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Amsterdam Apartment
1 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 4
Apartment / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 4
(9) Excellent 9 Reviews



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Per night:$101 - $127
Per week:$687 - $740
Pets allowed:No

Welcome to houseboat 'Little Bear on the Water' Go for a very special 'Amsterdam' feeling and stay in a real houseboat... This nice and comfortable houseboat lies in the the centre in one of the canals nearby the Amstel River. The boat is tasteful decorated with a modern design....

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The perfect place for us in Amsterdam

“ Excellent ”
October 5, 2013
We loved "living" on Little Bear for two weeks. All amenities were provided including wifi and a king size bed. It was great to feed the ducks from the outside deck every day. And the location could not be better. We walked to all sights in Amsterdam and thoroughly enjoyed the city. The neighborhood was quiet with many nice restaurants within a few minutes walk.It was all so perfect for us,and we will rent Little Bear again when we return to Amsterdam.
Ann Neufeld, Nw York

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Amsterdam Bed & Breakfast
1 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 2
Bed & Breakfast / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 2
(3) Excellent 3 Reviews



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Type:Bed & Breakfast
Per night:$93 - $189
Per week:$651 - $1,323
Pets allowed:No

AWARD WINNING BED & BREAKFAST. Your friendly tropical hide- away Bed &Breakfast in the historic centre of Amsterdam, less than 5 minute walk from Centraal Station within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Literally, all tourist and local attractions are just around the corner. The...

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“ Excellent ”
July 5, 2012
Unfortunately, we had to cancel the vacation in Europe for this time. So, we did not rental any property. Hope to do it in the future . Thank you for your interest and good luck in your endeavour, John and Amelia Winsser
Amelia Winsser, Tierra Verde Florida USA

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About Amsterdam

Amsterdam Travel Tips

If your family enjoys museums, beautiful historic buildings, and outdoor adventures, you’re sure to have an amazing time in Amsterdam! Vacation rentals are a wonderful way to see this city because they put you right in the heart of the action. Tourists who choose Amsterdam rentals leased by owner find them to be more comfortable, spacious, and private than hotels. When staying in a vacation rental, Amsterdam tourists have the advantage of feeling like a local. Because it is such a popular spot for tourists, Amsterdam vacation rentals tend to book up quickly. Be sure to make your reservation online to save time!
Families looking for rental holiday apartments in Amsterdam should know that the best way to get around the city is by public transportation. Buses, trams, ferries, and trains are all accessible. Coaches are also available to rent through many local companies.


History lovers looking for vacation rentals in Amsterdam will be pleased to learn of the area’s many historic neighborhoods. Here are a few must-see regions of the city:
  • The Jordaan, located west of the Canal Belt, is one of the oldest districts in Amsterdam. More than 800 of its buildings are classified as protected monuments. Built in the 17th century for tradesmen, artists, and craftsmen, this neighborhood offers a true glimpse of the city’s history.
  • Apollobuurt, featuring the Beethovenstraat, is a beautiful street and home to many trendy shopping spots. It is worth visiting to take in the gorgeous 1920s and 1930s Dutch architecture.
  • De Pijp is one of Amsterdam’s oldest neighborhoods. It offers great shopping and is home to the Albert Cuyp Street Market and the Heineken Experience, the museum for Amsterdam’s most famous beer.
  • The Plantagebuurt is one of the most affluent areas in Amsterdam. Kids will love visiting the Royal Zoo!


For tourists interested in vacation rentals, Amsterdam offers a little something for everyone. World-renowned museums, tons of opportunities for adventure, and plenty of memorable places for the kids are all waiting for you!
  • The Rijksmuseum is home to works by some of the most famous artists in history, like Rembrandt, van Dyck, Vermeer, and Jan Steen, to name a few. It also holds many antique Dutch objects, prints, photography, and drawings.
  • The Anne Frank House: The actual home in which Anne Frank hid from the Nazis and wrote her famous ...

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