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Since both of us had been to Amsterdam before, we wanted a different hotel experience. Sylvia and Theo's "boat and breakfast" exceeded our expectations. It is a beautifully restored 1929 freighter that was very modern inside as well as clean and comfortable. After an easy...More
Our first houseboat experience was terrific. Good directions. Very clean and modern. Portholes open for fresh air. Watch the freighter traffic, from a distance. Very quiet, nice neighbours. Sylvia and Theo obviously love having a bnb, and making people happy. They are very good company...More
This was one of the most authentic types of accommodations I could of imagined staying in Amsterdam. You won't be disappointed. Pictures are exact. The bedding and towels are luxurious...I was concerned as I have a bad back but this was so comfortable. Room 1....More
We stayed on the boat for 3 nights and it couldn't have been more perfect. The rooms are clean and modern and the beautiful breakfast on the deck every morning was one of the highlights of our trip. Our hosts were lovely and welcoming, and...More
Comfortable mattresses, quiet rooms. Decent size showers. Very clean. Absolutely no mildew smell. Kind and professional owners. Public transport only 7 min walk away. The stairs down to rooms weren't too steep. The senior in our group wennt slowly, but had no trouble.
A visit to Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands presents the opportunity to marvel at its many modern architectural masterpieces like the Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam and the beguiling Python Bridge while taking in its scenic waterfront with its trendy assortment of cafés, restaurants, bars, and clubs. Here in this post-industrial (though in some parts still very much presently industrial) neighborhood, you’ll find a
smart selection of cool galleries and shops as well as the kid-friendly Science Center NEMO and the National Maritime Museum.