be proud of the association.

Formerly a working class quarter built to ease the overpopulated Jordaan in the 19th century and to house labourers, de Pijp as we Amsterdammers know it today is without doubt a melting pot of cultures and nationalities. Thanks to previous settlers such as Heijermans, De Haan, Bordewijk, Mondriaan and scores of students in search of a room to rent, de Pijp continues to breathe life as the lively bohemian district known as the Quartier Latin in Paris.

Young, old, students, artists, and families have all chosen to make de Pijp their home, and removed from the hustle and bustle of central Amsterdam, this homely alternative is appealing.

Like the neighbouring district Jordaan , de Pijp is brimming with fantastic cafés, restaurants, coffee shops and bars. If you wander down Albert Cuyp market, you'll find many exotic and authentic Syrian, Moroccan, Surinam restaurants, to name but a few, and a typical Amsterdam pub is located on almost every corner. Also in abundance are the various butchers, Surinamese, Spanish, Indian and Turkish delicatessens and grocery stores.

Getting Around

There are multiple tram lines within 5 minutes walking distance that take about 5 minutes to get to the RAI Trainstation or 10 minutes to the city center and 15 minutes to the Central Trainstation.

From the RAI Trainstation it takes less then 15 minutes to get to Schiphol airport.

Amsterdam is quite expensive for street parking, a 24hr ticket to park in front of the house is about 27 Euro's.
A cheaper alternative is to park at the 'P+R Ajax Arena Parking' garage for €8,- for the first day, each following day is €1,- and includes free public transport ticket back into town.
If you wish to use this alternative, please let us know. It is only available if there are no soccer matches. So we can check this for you.

Other Things to Note

In the garden we have 2 rabbits in a rabbit-hutch, please leave them in the hutch since they are quite old.

In the kids bedroom there is also a small fish tank.

The kids can play freely with the toys that are around.

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House Rules

The apartment is located in a suburban area, so please think of the neighbours. We have a garden, you are free to use it, but after 10PM please speak quietly.
We are allergic, so we have to say no pets inside the house.
You are welcome to have a smoke in our garden, but please not inside.

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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

Availability
2 nights minimum stay
Mirror in the living room

Mirror in the living room

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