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The B&B is on the newly created islands in the outskirts of Amsterdam. It is extremely easy to get there with trams that goes very often. The area is calm and near green areas and water.
The pair that runs it are very nice and...More
Rooms in this B&B are special: innovative modern geometry combined with far eastern furniture and accessories. Expect a very personal touch reflecting the owners' travels and artistic ideas.
Breakfast is an experience not to be missed and will really set you up for a day...More
One would be genuinely hard-pressed to find a hipper or more wonderful B&B in Mokum!!! [I should say, a mere 10 minutes from Centraal Station via the 26 tram] Fred & Kitty are superb well-traveled hosts — they have their delicious breakfasts & hospitality down...More
proprietors are friendly lovely people, the breakfasts are beautifully prepared from organic foods, in their lovely kitchen dining room, looking out onto a lovely garden.
Comfortable roomy rooms with good showers and beds...lovely wood staircases.. yes some spiraled. would stay again anytime..a quiet neighborhood a...More
My Daughter (12) and I were for 2 weeks there and can only say we felt really like home. The room was great ,spaceful and also great view from the beautiful garden they have. The service was great, they have great ideas and information from...More
$165 - $208 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I suggest that you contact the B&B owners, Fred and Kitty directly. They are very nice people and accommodating. I do know that there are rooms with traditional closed bathrooms so that shouldn't be a problem.