Canal District House Boat Rental Photos and Description
Offers all modern conveniences in relaxed residential area in centre
On The Prinsenboat we take pride in offering you a house boat residence that is warm, inviting, and comfortable. From the first day of your arrival to the last day you stay with us, we will do our utmost to make sure that your experience is all that you wanted. If you’re celebrating an event, a birthday, anniversary or a reunion let us help you make it a unique experience.
The Prinsenboat in Amsterdam centre offers all modern conveniences and a water level view of the beautiful 17th century Prinsengracht. All major sites of the city within 10 minutes walking.
We can accommodate up to four people, with a living room with sleeping sofa, kitchen with dinning table, bathroom, bedroom and of course all of the conveniences that you would expect: central heating, full galley, cable and stereo, unlimited free internet access with your laptop
Children enjoy the Prinsenboat as much or even more as adults. They love the small boats passing by and are thrilled by the life on the water. Welcome!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Low Allergen Environment
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just a note to say thank you very much for being so welcoming and to say how much we enjoyed our stay on the houseboat. I'm afraid I didn't get round to writing anything in the book, but feel free to copy and paste any of this email into your visitor book.
The kids (as other children before them) really enjoyed feeding the ducks, coots and swans. For other families visiting, we went to both Artis (the zoo) and Nemo and both went down really well with our 7 and 9 year old kids. I was glad we had booked tickets online for the Anne Frank House as that avoided a queue and it was great to visit the Van Gogh museum on a Friday as it is open till 22.00 and meant we could be there pretty much as long as we wanted.
Although we ate out - the kids enjoyed the Italian place nearby - we couldn't persuade them to Thai food, so we fed them something they wanted at the Van gogh museum and later on John and I got a takeaway from the Thai place just up the road which meant we could eat spicey food without having the kids complaining.