In 2009 we completed a major whole year renovation of our tradtional home. We kept the traditional atmosphere while creating comfortable, safe rooms with new ensuite bathrooms.
We own a traditional split-level building but there is no need to climb a lot of stairs because all our rooms are on the ground level or first floor. Every room has a new, private and en-suite bathroom, good showers, heating and lots of light (and often gardenview). All rooms also have a dining-table for 2 or 4p, private coffee & tea facilities and free access to our WiFi-network (but do bring your own hardware).
We offer a Dutch Breakfast with local breads, cheeses, sausages (cold cuts), jams, orange-juice etc. While serving breakfast I always have plenty of time to answer your questions or, on request, suggest things to do or places to eat. Also on any other hour of the day you are welcome to contact us. Our B&B rooms are on the lower levels of our family-home so also an early or very late arrival or departure is never a problem.
Our family consists of my husband Paul, our 2 young kids and me Charlotte. We run the B&B entirely without outside help so you always know whom to address and we know for sure that everything is as clean and complete as you may expect it to be.
We try to offer a good balance between privacy, attention and help. We do speak several languages (English, French, German, Dutch and a little Spanish & Portuguese) and know our city well. We are looking forward to share that knowledge with you.
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If you are interested in our B&B please do read the reviews available at trip advisor and other bed and breakfast pages.
The Jordaan is a dense patch of small-scale streets and canals peppered with interesting shops, galleries, charming 'hofjes' and inviting brown cafes. Quirky and characterful, with an intimate, easy-going atmosphere of it's own. It was built for workers even before the 'Grachtengordel' (Canal-rings) were completed.