Saturday, March 28, 2009
Inn Old Amsterdam Bed and Breakfast
Amsterdam is an exciting, unique city that provides bed and breakfast visitors with historic 17th century architecture, the famous canals, lively nightlife and countless charming bed and breakfasts, all packed into a relatively small area. The city's compact size lends itself to touring on foot, boat or bike to the many tourist sites. While visiting, bed and breakfast travelers should include these Amsterdam "must-see" attractions: the Van Gogh Museum, the 250-room Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House, the Artis Zoo, the Stedelijk Museum, the Royal Palace, the Dam Square, the Begijnhof, or take in local theater, fine and ethnic dining or explore the ecclectic selection of shopping in the Jordaan neighborhood or the Albert Cuyp Market, fleamarket. This exciting city has something for bed and breakfast travelers of many tastes.
Inn Old Amsterdam is located in an historical monument full of character (1645) on the Nieuwmarkt, a vibrant residential quarter with bars, restaurants and outdoor cafes. The house looks out onto the most important gate of the city of Amsterdam (1488), the Sint Anthonispoort, now known as De Waag.
Guests enjoy a comfortable room with a kitchenette on the first floor, and a large studio with private bathroom, toilet and kitchen on the second floor.
Just as in the past, the city gate is a good base from which to visit the historic centre, the many attractions, festivals, festivities and shows in Amsterdam. Nearly all at walking distance.
If you would like to book a stay with this accommodation, contact:
Daan van Delft and Inigo Baten
Tel. 039 (0)20 7717835 or 0039(0)633766492