Inn old Amsterdam B&B
From $148 / night
- 1 bathrooms
- Sleeps 4
- Bed and Breakfast
Description from the owner
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. Our house looks out onto the most important gate of the city of Amsterdam (1488), the Sint Anthonispoort, now known as De Waag.
For our guests we have fitted up a comfortable room with a kitchenette on the first floor, and a large studio with private bathroom, toilet and kitchen on the second floor.
We are Daan, Cok and Inigo, and we are looking forward to your visit.
visit our website for more information on the B&B; and the location: innoldamsterdam.nl
Inn old Amsterdam B&B
Amsterdam, North Holland, Holland (Netherlands)
Additional Location Information
Inn Old Amsterdam is located on the Nieuwmarkt, less than 10 minutes walk from the Central Station. This is one of the oldest parts of Amsterdam.
The Nieuwmartk is an area with a perfect mix between locals who do there daily routine and tourist who want a taste of the real Amsterdam.
Just a few steps from the door of our Inn Old Amsterdam towards the east, you find yourself in one of the oldest residential districts of Amsterdam, famous for its new buildings and renovation. The Oude Kerk, built in about 1250, is on the edge of the district. The Flea Market on the Waterlooplein and the Muziektheater of Amsterdam, with a varied programme of opera and ballet, are just a little further on.
A few steps from the door to the west, you'll find Chinatown (on and around the Zeedijk), the red light district, also known as the Wallen, and the small hidden church, ''Ons Lieve Heer op Solder" (Our Lord in the Attic).
A few steps from the door to the north you will find the NEMO Technology Museum, the new music building on the IJ and our pride and joy, the extremely hospitable Public Library of Amsterdam.
A few steps to the south take you to the Dam.
The Dam is one of the oldest spots in Amsterdam. In the thirteenth century, fishermen living along the banks of the Amstel built a bridge across the Amstel River. That bridge gave the Dam its name. The Dam is now surrounded by a shopping area with large streets of shops and classic brand names. But a little further on you'll also find a very fashionable shopping area, established in nine small streets: an absolute hotspot for alternative shoppers. There are second-hand clothes shops, vintage shops, designer boutiques and brand names of trendy clothes. There are a number of theatres in the Nes, a narrow side street off the Dam.
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Last updated on August 01, 2014
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Additional notes from the owner
All prices include breakfast and all tax.
- Towels Provided
- Linens Provided
- Central heating
- Local Guides/Maps
- Soap/Shampoo Provided
- Housekeeping Optional
Phone / Internet
- Internet Access
- Paper Towels Provided
- DVD Player
- Satellite or cable TV
- Pet friendly - ask
- Smoking allowed - no
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - no
- Wheelchair accessible - no
- 40 square meters