On the ground floor of the Grachten house, built in 1892, the friendly Dutch host family has converted 2 beautiful rooms, each with 30 m², to cosy guest rooms. Through its original preserved sliding doors the two rooms can be connected to one big room - ideal for families or small groups. The sophisticated and lovingly renovated rooms, furnished in Dutch style, are equipped with comfortable beds and chairs, and with a microwave, fridge, kettle, coffee machine. Private modern guest's bathroom with shower. Various books and magazines about Amsterdam and internet access are provided. When you open the curtains in the morning, you see – even thought you are in the middle of the city – only green and water.
Rich, Dutch breakfast included!: The host will provide you with a delicious Dutch breakfast in your room: with home made bread and a large selection of sweet or hearty toppings, with fresh coffee, tea, fruit juices, yoghurt and cereal with fresh fruits.
You can choose between:
- Self-service breakfast:
In this case the host will put the breakfast ingredients in your fridge, and the fresh baked good will be hung at the door knob of you room
- breakfast at the breakfast table
In this case the breakfast will be served to you at the dining table in your room.
Arrival by airplane/train, car, Parking: From the airport Schiphol with the NS regional train to the 'Centraal Station'. From there with the Tram 9 till 'Alexanderplein'. From 'Alexanderplein' 2 minutes walk to the B&B Grachtenhaus 'An der Plantage Muidergracht'.
If you have bicycles, you can leave them in the courtyard (theft proof).
Unfortunately, there is only chargeable parking in Amsterdam.
The low prices park+ride parking lot Zeeburg, 8 EUR per 24 h, including a tram ticket for the return to the centre (subject to change).
Do you have questions? We are happy to help you!: We are a friendly agency with 2 persons in Berlin, we have been working for over 20 years with personally selected and well maintained accommodations in the large Metropolises of Europe.
We recommend the B&B Grachtenhaus 'An der Plantage Muidergracht' especially because of its quiet and still central location close to the historic old town, its view to the Grachten and the moderate prices. The accommodation is especially suitable for families or small groups travelling together, that want a good breakfast, but don't want to cook.
The friendly host family from Amsterdam speaks very well English and well German and is available for all of your questions!
Welcome to the B&B Grachtenhaus 'An der Plantage Muidergracht' in one of the greenest district in the city centre of Amsterdam. At the edge of the old town and only 15 minutes walk or 4 stations with the tram from the historic Grachtengordel, the relaxing atmosphere of the city's district 'Plantage' is shaped by historic gardens and parks. This district of Amsterdam, planed since 1663, wasn't densely populated till about 1860. From this time dates the B&B Grachtenhaus 'An der Plantage Muidergracht'. It is situated next to the Gracht of the same name. In the immediate surroundings you can find the oldest Zoo of Europe 'Artis' and the botanic garden from the 17th century, Hortus Botanicus. The Scheepvaart Museum (maritime museum), which is well worth seeing, can be reached in 15 minutes walk, likewise the Trumpet Museum or the romantic Oosterpark. A wide selection of restaurants, pizzerias, cosy cafés to sit inside and outside, tapas bars and a small brewery with adjoining pub are located in the immediate surroundings. And whose famous footsteps can be found here? Albert Einstein's! He was often visiting his fellow scientist and Nobel Price winner Pieter Zeeman, whose workplace was located in the Plantage Muidergracht. But Zeemann was a busy man, so Einstein often had to wait for him. So Albert Einstein liked to walk along the Gracht and regularly came by the B&B Grachtenhaus 'An der Plantage Muidergracht'!
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Mar 1 2014 - Dec 31 2014
2 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.