My boyfriend and I stayed here for 4 nights in late June, and we loved our experience! I booked the room fairly early, and Pieter (one of the owners) was very responsive via email answering all of my questions. From the moment we arrived, we felt welcomed - it's like staying with friends!
The B&B is in an old row-house across from the Strataphati Park. It's on a one-way street, which made it fairly quiet. It was easy to get there on the tram from Amsterdam's main train station. The area is known as "De Pijp" and is full of cute restaurants, cafes and bars and is also home to the famous Albert Cuyp market. We liked that it did not feel like a touristy area, unlike the Center. It has a very local vibe, yet is also an easy 10 minute walk to the tourist-filled Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh museum.
When you walk into the B&B, it immediately feels like home. The ground floor is where the kitchen, dining room and living room are located. The two bedrooms are located in the basement, but the ceiling are quite high and there are windows, so it doesn't actually feel like a basement. The room was spacious with a comfortable bed, a large closet, a TV, a large desk and some chairs. The bathroom also had plenty of room with a bathtub and a separate stand-alone shower. In the morning we could hear some noise from the kitchen and dining room above us, but we were up early to sightsee so it didn't bother us. We also enjoyed the casual breakfast atmosphere - Pieter set the table and made coffee in the mornings, but there was not a required breakfast time like at some B&Bs. We just grabbed whatever we wanted to eat out of the fridge and did breakfast on our own time.
Pieter was also very helpful in giving us recommendations for restaurants, bars, and activities. We rented bikes on our last day from a place nearby that he recommended, and it was great! Definitely one of the benefits of staying at a B&B over a large hotel.
We would definitely stay here again!